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There are a plethora of underrated wine regions and grapes in the world. That is to say that the wine geeks know and love them, but the general wine public do not. Could be because they are hard to pronounce, or the labels are confusing, or they are not as … More
The problem with productive wine lunches is that they lead to slightly less productive afternoons. So I write of that lunch and the delicious wines tried an entire week after the fact.
In 2007 I had the pleasure of visiting the great wine country of Australia. The two things I noticed there: the country is REALLY big and the people are REALLY nice. And I mean genuinely nice.
Continuing on with my tasting with the lovely and charming Jane Ferrari of Yalumba Winery, here are some more notes.
Not only in life, but with wine, too! I had the pleasure of meeting and dining with Jane Ferrari of Yalumba last Thursday. What a hoot she is! She loves her wine, her company and traveling. She is a total foodie, which is so much fun, and she unabashedly … More