chardonnay grapes
Burgundian History Chardonnay's birthplace is Burgundy, France. When the western half of the Roman Empire collapsed, Germanic people crossed the Read more
the number 100
I recently came across a conversation in the Wine Scholar Guild's community section titled "Is it time to ditch wine Read more
map of sherry triangle
Happy International Sherry Week! This week is the tenth celebration and you can find events near you by checking out Read more
irish alcohol label stating health concerns
In an article recently published in Meininger's International titled WHO Shifts Its Alcohol Narratives and the Wine Industry Faces New Challenges Read more
hippocampus of the brain
An article recently found its way to my inbox from Vanguard Magazine.  It was titled Women who believe white wine Read more
Freddy Krueger
One of my favorite movies is Nightmare on Elm Street. I drove my college roommate crazy with all my Freddy Read more
Last week, I read an article in Fortune Magazine about the Federal Bureau of Investigation pursuing charges against Sherry-Lehmann Wine Read more
Peter Griffin from Family Guy
I read an article in late April in Wine Enthusiast titled Stop Calling Grenache, Mourvèdre and Carignan, ‘Rhône Varieties’ and it Read more
a very heavy empty bottle of wine
Helen of Troy may have had "The face that launched a thousand ships," but when I was out to dinner Read more
With Valentine's Day in our grasp, I thought it would be interesting to do a little research about some books Read more