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Deserving Cyber Sips

What Keeps this Blog Going? Readership and a Little Recognition If you’ve read this blog for a while, you’ll know we focus on writing with passion and purpose.  We’re not a big corporation, although many of our readers think so. We don’t monetize but many think we make a living from this site. Full time […]

2002 Arteis & Co. Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut

08 October 2014

Wine Review: 2002 Arteis & Co. Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut, Côte des Blancs, France . I’ve tried a lot of champagnes in my lifetime, and I have to be honest—many of my favorites evolve in the bottle to conjure notes of gingerbread, roasted aromas, honey and candied notes such as the 2002 Arteis & Co. […]

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Video: Red Wines of Burgundy

06 October 2014

Burgundy’s influence in the world of wine far outreaches its geographic footprint. It is the home of pinot noir, a grape that has captured the imagination of winemakers around the globe. (more…)

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2011 Clos Fantine Faugeres

04 October 2014

Wine Reviews: 2011 Clos Fantine Faugeres Languedoc, France Languedoc holds a special place in my heart because so many of my wine epiphanies have happened while drinking wines from the Languedoc. Opening this wine brought back memories of all the Languedoc wines we drank when we lived on the east coast. Every now and then […]

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Tuscan Kitchen Shines in Burlington

02 October 2014

I had an opportunity to attend a soft opening for Tuscan Market and Kitchen in Burlington Massachusetts. It was a great opportunity to chat with Joe Faro, the owner, and sample their menu and wines. The ‘shop’ is a sprawling place that reportedly seats 500 (350 indoors, 150 outdoors), and boasts full takeout kitchen, small […]

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Seufert Horseleap Vineyard Pinot Noir

30 September 2014

Wine Review: 2010 Seufert Horseleap Vineyard Pinot noir, Willamette Valley If you like your Pinot noir to have a sincere rustic earthiness, flaunting a little promiscuity at the same time, you will love the 2010 Seufert Horseleap Vineyard Pinot noir. Offering seductive concentration, this style of wine is delightfully dissimilar from most of the perfectly […]

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2008 Santa Rita Carmenere

27 September 2014

Wine Review: 2008 Santa Rita Carmenere Medalla Real Single Estate, Colchagua Valley, Chile This Carménère represents the Colchagua Valley well, offering up an accurate sense of place with a wonderful expression of the varietal. Carménère to me has an exceptional depth and complexity that seems to go beyond that of Merlot to which it is […]

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