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A Contrarian View of Merlot, part II

Date: Mon, May 15, 2006 Wine Tasting

I'm on a kick here about merlot, as you can see from my last post. The much-maligned grape has once again drawn the focus of Eric Asimov of the NY Times, only this time he goes into much greater detail...

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Think Pink (Rose, that is) for Summertime Entertaining

Date: Fri, May 12, 2006 Wine Tasting

Rose is a wine that is finally gaining the respect it rightfully deserves in this country. A dry, crisp, higher-acid rose is the ideal partner for summer entertaining, especially if you like to have guests over and offer a series...

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Think Pink (Rose, that is) for Summertime Entertaining

Date: Fri, May 12, 2006 Wine Tasting

Rose is a wine that is finally gaining the respect it rightfully deserves in this country. A dry, crisp, higher-acid rose is the ideal partner for summer entertaining, especially if you like to have guests over and offer a series...

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Think Pink (Rose, that is) for Summertime Entertaining

Date: Fri, May 12, 2006 Wine Tasting

Rose is a wine that is finally gaining the respect it rightfully deserves in this country. A dry, crisp, higher-acid rose is the ideal partner for summer entertaining, especially if you like to have guests over and offer a series...

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Poll: what is the best way to taste a wine vertical?

Date: Wed, May 10, 2006 Wine Tasting

I went to a great vertical tasting recently and will post about it shortly. It brought up a very interesting question -- what is the optimal way to taste a vertical? Do you drink the oldest first, figuring your palate...

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Poll: what is the best way to taste a wine vertical?

Date: Wed, May 10, 2006 Wine Tasting

I went to a great vertical tasting recently and will post about it shortly. It brought up a very interesting question -- what is the optimal way to taste a vertical? Do you drink the oldest first, figuring your palate...

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Poll: what is the best way to taste a wine vertical?

Date: Wed, May 10, 2006 Wine Tasting

I went to a great vertical tasting recently and will post about it shortly. It brought up a very interesting question -- what is the optimal way to taste a vertical? Do you drink the oldest first, figuring your palate...

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A Contrarian View of Merlot

Date: Wed, May 10, 2006 Wine Tasting

Eric Asimov, wine writer for the New York Times, has a very insightful and informative blog called The Pour. This week he tackles one of my major peeves, notably that Merlot, despite the heights of grandeur it can attain in...

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A Contrarian View of Merlot

Date: Wed, May 10, 2006 Wine Tasting

Eric Asimov, wine writer for the New York Times, has a very insightful and informative blog called The Pour. This week he tackles one of my major peeves, notably that Merlot, despite the heights of grandeur it can attain in...

Read Full Wine Blog Post

A Contrarian View of Merlot

Date: Wed, May 10, 2006 Wine Tasting

Eric Asimov, wine writer for the New York Times, has a very insightful and informative blog called The Pour. This week he tackles one of my major peeves, notably that Merlot, despite the heights of grandeur it can attain in...

Read Full Wine Blog Post

23rd Annual International Beer Festival SF review

Date: Tue, May 9, 2006 Wine Tasting

Recently a small group of us went to the International Beer Festival San Francisco which was held at Fort Mason. Since we'd been there before, and especially since our intrepid guide Alex (aka, Brew Magellan) was adamant that we study...

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23rd Annual International Beer Festival SF review

Date: Tue, May 9, 2006 Wine Tasting

Recently a small group of us went to the International Beer Festival San Francisco which was held at Fort Mason. Since we'd been there before, and especially since our intrepid guide Alex (aka, Brew Magellan) was adamant that we study...

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23rd Annual International Beer Festival SF review

Date: Tue, May 9, 2006 Wine Tasting

Recently a small group of us went to the International Beer Festival San Francisco which was held at Fort Mason. Since we'd been there before, and especially since our intrepid guide Alex (aka, Brew Magellan) was adamant that we study...

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Just like MJ: I'm back

Date: Mon, May 8, 2006 Wine Tasting

Yes, I've been away from the blog for a while but for good reason -- in the last few months I left Yahoo after 5 great years and started an Internet company (nothing to do with wine) with a couple...

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