Silver Oak and Twomey – Wine Reviews

Last week we had the great honor and distinct pleasure of meeting legendary wine maker Daniel Baron. It was a fantastic way to spend an afternoon, and we plan to tell you all about it later. But Daniel was there to pour wine, so lets talk about the wine first. The wines poured were all from Twomey and Silver Oak, and all were quite delicious. Here are the capsule reviews. Twomey Sauvignon Blanc 2008 – […]

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Cooking with Wine: Stop the insanity!

“A bottle of Chablis, hey now, that ain’t no stuff for me Chateau Timberley, as long as I can’t see Gallo or Muscatel, either one would be just swell I didn’t come here to fight, hey just as long as that ain’t white” -The Replacements, Red Red Wine There is an old adage that one should never cook with a wine that one would not drink. If one were to repeat this adage, one would […]

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Beating the Ethics Horse on Twitter

The following is a transcript of “tweets” captured when the topic of Wine Bloggers, Wine Writers and Ethics was posted on twitter.  I put them in time order, reversing the order one gets on twitter by using the hashtag #wss2010.  I tried to include all those directly related to the discussion. @Meadowoodnews #wws2010 Moderator: Steve Heimoff. Panelists Michael Bauer; Heather John; Thomas Ulrich, CSU San Jose journalism department @vinography Starting conversation of ethics in wine […]

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