Know what you're drinking and what to pair it with - Roger Killen
Knox Whiskey Works in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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Jan 25th, 2016
* Not far behind the craft beer craze in America, and perhaps riding the coat tails of that rise in popularity, is...
Albert Bichot: Such is life!
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Nov 19th, 2015
* Over the years, the words “value” and “burgundy wine” haven’t exactly been associated together, heck this might be the first time...
All day...any day.
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Sep 30th, 2015
*The next time that providence presents the opportunity to visit California wine country, I’m making the conscious decision that it’s time to...
- Acentor Garnacha
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Aug 10th, 2015
* Right now is the time to be buying and drinking European wines, especially those from the main wine producing regions of...
Caprese Salad and Santi Soave
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Jun 29th, 2015
This weekend our new garden yielded its first tomatoes: a fruity and bright lemon boy along with a big, juicy beefsteak. Layered...
Old Grand Dad
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Jun 13th, 2015
* One of the leading indices for spirit statistics, the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States or DISCUS released an eye-catching...
- Spring into some Sauvignon Blancs with Attitude!
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Apr 29th, 2015
*Springtime weekends are some of the best we encounter all year in East Tennessee. The dogwoods are popping, the temperatures are in...
The first rosé wines of spring are here
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Mar 23rd, 2015
The first of the 2014 rosé wines have already hit the East Tennessee market and leading that annual Springtime charge is the...
Irish I had another Whiskey
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Feb 23rd, 2015
Your chance to be “Irish for a day” is just around the corner. Saint Patrick’s Day, the holiday revering the lifework of...
Sheep Dip Islay and The Feathery: A Tale of two Scotches
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Feb 16th, 2015
Two new scotch whiskies have come to market, each with their own distinct style, historical connection and remarkable tale. The First Tale...