Know what you're drinking and what to pair it with - Roger Killen
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Jul 27th, 2012
Typically, Cabernet is not on my mind during the stale humidity of a Southern drought. But sometimes you have to turn the...
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Jul 22nd, 2012
It has been said that the Greeks brought wine to Italy, and in turn the Italians gave wine to the world. The...
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Jul 21st, 2012
Austria’s top drop continues to be Grüner Veltliner. And although there may be a lot of groovy Grüners grabbing up shelf space...
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Jul 19th, 2012
Recently, I was reading about a feud between Eric Asimov (wine critic for the New York Times) and James Molesworth (wine critic...
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Jul 17th, 2012
The BEST Zinfandel I’ve had this year for under $20 is hands down the ’09 Klinker Brick. Laden with rich dark fruits...
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Jul 13th, 2012
Remarkably fragrant, with aromas of lemon, lime, pink grapefruit and a hint of tangerine, Justin Monmousseau’s Sancerre is 100% Sauvignon Blanc and...
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Jul 10th, 2012
The owner of Woodland Wine Merchants in Nashville, Tennessee first introduced me to one of my two favorite Vinho Verdes, the Fâmega....
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Jul 8th, 2012
Napa Valley’s most notorious cult winery, Screaming Eagle, just released its whopping 600-bottle production of Sauvignon Blanc through its preferred customer list....
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Jul 8th, 2012
In this wide, wonderful world of wine overproduction, conglomerates are continually creating new brands and labels and blends with the emphasis more...