By Roger Killen
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Nov 7th, 2013
Leave it to the Tuscans to find a way to dress up Chardonnay. It’s like adding an extra stud to a Liberace...
By Roger Killen
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Oct 13th, 2013
* A version of this column was first published in the on-line edition of Saturday’s Knoxville News Sentinel. The modern Italian impact...
By Roger Killen
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Jun 12th, 2013
Seven years ago the Champagne house of Louis Roederer thought it made good business sense to insult African American rappers, many of...
By Roger Killen
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Apr 22nd, 2013
“Fat is flavor, flavor is fat.” Or so goes the old culinary expression and defender of all things related to swine. Actually,...
By Roger Killen
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May 22nd, 2012
California Chardonnay and oak barreling go together like beans and corn bread. In fact, it can be a real chore to find...
By Roger Killen
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May 20th, 2012
With Americans consuming more than three-quarters of a billion gallons in 2009, wine has increasingly found its way into the American home...
By Roger Killen
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May 16th, 2012
Walking past the aisles and aisles of wine at the store can be very informative. Over the years, you notice that many...
By Roger Killen
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May 10th, 2012
If the latest trend in consumption of Chardonnay wines is any indication, America’s taste buds are changing. That doesn’t mean we’re drinking...