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Let’s meet! I discovered the emotional side of wine later in life and want to share with everyone who’s willing to listen. I love what I do!

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Wine is the drink of the gods, milk the drink of babes, tea the drink of women, and water the drink of beasts.
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The Whiskeys

Orphan Barrels & The Universal Whisky Experience

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After the presentation, a couple of people came up to me and thanked me for asking what they had been thinking - that the over-matured bourbon, just by the very nature of its age, complexity, and tannic structure, was by far the most interesting of the lot. It was okay for me to bring it up I guess. I'm a wine person!
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I Spent A Couple of Weeks in Vegas!

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You may be thinking, "Irene you nitwit! You live in Las Vegas! What's the big deal?" The big deal is that just because I live here doesn’t mean that I actually *go* here. Like many locals, I have a certain snobbery when it comes to hanging at The Strip. So for two weeks, I went to Vegas! On The Strip, baby!
Buy the Right Wine Every Time by Tom Stevenson

Book Review – Buy the Right Wine Every Time

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Just about every wine book I have has dated itself by honing in on specific vintages, which, years later, are no longer available, making the recommendations irrelevant. In manufacturing they call that planned obsolescence.