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Indulgence: Dinner at Emeril’s Delmonico

One of the highlights of our December trip to New Orleans was dinner at Emeril's Delmonico. This was one of the events on our itinerary that I was looking forward to most. Many foodies have somewhat of a love/hate relationship ...

Maryhill: Such a Thrill In Washington Whites

We got a note from the nice people at Maryhill Winery asking us if we'd like to try their wines before we visit Washington this summer.  Something about the name was familiar. Then Friday night after we sampled two of their ...

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HR 5034: What if Wine Were Peaches …

Suppose your family grows peaches in Georgia. Everyone in Georgia loves your peaches, and tells your family you should send those peaches to folks in other states. So you build a business selling peaches in-state as well as out-of-state. ...

Washington State Wines: Tildio Winery

It's getting warmer outside, the perfect weather for fresh seafood, grilled chicken and Washington State whites! We tried several recently, in anticipation of our trip to Walla Walla in June for the 2010 Wine Bloggers' Conference. One we ...

If Passed, HR 5034 will Cheat Wine Consumers

While most consumers hurried to finish taxes by the April 15th deadline, something sinister was afoot in the United States House of Representatives.  At the behest of the powerful National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA), and in response to a recent ...

Another Wine Blog Named Best Wine Blog

Last December Best-Wine-Clubs.com contacted us to let us know they considered Another Wine Blog to be one of the Top 25 Wine Blogs. This past week we learned we had been chosen Best Wine Blog for 2009! Here's what ...

Galveston Wine Festival and Don’t be the dumbass redux

Today Amy and I are going to head down to the 2010 Galveston Food and Wine Festival.  Regular readers will know that we have a soft spot (Amy's heart, my head) for Galveston, so we don't really need an excuse ...

Wine Pairing Recipes: Seafood Medley Stew

Note: A version of this post was originally published at Palate Press. In that version I used a few different ingredients and paired it with a different wine. There are many regional variations on seafood stew. It depends on where you ...

New Sauvignon Blanc on the Block: Cornerstone Cellars

There is a fondness in our hearts for Cornerstone Cellars.  Last July we crashed a private tasting and dinner with some of our blogger friends at Bistro Jeanty (blame it on our friend Lisa who said, of course, we should ...

Darryl Beeson

When I signed up for Sommelier classes a few years ago, I really didn't know what to expect. I had some vague ideas about some professorial type lecturing us as we took copious notes about wine. Looking around at my ...