People no longer read, I’m convinced, they skim. In light of that, take in this 60-second sip, this quick-hit of knowledge.
I got a kick out of Harry Bosworth’s reaction to vintner Jess Jackson’s effort to rename Black Mountain to Alexander Mountain. Bosworth said, “Why don’t we just call it Mount K-J and get it over with.”
Chateau Montelena in Calistoga is the star of Bottle Shock, the film about the landmark Paris tasting of 1976. In our occasional series on places not to missed this harvest season, Chateau Montelena definitely makes the cut.
I met a friend last night for a beer at Third Street Aleworks in Santa Rosa, and I was reminded how great it is to live in Beer Country, a frothy oasis of boutique brews.
Sideways, the 2004 film that dissed merlot and praised pinot, has had a lasting effect on pinot according to a respected retailer, who prefers not to be named
By all accounts the Hess Collection has the most impressive collection of modern art north of San Francisco, featuring the works of internationally known artists such as Francis Bacon, Robert Motherwell and Frank Stella. But it also offers class act wine, truly.
Will you be uncorking lazy Labor Day wines in a hammock? Or will you be rushing off to a party or two? Or better yet, having a final summer romp on the beach with your beasts – your two-legged kids and/or your four-legged pets? We’re working on a [...]
There’s a new player among wine clubs – the New York Times – which suggests how much wine has become a mainstream libation.
Winethatloves.com is a website that completely dumbs down wine and food pairing so masterfully you can be illiterate and find the bottle you’re looking for. Seriously.
A new brand called Masked Rider will try to win over young palates with cowboy sayings. That’s right. Sayings right on the tear tab of the label.