Category: Pairings

Hospice du Rhône: You Had Me at Syrah

This week we joined participants of Taste Live featuring Hospice du Rhône, a perpetual non-profit business league that represents and promotes the 22 Rhone varieties and those who make them. Each Year HdR produces a three-day event in Paso ...

Why I Hate Bill Gates: Thank God for Wine!

I must admit I was pretty skeptical when I first heard about "cloud computing."  I have trust issues to start with, and letting Mr. Google keep all my files for me sounds like the old "open relationship" concept. Is my ...

Walla Walla WOW – L’Ecole No. 41 2008 Estate Luminesce

When the organizers of the North American Wine Bloggers' Conference first proposed a change of venue for 2010, Joe was disappointed. We've fallen in love with California's Wine Country and Joe was a bit skeptical about taking the event farther north. ...

Top Ten Best Drinking Movies

After exhaustive research by our panel of judges (me), I had a list of 14 movies that starred alcohol in some way. I tried to whittle it down to just 10, but failed. So, the title of this post is ...

Weinrieder 2006 Grüner Veltliner Alte Reben

Grüner Veltliner (GREW-nuhr Felt-LEEN-ehr) is not one of the most well known wine grapes on the planet. Mainly grown in Austria and accounting for nearly 40% of the country's grape production, it is used in a variety of styles of ...

Pop that Cork! Value-Priced Champagne Alternatives

In the current economy, many people are looking for an alternative to traditional champagne to help ring in the New Year. Last year we told you about Cava, and we've found a few other sparklers this year as well. ...

Turkey and Cannellini beans with Terlato Pinot Grigio

The other night I came home to the usual question of  "What are you fixing for dinner?" As I had not gone to the grocery store in quite some time, and had been pulling things out of the freezer and ...

Somewhere Over the Rhine: Riesling

Toledo, Ohio is know for a number of things: The Toledo Mud Hens and Tony Packo's, being two. What many may not know, is that Toledo is home to an amazing collection of art glass housed in the Toledo Museum ...

Another Wine Blog Does Dallas!

Most Saturday afternoons you'll find us in Houston, enjoying Tintos tapas and tastings with a group called the Urban Wineauxs. As defined by the groups' creator Iris Allen: an Urban Wineaux is "A wine connoisseur who consumes large quantities of ...

Winos stole my burrito!

Wine has changed my life in so many ways, almost all of which have been positive from my point of view. There are the health benefits, social benefits, and probably most profound of all, the opportunities that writing about it ...

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