Celebrating France with Chablis and Toasting Notre Dame – #Winophiles

Chablis is one of the first wines I drank from France growing up. My parents used to buy it and they let me drink wine pretty early on following a couple of European vacations. For the longest time though, I am sure I had no idea about the grape variety used to make it or... Continue Reading →

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Memorable Wines of 2016: Musigny Comte Georges de Vogüé, Cuvee Vieilles Vignes 1985

This past year, my family and I have been opening a number of older bottles that were given to us when my uncle passed away in 2013. The storage conditions as you can see from the label of this wine were not perfect but what was in the bottle was remarkable in terms of its... Continue Reading →

This is a photo from a storm last year around this time. The scene outside the window today is much more white. I love the snow, albeit more so when I am in the mountains than in the city or the suburbs. That said, today's storm is a nice forced moment to stay inside and... Continue Reading →

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