Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Tasting Room Goes …

Lounge. Yes, as we all tire of the in-n-out tasting room experience, some wineries are creating a new experience for wine lovers. It favors slow over fast, conversation over banter, and mindfulness over mindlessness in tasting (I hope). While in … Continue reading

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Question: When is a Pinot Noir more like a Cabernet Franc?

Answer: When it comes from Erich Weber of Hofgut Falkenstein vineyards in the Mosel region of Germany. I have confessed my love of Pinot Noir recently but Cabernet Franc from the Loire Valley is an old love – I adore … Continue reading

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Wisdom, Wine & Throwing Away the Playbook!

19 weeks ago I launched a blog series called “52 weeks of wine on the mind.” This week after attending Wisdom 2.0, my mind is actually on that “soul” stuff of “wine and soul,” especially the way that wine connects … Continue reading

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