Archive for the Tag 'Wine'

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Newspapers are dead as we knew them; or, the turkey in the room

Tweet One by one, I’ve watched trusted newspaper wine columnists get the sack from their editors. Some have been replaced by younger, rising stars, some columns went into syndication, and some just had wine disappear all together. In all of this, the evolution has been fascinating to watch… But, today the final bomb just fell from […]

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Throwback Thursday ~ Wine and other medicinals

Tweet Here’s a little Throwback Thursday for you… These Were the Good Ole Days? I just got one of those Emails that circulates around and around until it finally makes its way to your computer. Being in the wine business, I’m fascinated by the history of wine. I didn’t realize that at the turn of […]

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Lisboa ~ While visiting a monastery a play broke out

Tweet The culture of wine transcends what’s in the vineyard, in the wine cellar, and what’s in the glass. It takes all of that into account, and it also the people, the customs (including foods) and the arts. When I study wine, I immerse myself in every single aspect of it, most especially if I’m […]

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Piemonte’s Fall Favorites

Tweet Piemonte in the fall… Um, the splendor. Piemonte is translated as the foot of the mountain.  And, I’m going with the Italian version of how it’s written and pronounced for this blog story, to be more genuine with the location. This was an excellent lesson about geographical locations, when I visited Lisboa… Right, Lisboa… […]

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Throw Back Thursday with wine and other medicials

Tweet I thought I’d have a fun a Throw Back Thursday post, about the Good Ole Days? I just got one of those Emails that circulates around and around until it finally makes its way to your computer. Being in the wine business, I’m fascinated by the history of wine. I didn’t realize that at the […]

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Asteisms ~ Ingeniously Polite Insults

Tweet Asteisms… Yes, it’s a TGIF kinda day… My own ignorance is totally eclipsed by own dumbfounded curiosity. Four years ago, I heard the word “asteism” defined, after hearing a great insult. I actually began this blog story at that time, so I could use this story one fine day, like today. I’m sorry to […]

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Cement Suitcase ~ A Wine Sojourn

Tweet Cement Suitcase is a comedy – tragedy about a character named Franklin. He works at a winery in Yakima Valley, and has to deal with life’s blows. It’s an award-winning, independent film about a tasting room manager and his humorous attempts to get control of his life. If you love independent films, and you […]

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Astrological Signs With Their Astrological Wines

Tweet Astrological Signs With Their Astrological Wines is something that I’ve pondered a bit. What sign matches which sign… For the lunar eclipse, here’s what I have to offer… I was born on a lunar eclipse. According to the astrology that I studied (as a side interest) for 10 years, people born on a lunar […]

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Trending PR, is this the way of the future or just a guise?

Tweet I got to thinking about an Email exchange that I had last week, and couldn’t help but ask myself if this was trending PR or not. I’m going to just share the exchange and you be the judge. INCOMING EMAIL: Editor Deadline: Need Holiday Recipes Hi Jo, My name is Bob and I’m with […]

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Robert Parker is slowly fading into the sunset

Tweet Robert Parker is slowly fading into the sunset… Yeah, right!  And, I mean… right…. but wait to find out what I mean… Once upon a time, I was raised on Sabattus Lake in the summers of my youth. I remember watching sunsets across a lake that is five miles long and one mile wide… […]