Monthly Archives: February 2011

Bonus Content: Three Guest Posts Published Elsewhere

Just a heads-up on three pieces I wrote for other publications recently: How will the MA Alcohol Tax Repeal Affect Sales Long-term? This piece is a call to Massachusetts wholesalers and distributors to look at their assortment of wines and … Continue reading

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Listicles: The March issue of Bon Appetit…

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Hangover Observations : Scenes From Jamie Oliver’s Weekend Cooking Competition

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Event Report: Urban Grape Quintessa Wine Dinner at The Capital Grille

Wine retailer The Urban Grape recently teamed up with The Capital Grille in Chestnut Hill, MA to kick off a series of winemaker dinners in 2011.  The first, this past Thursday January 27th, featured wines from Quintessa and winemaker Charles … Continue reading

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A Mixed Case Sampler:  The Wines from Rex Pickett?s Vertical

After earnest (albeit sporadic) reading since early December, I finished Vertical, Rex Pickett’s book sequel to Sideways, this past week. To say it’s a wine-soaked Bacchanalian romp is an understatement akin to saying Screaming Eagle wine is “kind of” expensive.  … Continue reading

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A (major) change in the weather for Paso Robles

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Holidays Wine Gifts ? A Very Cool Wine Book to Consider

Here is idea for someone who enjoys wine and is perhaps not easy to please. It is a wine book: ?The Art and Design of Contemporary Wine Labels.? I know it sounds a bit boring but once you open the … Continue reading

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