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Highlights from the 2009 Aspen Food & Wine Classic
I just returned from a weekend as a speaker at the 27th annual Aspen Food & Wine Classic , the grandaddy of all food and wine festivals. This was my second opportunity to attend the festival as a speaker, and, like the first year, a doubly special honor, as Aspen also happens to be my home
Pedemonte Cellars Duo - $54.99
All We Are Is Dust In The Wine Taste this wine…only for a moment and the moment’s gone… But that distinctive character you notice certainly didn’t come from Kansas. It’s the mark of the
Book Review: A Year of Wine by Tyler Coleman
Review by Brooke Cheshier. When I first slipped into A Year of Wine: Perfect Pairings, Great Buys, and What to Sip for Each Season , I worried it would be too formulaic. I am drawn toward in-depth histories (anything by the Kladstrups), poetic memoirs (Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher's Love
Robert Craig Mount Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon
A Toast To You, Marketing Departments It’s all the rage to change words around for the good of the corporate entity. From “staycations” to “permalancers”, there are many new ways to
Vinography Images: The Old Way
The Old Way
Vineyards have gone through several evolutions in how they are planted. At first, the vines were planted willy-nilly, at incredibly high densities, and were only (could only) be worked by hand. Then as the use of horses became common in European agriculture, the vineyards were
Sonoma Wine Legend Davis Bynum Dies at 92 (Wine Spectator)
Visionary newspaper reporter–turned-vintner made Russian River Valley's first single-vineyard Pinot Noir