Monthly Archives: January 2013

Amarone – I Changed My Mind

For a while now I have used Amarone as an example of a classic wine, often considered great, that I just didn’t care for.  My wife and our friend Matt, both of whom love Amarone, have regarded this as a … Continue reading

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Take Your Vitamins?

A scientist claims he has made palatable wine that is chock full of good things for your health.  Me I would rather take vitamins and drink good wine.  I also think that many studies on wine and health disregard that … Continue reading

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Wine Cocktails – Why Not?

In some wine circles cocktails based on wine are frowned on.  Me, I say why not?  Now I wouldn’t use particularly good or expensive wines for a cocktail but there are so many decent and reasonably priced wines out there … Continue reading

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Green Wine

Increasingly wine makers have become aware of, and concerned about their impact on the planet.  Here is an interesting article on some measures being used and considered to help mitigate that impact.  http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/01/15/solar-powered-robots-coming-to-greener-french-wine-future/

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