Tag Archives: Mosel

Ode to a Riesling

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

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Thirsty Thirty-Something Thursday #22 – German Sekt

Most everyone is familiar with Champagne, Cremant, Cava, Sparkling Wine, Prosecco, or Franciocorta. But how many of us have had Sekt, or even know Sekt? Sekt is a sparkler from Germany, and usually made in traditional method (second fermentation in … Continue reading

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Ode to the Rosé

January is usually not the time for a rosé…in fact, it’s not something I reach for on even the warmest of summer days, but I had an opportunity to try the Bender Rosé from the Enotri Wines portfolio, courtesy of … Continue reading

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An Amazing Experience

Recently my business took a turn…..no, I didn’t score millions of dollars, but let me tell you, worth a million dollars..Meeting new business contacts, and some biodynamic, sustainable wine makers, I’ve come away more, as my girlfriend Veronica would say…”juiced” … Continue reading

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Twenty-Five and Fine – Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of Twenty-Five and Fine!  I promised you six more wines from six more countries, and here they are!  Some of them just make the cut, but still won’t break the bank at $25 or less.  I … Continue reading

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