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Roger Morris writes about wine, food, and travel for several publications including Robb Report, Wine Enthusiast, Intermezzo, Sante', Sommelier Journal, Beverage Media, Drinks, Drinks Business (UK), Plaisirs de Vivre (Canada) and Sommelier News. He also contributes to the regional publications The Hunt, Signature Brandywine and ccdwell.com. Morris is also author of the blog, Been There Tasted That (http://beentheretastedthat.blogspot.com/), and may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can you believe that is has been almost 10 years since the movie Sideways suddenly made everyone thirsty for pinot noir? That means that wineries which have long produced the varietal as well as those who saw an economic, if not always artistic,...
Almost from the beginning, American wineries in California and much later on the East Coast have measured themselves against Bordeaux wines. And, indeed, cabernet sauvignon has flourished on the West Coast while eastern vintners have fallen in love with...
Brian Larky is well-known for his Dalla Terra selection of Italian regional producers whose wines are both well-made and well-priced. Here are six that are in current release: 2010 La Valentina montepulciano d’Abruzzo ($14). Nice gamey aromas and...
This recipe was made by Sarah Scott, the chef and culinary consultant at Chateau Coutet. You can pair the dessert with the 2009 vintage coutet. Click here to find more pie and port pairings for Thanksgiving.
The recipe was created by Eddy Van Damme, author and pastry chef in Houston; you can pair the pie with Taylor Fladgate 10-year-old or 20-year-old tawnies. Click here to find more port and Thanksgiving pairings.
For a special drink to impress your friends with this Memorial Day, try this spin on a classic martini.