Tag Archives: Burgundy

A Sampling of France…

I came back from a wine tasting on Monday, to tell my husband that this was the first evening I felt a semblance of “normal” since I returned from my trip to the Caribbean with my daughter.  The retail store I … Continue reading

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Queen Chardonnay

I’ve been into Chardonnays lately…and as any wine geek can relate, that is something we likely all go through.  Next month, it might be a different varietal, or even a blend, but for now, the Chardonnay is the Queen.  I … Continue reading

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The Wine Chronicles – Part 2

I’m on the way..and guess what?  1 week into this process and I haven’t seen a lot of sun.  Well, it’s the Pacific Northwest?  What would one expect? For those of us “schooled” in this business of wine, when I … Continue reading

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The ISG Tasting Group

The one thing about being in a classroom that teaches you about wine, is that you make friends easily….because they all love wine as much as you do! During the course of Levels I and II, I had (& still … Continue reading

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Twenty-Five and Fine – Part 1

For those who read my blog, you might think this a bit of a contradictory post, considering that I just talked about the “experienced” palate.  Yes, it’s true that I have enjoyed very expensive wines and aged wines, but it … Continue reading

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