Regular readers of this blog know we’re most interested in small wineries making unique, distinctive wines. We also indulge in some criticism of large industrial wineries and their tendency to […]
We’re attending the Wine Blogger’s Conference in Santa Rosa this weekend. If you’re attending as well don’t hesitate to say hello.
Kansas City is a crossroads sandwiched between the South, the East, and the Midwest, a city split in half with one side in Missouri and the other in Kansas. This […]
Today we close out the agenda we set for ourselves when we hit the road in June visiting emerging wine regions in Southern Oregon and Idaho, learning to taste cold-hardy […]
Grant Achatz’s Alinea, located in a utterly non-descript building in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, has been at the top of best restaurant lists for the 12 years it has been […]
Generally, any sentence containing the words “Wisconsin” and “food” should probably contain “cheese” as well. Wisconsinites are not called “cheeseheads” for nothing. When scouring the state for what is unique […]
To get into winemaking many people give up lucrative jobs and stable careers. The lure of working the land, creating beauty, and sharing it with enthusiasts in an atmosphere of […]