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California Cabernet Sauvignon from Small Lot Bottlings

It’s TasteLive! Tuesday: Small Lot California Cabernet Sauvignons

The Detroit Lions are 5-0! To help celebrate another BIG WIN, we're joining the TasteLive! panel to taste some Big Red Wines! After a late Summer hiatus, TasteLive! Tuesdays are back! Join us and this week's wine-loving panel at 8 p.m. ...

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ABC Anonymous – Confessions of a wine hater

Forgive me readers, for I have sinned. My last confession was, um...1975. Since that time I have hated wine countless times. That's right, me, the guy who has the word "wino" on his business card, I have hated on wine. The ...

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Win Tickets to Brenner’s 2011 Beer Festival!

Once again Houston-area beer lovers and connoisseurs are invited to sample over 50 artisan brews paired with chef-crafted culinary delights at the 2011 Brenner's Beer Festival on Saturday, October 8, hosted on the grounds of Brenner's Steakhouse on the Bayou, ...

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Don’t be a Wine Specatator

I have been working lots of hours, lately, on some on-going high impact litigation. That leaves me little time for writing, much less for reading or watching television. So I tend to get my information through filters. Like many ...

Celebrate International Tempranillo Day

September 1: Celebrate International Tempranillo Day!

Say good-bye to the dog days of August with wine from a noble grape. Join us on Thursday, September 1, as we celebrate the first International Tempranillo Day! Conceived by TAPAS, Tempranillo Advocates, Producers, and Amigos Society, International Tempranillo Day invites ...

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Wine Apps: Don’t Be an iDiot!

This post has been in the works for some time, but in the midst of all the hand wringing over Steve Jobs, patron saint of rounded corners, stepping down, this seems like a good time to publish it. We get quite ...

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Wine & Food Erotica from Charlottesville, Virginia

Eric Asmiov, who writes for the New York Times "Diner's Journal Blog", told bloggers in his keynote speech at the Wine Bloggers Conference in Charlottesville, Virginia, that he learned to think about wine in terms of drinking it, as opposed ...

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Is PR Giving You a Bad Name?

They say there is no such thing as bad publicity. The thought is that even bad press is better than no press at all. Perhaps. But what happens when marketing and PR gets between you and the press? Sometimes the best ...

2011 Wine Blog Awards Wrap Up

The 2011 edition of the Wine Blog Awards are over and while we didn't win (nor did we expect to), we would like to thank everyone who supported us with nominations, votes, and encouragement. The coolest thing about the ceremony ...

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Another Wine Blog gets a new look

It is currently 1:20 here in Virginia at the 2011 Wine Blogger Conference and instead of attending one of the great break-out sessions I am hunched over my ancient and less-than-trusty laptop nervously preparing to launch the new look for ...