New Jersey 2013 Harvest Wine Festival Hilton, Short Hills, NJ Weeks of searching for this wine review and still MIA. This is why I prefer handwriting my reviews before typing. Handwriting feeds my obsession with hard back journals and stationary. Writing is exhilarating: seeing your thoughts on paper, hurried penmanship from words spilling out andContinue reading ““The Computer Ate My Paper” – New Jersey 2013 Harvest Wine Festival”
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What, Mexico Produces Wine?!?
It is time to clear out those old Food and Wine, Saveur, Bon Appétit magazines and folders of articles that I saved over the years. During de-cluttering, I discovered an advertisement on visiting Mexico. The heading reads: “So Delicious it was banned?” Mexico produces wine? Intrigued, I read on…In the 16th century, Mexico produced wine. The wines were soContinue reading “What, Mexico Produces Wine?!?”
Keep an Open Mind – Moscato and the Brilliant Yalumba Viognier
Keep an Open Mind – Moscato and the Brilliant Yalumba Viognier Mother-nature has blessed the Washington, DC area with 89 degrees weather. In 89 degree weather, a white wine is choice on a hot day. When folks say it’s too hot for red wine, I explain that you can enjoy a glass of red wine onContinue reading “Keep an Open Mind – Moscato and the Brilliant Yalumba Viognier”
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