The world of beer is about as old and diverse as the world of wine, dating back to Neolithic times (circa 9500 BCE) when grains were first planted for farming purposes. Today, the type of grains and flavorings that craft brewers are using to create various styles of the prepared beverage are intriguing if only … Continue reading B-double-E-double-R U N – Beer Run!
I like playing the devil's advocate. For the sake of discussion, let's take a look at the image above. Aside from the spelling errors, what do you notice about these wine grape leaves? Are there any similarities between botanical design and the flavors that 'define' the grape wines made from that variety? How about when … Continue reading Wine Grape Leaves – A Study
There are as many ways to fall in love as there are to fall in love with wine. No one way is better than another. With so many options available we could go bankrupt without ever finding happiness. One way to divert the monetary stress of trying each wine that everyone suggests and having some … Continue reading Start a Wine Club You Can Love
Beauty comes in many forms. It might be a question of measurable symmetry or a juxtaposition of opposites – ruggedly handsome, heroin chic – but the origin of physical beauty is set firmly in the eye of the beholder. In wine, beauty is most often equated with aroma and balance: a beautiful bouquet, a beautiful … Continue reading How To Taste Wine Like a Pro – Part 2