In Support of Friends

Those of us who live in Nevada sneer at California politics even while driving there every opportunity to grab food, wine, and some serious beach time.

Watching My Baby Grow Up

Over the years their wines have evolved – “grown up” so to speak – and so have I.

A Yummy Côtes du Wha…??

I almost never talk about "budget-friendly" wines. But this bottle caught my eye when I was doing research (yeah, that's it) for another project I'm working on.

After the House, the Search for the Perfect Merlot

Personally, I have a hard time with Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec because they are real bruisers. Unless, of course, there's a candlelit, air-conditioned romantic dinner involved...

The MGM Hates Locals – How Their New Parking Fee Plans Give Us the Middle Finger

By making a last grasp into the pockets of those who keep them in business, they have shown that the customer experience is secondary to their gluttony.

Bossy, Cranky, Nagging. My Apple Watch 3 Experience

I do keep close track on my levels and am very happy to have my personal mini-EMT on board.

When the Wine You Hate is the Wine You Love

I remember enjoying it because it came out of a bottle that had a cork and wasn’t cloyingly sweet. It was a real wine, and I never drank the Strawberry Hill again.

1 October – One Year Later, Healing and Memories

While the rest of the world has moved on - as it should - the impact of the event still reverberates here in Las Vegas.

My Damascus Road Moment(s) – Wine(s) that I Love

“Hearty Burgundy” was the red wine that everybody drank. Which, by the way, didn't have a drop of Burgundy. Ew.

Hidden Wineries of Paso Robles – East and West

I don't know if this is a "trail," per se, but I found it on Wine Country Getaways. The site is, as expected, primarily focused on Sonoma and Napa, as well as other Wine Countries throughout the U.S.

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