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Riesling: you either love them or hate them. I have a cautious love with Riesling. There are few and far between that I truly enjoy, appreciate, and yes…love. Andreas Bender is a German producer from the Mosel with property in … Continue reading
Perhaps when one thinks of Burgundian wine, Macon is not the first place that comes to mind! No, we more often than not think of the Mersaults or Chassagnes or Pulignys of Montrachet. Or the rich, powerful, über expensive red … Continue reading
With summer in full swing, I’m fully into the drinking of white wine. This is not to say I don’t enjoy red or white wine all year round, but there is nothing more pleasurable than sitting outside in the sun during … Continue reading
I leave for Italy in two days. As such, I HAD to talk about Italian wine for this week’s Thirsty. And with all the busyness of THAT, I’m a little behind in my writing, with about three posts sitting in draft … Continue reading
After a one week hiatus, Thirsty is back with a Chardonnay selection from New Zealand. While New Zealand is more known for their grassy, gooseberry, cats pee Sauvignon Blancs, there are some fantastic Chardonnays coming from both Marlborough and Waipara … Continue reading