Monday Musings: Will the Drinks of Choice Change After Elections

This week I am reflecting on  what people will be drinking post election season here in the U.S. I have no idea what I will be drinking, I guess it will depend on the outcomes but I definitely think more people will be drinking hard liquor. These days I find myself wanting to drink Whisky/Whiskey... Continue Reading →

At a loss for words

I thought I’d be posting about wine actually about whiskey to honor my grandfather who would have been 117 today if he were alive but instead I just feel sad and angry about what happened in a synagogue in Pittsburgh. 11 people were murdered merely for being Jews in their house of worship. I’m at... Continue Reading →

Wine of the Week: Kopke 1978

  This week's wine of the week is this amazing Tawny Port from the Kopke brand owned by Sogevinus. Kopke is specialized in Colheitas. How do they differ from other ports? Colheita's can also be thought of as a single vintage Tawny Port. They need to be aged for seven years in oak casks. The ports from this... Continue Reading →

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