Archive for the Tag 'Recreation'

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The week my computer fried itself

Tweet This is the week my computer decided to fry itself. Oh, yeah… All new start… All new programs. All new computer. Whole new appreciation for when it’s going well. I also spent a lot of time in my organic garden, waiting for things to come together in my office, thanks to Jose. This is […]

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Wine tasting + perfume = disaster

Tweet Although there’s a lot of “romance” associated with the “wine experience,” additional aromas like perfume, when tasting wine, don’t really add anything. In fact, perfume takes a lot away from a really pleasant experience. I’m no saint with this one. I’ll admit it… I learned this the hard way. It was when I began […]

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I’m worth $3,718 ~ Good to know that Wine-blog has done something good for me

Tweet It’s good to know that Wine-blog has given me some worth. Cellarer.com has all the info on Wine-blog… According to their research. Cellarer: The most popular wine sites: Here is a directory of websites and blogs about wine. The table only shows the top 100 sites out of a list of 500. This exhibits […]

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Do you actually keep an unshopping list?

First of all, what is an unshopping list? Well, it can be one of two things, I think.

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It’s Spring in wine country

Tweet [I purchased this image. I didn't take this one.] Yeah, I know, I’m a month early, but that’s the reality in Sonoma County. And today, regardless of this being a very dry winter, I’m thanking the gods that the next few days won’t have rain. I’m only two days away from putting on an […]

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Faux Woe

There’s a person inside of me that’s very much like HoseMaster of Wine Ron Washam… We’ve both been in the business for a long time, we’ve paid our dues, and neither of us take any prisoners when it comes to faux anything.

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The back end of a blog

The back end of a blog is a pretty interesting place to be. Being on the front end of one, you get to read what people find interesting and relevant (enough to write about it). We edited it several times and then we published…. But, we’re always on the back end.

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Aging wine is a beautiful thing… Viña Morandé

The wine was superbly delicious, with plummy blueberry notes; a medium bodied, not meant to punch your palate in the midsection, just meant to be delicious on your mid palate. And it’s very food friendly.

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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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Shipping wine in the US no longer a nightmare for understanding, thanks to Wine Enthusiast

Tweet Thanks, Wine Enthusiast Magazine for making shipping wine in the US no longer a nightmare for understanding. This info graphic changes that constant and complicated moving target, with the easiest way to figure this out EVER. Jose and I have helped so many clients as Diaz Communications, when they make those Direct-to-Consumer decisions. I’ve learned […]