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Where you at?

I would like to apologize to any of my readers who have visited in the hopes of reading my latest babble, only to find out that there was none. Hurricane Dolly sent a little bit of the outer edges of ...

Objectivity vs. Subjectivity

Over at Vinography, there is a fantastic discussion about the places of objectivity and subjectivity in wine critiques. There are a lot of great points made in both the article and the comments. Writing like this combined with the great ...

Fantastic Breakfast!

There are few things more classic than a breakfast of ham and eggs, but sometimes even a classic needs a makeover to keep it from getting in a rut. Here is a different take on classic ham and eggs that ...

Pinot Grigio – Even better in the Summer

I am a big fan of Pinot Grigio. It is grown in so many different regions of the world, and produces different styles of wines in each. Yet it retains its identity everywhere. Pinot Grigio is what the Pinot Gris grape ...

More on Budweiser and InBev

Drinkplanner weighs in on the Budweiser vs. the big, bad foreign company kerfuffle. As usual, they do it in a most amusing and insightful way. Here are some choice excerpts. And to those panicking about lost American jobs and whatnot…calm the ...

Budweiser is bought by company that brews Stella Artois

The idiots who drink that watered down swill with the detergent finish seem to be losing their minds over the deal. It boggles my mind that people could be so passionate about something so awful, as this CNN article describes. Philip ...

MSNBC Story About Wine and Music

MSNBC News does a feature on the recent study that showed that music can influence how we taste wine.

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Glorious Beginnings

Some people, they like to go out dancing And other people like us, they have to work And there's even some evil mothers Well they're gonna tell you that everything is just dirt You know that women never really faint, And that villains always blink ...

Cool T-Shirt

Our friends at Drinkplanner.com have come up with a very cool new t-shirt that they are selling at their site. Here is a peek at them. They have both men's and women's sizes.

Eric Asimov Rips the American Beer Industry

The New York Times wine columnist rightfully and righteously takes down the mass-producing wing of the American beer industry. This paragraph drew my first of many "amens." Yet, the big beer companies apparently find it repulsive that people could conceive of beer ...