Archive for the ‘Holiday’ Category

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours

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The best wine and food books for 2013

Tweet The best wine and food books for 2013 is a recounting of books I’ve read over the year. I enjoy recommending what I think would enrich and enlighten your life, only because that’s what they’ve done for me. I’m going to guide you toward what would work for whom, too, in the process with […]

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Happy Thanksgiving To You!

Tweet Happy Thanksgiving … May you and yours have a lovely day filled with all the riches that life can afford. I appreciate you, thanks for being here.

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Clink and Drink, it’s bad luck if you don’t

Tweet Since the holidays are upon us, I thought I’d share this one with you… We don’t want any bad luck hanging over our heads into the New Year, do we? In a toast, how many times have you clinked your glass with someone else, and then went into a conversation without taking a sip? […]

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Happy New Year from Wine-Blog!

Tweet May 2013 bring more peace and love to the world… With more great wine and additional prosperity to you, my friends!

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Wines of Jewish Origin to Toast the 2012 Season ~ Happy Hanukkah

Tweet ‘Tis the season to celebrate heritage, and what better way for the days of Hanukkah than to enjoy it with a glass of wine produced by someone of this culture? If this is not your cultural heritage, you’re still invited to toast the season on behalf of your Jewish relatives and/or friends. Personally, I […]

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Rosés for the Holidaze… Petite Options

Tweet I thought I’d discover the Rosés of Petite Sirah that exist, so I sent a query letter to my PSILY members. They’re such an easy resource for me, when it’s time to write about anything. One Email goes out to about 100 people. There’s nothing much easier than that, right? Even if they don’t […]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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Happy 4th of July!

Tweet Be safe, have fun, and eat well. I raise my glass of wine and toast to your health!

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Memorial Day ~ 2012 ~ Remembering my WW II vet father ~ David Emerson Clarke

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