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Homebrewing in legal in Iceland, but only in a technical sense, will new immigration policies have an outsize impact on food and wine prices in the US? Plus more news from New Jersey and sparkling winees of the world.
Call us crazy, but there’s only one wine that can hold its own with beer when it comes to football weekend.
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Matt Kramer’s recent piece on the Wine Spectator site gave me inspiration to sum up a wine shop owner’s job in one sentence.
Explosive growth in Washington, with British Columbia not slouching along itself. More sordid sides to the Premier Cru story, and predictions for what 2017 will bring,
On New Year’s Day, I frequently make a giant stuffed Reuben sandwich based on a recipe from Shirley Corriher’s Cookwise. (Which is a really interesting cookbook for geeks in the kitchen.) It’s not an obvious food pairing.
The falcons aren’t fighting more than climate change. We’re offering up more great wine articles than just the fighting falcons.
When you make decisions on how to stock your shop, do you blind taste the wines you are considering? Do you live by the adage, “buy with apples, sell with cheese?” You may be wasting your time.