Champagne is in order!

I am a huge fan of the University of Toledo Rockets, and in honor of their win over the University of Michigan Wolverines I am going to drink something with a lot of bubbles! Congratulations to all Toledo fans, and my condolences to Michigan fans. Maybe your radio announcer should not have had so much fun calling us the ‘Mud Hens.” My bubbles of choice this evening will be Gloria Ferrer Blanc de Blancs. This […]

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Razor’s Edge Shiraz Grenache Blend 2006

As I have not yet switched providers, and my current one is still being as Com-*@#$ing-castic as usual, I am writing this at Chelsea, my favorite wine bar in all of Texas. While I have not visited every wine bar in Texas, it isn’t for lack of trying, but I will be surprised if I ever find a better one. So, being without either an Internet connection or a clue what to write about, I […]

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Great, free vintage chart

While my useless, Comcastic provider is temporarily allowing me to be online, I would like to point everyone to the wonderful, free vintage chart from our friends at Enobytes. This vintage chart could be an exceptionally useful tool, in my opinion. The chart can be found at: http://www.enobytes.com/Enobytes_Vintage_Chart_2007.pdf There is also a debate about the chart that is quite interesting. It starts out with this paragraph: In recent years, some critics assert that vintage charts […]

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Wine Bloggers Convention

When I first began this blog, it never occurred to me that it could be such hard work. How hard could it be for me to talk about wine, food and beer? I am very passionate about all three. While I do love writing about them, and all of the research that goes into it, having a successful blog requires a commitment. Commitment is never an easy thing, but that’s what makes it worthwhile. It […]

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Delicious Sunday Brunch Quiche

This is what my family will be waking up to this morning. Breaking with my usual way of doing things, I will post this recipe in traditional format. Just don’t get used to it. However, as usual, feel free to play around with ingredients and amounts. Baking quiche is simple and very adaptable. A pie crust, 4 eggs, some cheese, some milk or cream, and an oven is all that is required. The rest is […]

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More good news for wine drinkers

Sometimes it seems that us wine drinkers may just live forever. In fact, we may be the only people, besides repo men, that get much good news these days. Take this article about an Israeli study showing that red wine is effective at making red meat more healthy: Taking a sip of red wine with a bite of red meat is a carnivore’s dream come true. And now a team of Israeli scientists say the […]

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Some unrelated thoughts…

“I remember you well in the Chelsea Hotel you were famous, your heart was a legend. You told me again you preferred handsome men but for me you would make an exception.” – Leonard Cohen It was great to take a drive down towards Kemah and find that our favorite wine bar had not only survived Ike, but was open for business. The Chelsea Wine Bar was open for business, stocked with wine, and capably […]

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