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DTH* – My New Muse Wine, 2017 Justin Rosé

I often get confused looks when I ask my friends what do they do with leftover wine. Apparently, that’s a foreign concept.

Focus on Paso Robles – the House!

Our needs were few - we each wanted our own bedroom, we wanted a kitchen with a gas stove, a wonderful outdoor area, a quiet neighborhood, charm, and cheapness.
Parrish Family Art

Focus on Paso Robles – Parrish Family Vineyard

Surprisingly smooth and velvety for a Petite Sirah, it was deep, dark, and brooding, and didn’t do our teeth any favors.

My Favorite Winery(ish) – Part Deux

Several years ago I wrote an article about the "largest winery" in Paso Robles. That "winery" is Albertsons, located at 3rd and Niblick, near the 101. That was Part One. We're baaaack!
Tim Ortman and Fred Dame

The Circuitous Path from Network News to Fine Wine

My young journalistic roots had grown intertwined with a budding love of wine. It would be a long and fruitful evolution that would last a lifetime.

In Search of English Wines

I have been to the UK on many occasions, and I even lived there for a while.  However, I realized that I had never had an English wine.

“Can” You Drink Wine? Yummy or No?

On more than one occasion, my nose has been known to tip upward a degree or two.

What Wine Pairs with Ironing?

My favorite wine to pair with ironing is Rosé, no matter the season. In the summer, it's usually a Côtes de Provence because it's a light wine perfect for summer.

Ernest Hemingway, Wine, and Albariño

While I've had a few New World (i.e., other than Europe) Albariños that have been very good, none quite meet the high bar set by Albariños that come from Rías Baixas, Spain, especially from the Val do Salnés region.

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