We enjoyed the Assemblage Monte Bello Event for so many reasons, and in so many ways; some of them expected, some of them surprising. The music was a little bit of both: expected, in that we knew how good it was going… Read More ›
All things Monte Bello.
Elvis on Ed Sullivan. Jimi Hendrix playing The Star Spangled Banner at Woodstock. The publishing of Kerouac’s On The Road. The publication of “The Autobiography of Malcolm X” The staging of Ridgely Torrence’s “Three Plays for a Negro Theatre.” The… Read More ›
Those of us of a certain age lived through the Clinton-era PC years, and digested our requisite dose of political correctness accordingly. The wine industry did so as well, and one of the conventions to largely go the way of the dinosaur… Read More ›
Simply can’t resist the temptation to share this; personally, I think it’s just brilliant, and one of the best, most relevant contemporary treatises on all things related to –pick your term(s) de riguer– “natural” winemaking; “non-interventionism”; “sustainability”; “minimum impact”; “biodynamism”;… Read More ›