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Edible Arts · 14h ago

Do Wine Aromas Have a Structure?

All arts have as their foundation some kind of structure or order–the color wheel or a system of spatial coordinates …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 4d ago

Mission Accomplished

Today we close out the agenda we set for ourselves when we hit the road in June visiting emerging wine …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 5d ago

California Fires Updates

In case you’re struggling to find reliable news about the wine country fires in California, the San Francisco Chronicle’s website …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 6d ago

Wine Review: Holy-Field Vineyard and Winery Valvin Muscat Kansas 2016

Muscat is a family of vinifera grape varieties that represent some of the oldest and most widely planted varieties in …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 1w ago

What Does a 240 Day, Dry-aged Steak Taste Like?

We’re wrapping up our Texas wine tasting sojourn. It would be a shame to leave Texas without indulging in a …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 1W ago

Why Don’t We Hear about Blind Tasting Success?

Whenever wine tasters fall flat on their face the press celebrates by publicizing the fact far and wide claiming it …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 1W ago

The Wine World Mourns

I don’t feel much like writing about wine  today. As fierce wildfires ravage California’s prime wine regions there seems little …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 1W ago

Wine Review: BlueJacket Crossing Veritas Lelyon Vineyard Chambourcin NV

The French-American hybrid grape Chambourcin is probably the most popular locally-grown red grape in the warmer states in the Midwest. …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 2W ago

How Music Influences the Taste of Wine

I pair music with wine when I writer my wine reviews. But I’ve never described in one place the evidence …Continue reading →
Edible Arts · 2W ago

Is Alinea the Best Restaurant in the U. S.?

For the 12 years it has been in existence,  Grant Achatz’s Alinea, located in a utterly non-descript building in Chicago’s …Continue reading →