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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.
California Pinot Noir Grapes

Can Budget Pinot Noir be a Daily Drinker?

I've had frugally-priced Pinots that tasted like dirt (not "earth," but actual dirt), some that tasted like they had a good dollop of cheap Syrah added.
Woodford, Versailles, Kentucky

Celebrating National Bourbon Heritage Month – Bourbon Curious

September is, through an act of the United States Congress in 2007, National Bourbon Heritage Month. Along with wine and other regular articles, I will be sharing occasional postings on my favorite spirit, Bourbon,...

Apple Watch 3 – One Year Later

Okay, I've owned my Apple Watch for nearly a year. Am I still feeling the love?
A road IN Damascus - you get the point...

What Was Your Wine “Road to Damascus” Moment?

Recently, I attended a weekly tasting with a group of friends at a wine shop, which we affectionately call “Church.” 

Mice and Men and Geeking Out. The Return.

I just need the blessings of the software/web deities and hope they don't let me screw up.

2012 Lenz Moser Prestige Blaufränkisch

In his first "official" post, he shares his experience with the Blaufränkisch (the what?!?) that he tasted a few evenings ago.
Cape Grace Marina

Honeymoon, Africa, Cape Town, and Wine! (Part Six – Once in a Lifetime!)

My bride and I had many wonderful meals whilst we were on our honeymoon, but we were looking for something extra special.

Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Frugal – “Target”ing Malbec

Pescetarians and vegetarians may find this too big a wine to have with halibut or tofu.

The Bucket List, Changes, and Us

it's okay to still have stuff in your bucket list, no matter how old you are, or even if you think that you've done it all. You haven't.