They say you can’t know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve been. It’s true for the most part, every now and then you gotta look back, even if just for a fleeting moment, to see what you’ve left in your wake and how things look from behind. So it goes […]
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Ask ten people what they know about wine from South America and the majority would say, “Malbec”. Some might say,
Catena Zapata’s Adrianna Vineyard Malbec and flagship wine, Nicolas Catena Zapata
“Malbec from Argentina”. Perhaps a few would chime, “Malbec from Argentina…goes well with meat”. Needless to say, Argentinean Malbec has been carrying the […]
It takes two to tango
It’s a tough time of year for food and wine pairings. The cold weather encourages a heartier fare, and with it, comes heavier wines. Not a problem if you’re into that kind of thing, but what about the winos that enjoy the lighter stuff? Times like these, it’s […]
the wine echo: the memory with perpetual reverberating powers.
Sometimes the echo is fleeting, and sometimes it’s more resonating, but regardless, a wine’s presence is a reverberating echo that can penetrate the most impenetrable of people, and the most impermeable of palates. I’m forever humbled by the journey that wine creates – from the […]