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Edible Arts · 3d ago

The Harvest 2018

If you care about wine and food you should care about this issue. “President” Trump has begun to carry out …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 4d ago

The Art of Wine: Opus One

Art has a reputation for being cut off from everyday life, existing in a separate realm of sumptuous galleries, cloistered …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 6d ago

Dieters Whistling Past the Graveyard

Eating all foods in moderation is a good idea as a general rule and there are sound environmental reasons for …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 1W ago

Budget Wine Review: Columbia Crest Grand Estates Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley 2014

We have a winner in our budget Cabernet competition. The Columbia Crest was the best of this bunch but only …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 1W ago

Jefford Needs to Get Out More

In an otherwise reasonable post about whether wine scores should take into account the price of the wine, Decanter’s Andrew …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 1W ago

Winemaker Interview: James Frey of Trisaetum Winery

James Frey, winemaker and owner of Trisaetum Winery in Willamette Valley, Oregon has a very impressive resume in my estimation. …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 1W ago

Wine Review: Saintsbury Pinot Noir Lee Vineyard Carneros 2014

Saintsbury is one of the classic Carneros producers releasing their first Pinot Noir in 1981. Today they make several cuvees, …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 1W ago

The Mind Plays Tricks

Last week I participated in a blind tasting, the sort of blind tasting that all somms fear, where you’re tricked …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 2W ago

Budget Wine Review: Robert Mondavi Private Selection Cabernet Sauvignon California 2014

Historic Robert Mondavi Winery, long noted for its vision of premium Napa wines, also makes the cheap stuff. And its …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 2W ago

What Makes a Great Wine Great?

Jamie Goode’s post What is Greatness in a Wine? is insightful because it moves greatness out of the realm of …Continue reading →