Another Wine Blog Wine Reviews featured on Snooth!

Another Wine Blog is now a monthly contributor to Snooth, the world’s largest comprehensive wine community with over 1 million users! Based in New York City, Snooth features millions of price listings and wine reviews, and powers wine and food pairings for major sites including Conde Nast’s Epicurious.com and Time Inc.’s myRecipes.com. So just how did we get involved? Another Wine Blog was first featured in Snooth’s Witty Wine Blog recommendations: “What We’ve Been Reading” […]

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Star Wars Last Bottle Wine Marathon Sale – Starting Thursday, Dec 17

One of the best things about the holidays, for me, is sending and receiving Christmas cards from family and friends old and new. I especially enjoy getting those picture cards that show the entire family dressed in festive holiday sweaters, or my single friends sitting on Santa’s lap with their cats and dogs. One of my favorite cards is from our friend Bill Woodrum. Even though Bill went to the same undergrad as I, he […]

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Celebrate World Carménère Day: Monday, November 23

For those of you looking for wines for Thanksgiving, we have a spin for you on the traditional Chardonnay or Pinot Noir. Don’t worry, we’ll get to that, but not today. Today we’re joining the folks from Wines of Chile to celebrate World Carménère Day! Once widely planted in the Bordeaux region of France, specifically in the Médoc, Carménère (pronounced Car-men-AIR) was one of the six original Bordeaux varietals, which also included Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, […]

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Celebrate International Tempranillo Day, Thursday, Nov. 12th!

Viva Tempranillo! Join the Tempranillo Advocates, Producers and Amigos Society (TAPAS) on Thursday, November 12th, in celebrating the grape once associated primarily with Spain, and now planted in over 500,000 of the earth’s acres in both New World and old world interpretations. Just a mere ten years ago, many Americans could not pronounce the name of the grape; perhaps they were confused by its 60 or more regional synonyms, including names like Tinto del Toro, […]

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Wine, Food, Design: Spain’s Great Match Comes to Houston Nov. 10th

Love Spanish, food, wine and design? The 22nd annual Spain’s Great Match is coming to Houston next Tuesday, November 10th and you’re invited to this exclusive evening. You know how much I love Spain, and I’m super excited that this fabulous event is coming to the Bayou City! Wines from Spain, a division of The Trade Commission of Spain in New York brings this collaborative extravaganza of Spanish culture to Houston’s award-winning creative venue, Silver […]

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2012 Sbragia Family Vineyards Merlot

We love the 2012 Sbragia Family Vineyards Merlot from the Home Ranch in Sonoma County’s Dry Creek Valley to pair with a bone in rib-eye and crisp field greens topped with bacon. Lush dark fruitfruit flavors of black cherries and black currant combine with elegant balanced tannins, Mexican chocolate and pink peppercorn. Alcohol by volume 14.6 percent, this wine is a fabulous buy at just $28. Visit Sbragia Family Vineyards website to get yours. The […]

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Celebrate National Braai Day, 9/24, with a contest from Indaba Wines

September 24th is South African Heritage day and National Braai Day. The official bank holiday falls in the Southern hemisphere’s Spring, allowing celebrants a chance to pause for the season’s first braai, Afrikaans for barbecue. Considered a cornerstone of social life in South Africa, the braai celebrates grilled meats over hot coals, as well as tasty beverages. Heritage Day was once celebrated by Zulus as King Shaka Day, and is not without some controversy. It was declared a […]

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The Kassel Doctrine

George Zimmerman is in the news again. This time he is teaming up with a ‘Muslim-free’ gun shop to raise funds for both of their legal bills by selling prints of Zimmerman’s painting of a Confederate flag. Let me say here and now, I am a fan of neither guns, nor Confederate flags, but find the timing of this recent, and completely tangential Zimmerman story, in light of the discussions I have had with this […]

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