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Ann Landers, Miss Manners, and some winos in Houston

That's right! The winos of Another Wine Blog are now world famous, highly respected purveyors of sage advice. You all can say that you knew us when. The fine (and possibly drunk) folks at AskDeb.com have compiled a list of ...

Great Bargain Wine – Tamari Reserva Malbec 2007

Bodega Tamari Reserva Malbec 2007 is a wine that all budget conscious wine shoppers should keep an eye out for. It is a big, chewy, concentrated, and quite delicious wine for around 14 bucks a bottle. These days who can ...

Customer Service: A Tale of Two Bartenders

While we were in San Francisco on our way to the Russian River Wine Road Barrel tasting, we stayed at the Hotel Triton, a funky little boutique hotel just on the edge of Chinatown.  Prior to having dinner with our ...

Special Discount for Another Wine Blog Readers

We recently reviewed a Châteauneuf-du-Pape type blend from Anaba (pronounced Anń-ah-bah), the winery named after the winds of Sonoma Valley.  This 2006 Coriol Red, Sonoma Valley is part of the Anaba inaugural releases of Chardonnay, Viognier, Pinot Noir and the ...

Saving a bottle for just the right occasion

Wednesday was our fourth wedding anniversary, and to celebrate we went to California and drank a a lot of wine last weekend. However, on the actual date we visited one of our favorite restaurants, Killen's Steakhouse. At Killen's we split ...

Leaving Occidental

The worst part about going to California, for me at least, is that I have to leave it. I am originally from Ohio, and still love the place. I live in Houston, and Texas has its charms, but ever since ...

Another Wine Byte 8: Any Port in the Storm

Here is the eighth in our weekly series of Another Wine Bytes; information about wine you can use to impress your friends (but not in an obnoxious way, of course!) After a weekend of Russian River Wine Road Barrel Tasting ...

Pairing Wine with Corned Beef and Cabbage

This post was originally published last year. Since I was lucky to have 20 readers back then, it is safe to say that most of you missed it. I hope you enjoy it as St. Patrick's Day approaches. I am not ...

In Sonoma – A look ahead

Amy and I arrived in San Francisco last Wednesday where we met up with some fellow wino bloggers.  It has been a whirlwind tour of some of the best of California's wine country ever since. Things are about to get ...

What to do with leftover wine?

Leftover wine? I am sure that many of you, like myself, have a difficult time grasping that concept. I have heard rumors, however, that such a thing actually exists. Should such an unfortunate situation ever occur, below are some suggestions ...