Archive for the ‘Wine Writer’ Category

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SevenFifty Daily Needs To Be On Your Radar, if it’s not already

[Image above is from the SevenFifty Daily Website.] On July 17, 2017, SevenFifty Technologies, Inc., the online platform for the beverage alcohol trade, launched SevenFifty Daily, a new online magazine, covering the business and culture of drinks. SevenFifty Daily is definitely on my radar screen. Editor in Chief Erica Duecy has created a Platform for […]

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W(h)ine, the Book, Is So Whiny And Perfect in Every Single Wine Way

I love to laugh. It’s good for disposition of mind, body, and soul. And, I love anyone who can make me laugh… Jennifer Todryk is just such a person. I was asked if I would review her newly released book, W(h)ine ~ 50 Perfect wines to Pair with your child’s ROTTEN behavior. At first, I […]

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The Terroir of the Petaluma Wind Gap

A few years ago, I was privately doing a lot of reading and writing about Green Valley of the Russian River Valley. Something that was a bit elusive for me was actually grasping exactly where the Petaluma Wind Gap originates. Everyone writes about it, but knowing exactly where it comes in is not as well […]

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“Cork Dork” by Bianca Bosker, Tells It Like It Is With Lots of Sass

Bianca Bosker’s “Cork Dork,  A Wine-Fueled Adventure” hit a home run, with this book. I’ve been in a lot of situations, like hers in her story, so it’s all very believable. What a joyful story of learning the who, what, when, and where of the quirky inner sanctum of sommeliers.. Bianca is a down to […]

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Peter Stafford-Bow ~ debut novel, entitled “Corkscrew – the highly improbable”

This is going to be a fun read. Anyone who’s read my Road Warrior Survivor Guide, which debuted in the print copy of Wine Business Monthly (August of 2001), knows there’s a sassy world out there.

With Peter Stafford-Bow being a professional wine buyer, I’m betting that the story’s characters are going to be classic!

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Where Does One Begin with Vintner Peter M. F. Sichel?

A MUST READ The Secrets of My Life: Vintner, Prisoner, Soldier, Spy by Peter M. F. Sichel… One cannot take the life of a such a fascinating man as Peter Sichel, and condense it into 1,000 words or less in a complete book report, and so I’ve just begun writing about Peter Sichel. BOOK’S BACK […]

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A Republican and a Democrat bumped into each other this 4th of July for a drink

Interesting concept, huh? I have a friend in the CIA, who once told me, when the GOP is in the house, they enjoy hard liquor. When the DEMs are in the house, they prefer wine. Meanwhile, I know who has their “House” wine, but can’t tell. How about celebrating this Fourth of July weekend by […]

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A New Book From Dick Rosano ~ The Secret of Altamura

If you’re looking for a wine county novel to read, Dick Rosano’s books won’t disappoint you. He’s an excellent author.

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The Top 10 Joys of Writing, from mostly wine writers

The Top 10 Joys of Having Wine Writer Friends I crowd sourced on Facebook for this one. Many of my friends’ stories were repeated, proving that we’re all part of the same tapestry. This story was inspired by my friend Pamela Kline… Number 1 below… when she declared the following and it got me to […]

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When it’s about passion for excellence, it’s about wine writer Cathy Huyghe

One of my greatest joys, as a more seasoned veteran of wine, is to have watched the next generation of  writers slowly rising to a “cream of the crop” level. I’m impressed when I see the same joie de vivre that I had when I began. Coupled with great writing skills, a desire to be […]