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Empire of Booze

| March 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Perhaps my favorite part of France is the Roussillon, the area closest physically and culturally to Spain. My wife calls it Sprance. I love it for the scenery, the food, and the rugby-mad locals but most of all for its traditional fortified wines. One I tried last summer was a Rancio Sec from Domaine des […]

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Can A Bottle Possibly Be Worth $3,000?

Can A Bottle Possibly Be Worth $3,000?

| August 11, 2011

When in college, most of the parties I attended had two mouthwatering drink choices:  Keystone Light or bum wine.  For most 21 year olds, those aren’t usually unappetizing options—but by my third year of college, I had traveled to Napa and was seriously addicted to fine wine.  Or, at least, I was addicted to wine […]

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Do you serve your good wines to your non-geek friends?

| July 18, 2011

This may look off-topic. What does it have to do with dueling wine palates? Bear with me for just a minute. I’m a lawyer, and I offer the next few paragraphs, as they say at trial, “subject to connection.”

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If you have to search for flavor in your wine, buy something else!

If you have to search for flavor in your wine, buy something else!

| July 7, 2011

If I’m going to write a blog about wines with flavor, I might as well start with a wine that dances across the tongue with the force of an Alvin Ailey composition, instead of a Petipa ballet who, by the way, trained in Bordeaux. So let’s go rummage in the cellar to find a wine […]

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