Monthly Archives: May 2016

Riesling & Limestone: Finding a Way to Connect

There are some things in the wine world we can never talk too much about – alcohol levels, wine scores, and terroir. I always like to quote from The Oxford Companion to Wine when defining the term terroir: “Terroir — … Continue reading

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Deconstructing the Terroir (Sense of Place) of Rias Baixas, Spain with a Memorable Couple

I have to admit I often drink wine without thinking of what I am pairing it with. I am not super sensitive to wine affecting food or food affecting wine. I have a great respect for a person who has … Continue reading

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