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Edible Arts · 20h ago

Wine Blog Daily Monday 5/21/18

A daily sample of thoughtful writing and discussion from (mostly) independent wine blogs: Margaret Rand reports on investor interest in Port. 1 Wine Dude takes down Naked Wines for their dem...
Edible Arts · 20h ago

Swamped

I am buried in term papers to grade this week so posting will be light. But I will register a thought for the day:   I Don’t Care About The Royal Wedding!   Here in the U.S. we are a democra...
Edible Arts · 3d ago

Wine Blog Daily Friday 5/18/18

A daily sample of thoughtful writing and discussion from (mostly) independent wine blogs: Julien Miquel explores the styles, aromas and …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 3d ago

Budget Wine Review: 19 Crimes Cabernet Sauvignon Southeastern Australia 2017

This wine is interesting because of the marketing. As Mike Veseth, The Wine Economist, writes: 19 Crimes — outlaw wine! …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 4d ago

Wine Blog Daily Thursday 5/17/18

A daily sample of thoughtful writing and discussion from (mostly) independent wine blogs: Oregon Wine History Archive does an interview …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 4d ago

Why Not Just Admit It? Flavor is About Pleasure, Not Survival

Most cuisines can be identified by the characteristic flavors they use to enhance their dishes: Chili peppers, tomato, and lime …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 5d ago

Wine Blog Daily Wednesday 5/16/18

A daily sample of thoughtful writing and discussion from (mostly) independent wine blogs: Alfonso Cevola, On the Wine Trail in …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 5d ago

Hyperbole for Dinner?

I guess the reasons are sort of obvious but isn’t it odd how food writers feel the need to exaggerate? …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 6d ago

Wine Blog Daily Tuesday 5/15/18

A daily sample of thoughtful writing and discussion from (mostly) independent wine blogs: Richard Hemming MW posts a guide to …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 6d ago

Wine Review: Fasoli Gino Alteo Amarone della Valpolicella 2011

Amarone might be the richest dry wine available. After harvest, carefully selected grapes are air dried for several months until …Continue reading →