It’s not all ribs and brisket. What to pour?
Cooler air suggests a return to wines whose woodsy sweetness links them to autumn fare.
Inman’s wines are suffused with grace and élan, the beautiful results of work that begins with soil.
A Nero d’Avola from Sicily taught me something about my own garden.
No single wine pairs perfectly with the Thanksgiving meal, but many styles can shine on your table
I’m surprised and pleased to announce that a story I wrote recently for Palate Press has been selected as a finalist for “Best Blog Post of 2012.” If you enjoy my writing, I welcome your support. Please cast your vote here.
Read my latest tips on pairing wine with food in a new Palate Press article, published yesterday. Which of these rules ring true for you?…
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