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The Funniest Wine Speech Ever?: Joshua Wesson Addresses the 2011 Graduating Class at IPNC
The International Pinot Noir Celebration in Oregon's Willamette Valley that I attended last weekend was, true to form, delightful. This wonderfully casual event usually takes place under brilliant cloudless skies, on the lush green grounds of Linfield College, a small liberal arts school in the
Argyle Insulated Two bottle Wine Cooler and Set of 2 tools
You’re an On-the-Goenophile So Go Already It’s the holiday season, and you know how that brings house guests around. No gift says “take your half-finished bottles of Cabernet and get out
Book Review: Wine Wars by Mike Veseth
Review by Tim Patterson. A big part of wine's allure is that it is so many different things: a source of alcohol, a source of pleasure, a gateway for entry into the mystical, the erotic, the enlightened, the divine, the silly, and sometimes the idiotic. But for thousands of years, it has also
What I've Learned about Chilean Wine
I thought about titling this post with a bit more gravitas -- something like "New Trends in the Chilean Wine Industry" -- but I didn't feel like I could pull it off. I spent a week there and talked with a lot of people, but can't speak with enough authority on the subject to title this post like
Book Review: Wine Politics by Tyler Coleman
Review by Tim Patterson. Here we have that rarity of rarities: a wine blogger who knows how to write a footnote. Wine Politics dates from the days when Tyler Colman--known to the wine blogosphere as Dr. Vino --was an academic political scientist teaching at NYU, before he succumbed
The Mysteries of Time and Wine and What Matt Kramer is Missing
Wine writer Matt Kramer has long been the primary reason I subscribe to the Wine Spectator. I really enjoy his use of words as well as his sensibilities when it comes to the world of wine. The piece he published today on the Wine Spectator web site (which for some reason I cannot fathom, is