The wine have been double-decanted … … and tasted … … and the glasses have been filled … Antonio Galloni’s computer is plugged in, Eric Baugher is at the table, the olive oil has been poured, the Watsonville Sourdough has been sliced, the… Read More ›
Discussions and comments about specific varietals and/or blends.
So it’s First Friday today, so of course I’m thinking about our First Friday events, and in doing so, it just occurred to me that I NEVER put up a post about what I cooked for the LAST First Friday! As… Read More ›
Grafting is one of the great & mysterious processes in the annals of viticulture, and it is something which fascinates anyone and everyone who stumbles into the cryptic vaults of its ritual. As with so many things we deem to be mysterious,… Read More ›
That’s right people, it’s the third annual! Say it with me! The third annual #ChardDay! Can you feel it? An’ we gon’ pre-emp this thang! Pre-emp it! We gon’ get in early! At the beginning! We gon’ pour it today!… Read More ›
For a thorough refresher on Part I, please click here. As to a summary, it was the 3rd anniversary of our blog going live. And it was the birthday of the late, great jazz bassist Paul Chambers. To celebrate, a… Read More ›
Classics: The Gospels of Pauls The following summary of our recent and very special Wine Bloggers Tasting is broken up into two parts: in Part I, I run down a description of how the tasting was constructed, and in Part… Read More ›