Caprese Salad and Santi Soave
By Roger Killen
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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
By Roger Killen
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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...
The first rosé wines of spring are here
By Roger Killen
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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
By Roger Killen
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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...
French white wines everyone will love.
By Roger Killen
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Dec 22nd, 2014
Too often we, as everyday wine drinkers, forget about some of the origins of the wine we drink. Most of those everyday...
This is E11even
By Roger Killen
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Dec 16th, 2014
Andrew Murray has arrived! And in one sense it’s the return of a conquering hero. Andrew Murray spent some of his youthful...
Urban Riesling from the Mosel for Thanksgiving wine.
By Roger Killen
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Nov 18th, 2014
* It’s almost Thanksgiving, time to belly up to the table and show that Turkey who’s boss. But before we embark on...
The Grapes of Spain
By Roger Killen
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Oct 27th, 2014
*Throughout the past year, new Spanish wines have continued to pour into the East Tennessee market. Their quality, seemingly eclipsed only by...
WA1
By Roger Killen
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Oct 14th, 2014
* Anyone who has been to Washington State and left the luscious green confines of the western part can tell you; once...
It's tailgate time in Tennessee!
By Roger Killen
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Sep 9th, 2014
* This time of year in Knoxville, and throughout the great state of Tennessee, a seasonal formula starts to take shape. It...