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Sinfully Decadent Delights and Festive Champagne

There is a much-repeated myth that great sex stops after marriage. Politely speaking, a number of euphemisms come to mind. At worst, "that well dries up" and at best; "dessert turns to the plain vanilla variety." Big Pharma's latest goldmine ...

What can a chicken teach us?

Hey man where'd you get That lotion? I been hurting Since I bought the gimmick About something called love Yeah something called love That's like hypnotizing chickens Well I am just a modern guy Of course I've had it in the ear before -Lust for Life, Iggy Pop Why ...

Marita’s Vineyard: Because I’m Worth It!

Tom Davis taught advanced reporting in my journalism program at Marshall University. He also threw great holiday parties. Prior to his teaching gig, he worked at a number of newspapers including the Detroit Free Press. It was pretty clear he taught ...

Wine for the Holidays: America’s Most-Visited Winery

There are plenty of people who do exactly what they're told. Who follow all of the rules. Who "know their place" from birth to death. The type of people who do not see a bullfighter's red cape when someone tells ...

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Announcing the Results of the 2010 Annual AWB Self-Serving Wino Survey

Another Wine Blog is delighted to reveal the results of our 2010 Annual AWB Self-Serving Wino Survey. But first, a few words about our methodology. After all, a survey of any kind is only as good as the methodology employed ...

You Never Know Who Might be Listening

It's amazing what people will say out loud when they don't know anyone is listening.  Recently, at a local wine event, I thought I was back in junior high.  Or watching a remake of  Mean Girls. Don't Plot a Takeover One of ...

Man Cannot Live on Wine Alone

I love wine. If not for the effects of the alcohol, I would likely drink it at every meal and most of the time in between. Wine has joined food, music and football in the pantheon of my passions. Compared ...

Easy Turkey Brine

Longtime readers know that this time every year I extol the virtues of making a brine starting with a homemade stock. It is a time-intensive process, although not really hard to do. Not this year. I am going to try ...

Wine Review: Sacre Bleu Cabernet Sauvignon

On September 29 of last year I got a random e-mail from one of my twitter followers. Random I say, because most of folks I know from twitter never email me. If they want to get my attention that day, ...

Without Further Ado: Sacre Bleu

Wine usually starts in the vineyard, but this one started with a phone number. Galen Struwe lives in Minnesota. But it wasn't always so. Traveling with business colleagues from Florida some years ago he found himself in a Minneapolis restaurant for ...