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South African Gems: My Aspen Food & Wine Classic Seminar
As some of you know, I spent last week at the Aspen Food & Wine Classic, where amongst a lot of drinking, socializing, and eating, I also gave two wine seminars. The first of those seminars was entitled South African Gems, and was an opportunity for me to showcase some of my very favorite South
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Why the American Wine Industry Needs a Shakeup
The United States currently is the world's dominant wine producer and the American wine drinker is its dominant consumer. Between the web, agnostic millennials and the strong dollar, there's a huge
Roessler Winery Pinot Noir Trio - $59.99
Roesslermania III The following conversation was completely scripted. Notice how, when they stomp on each other’s heads, they actually just stomp on the canvas. “BRRRRRRAAAAGHGGGGHGHGH! We
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
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Red Zeppelin Winery - Three Pack
Nobody’s Fault But Wine Happy… um, ‘lin-uary? If ever there was a name that inspired an impulse buy, it’s this three pack of Red Zeppelin. Of course, Stillman Brown and his team of
Drink What You've Got: Wine in Troubled Times
The current recession offers a blessing in disguise for many wine lovers. Even those whose decreased purchasing power means they can't buy wine like they used to. For many wine lovers, the instinct to collect is strong. Beyond the dopamine rush of finding new wines to own, which may not be
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