Monthly Archives: December 2016

Cabernet Franc: The Forgotten Father

Recently, I greatly enjoyed participating in #CabFrancDay on Twitter.  This day was founded by Lori Budd of Dracaena Wines and it takes place on the same day each year, December 4th, for reasons that Lori illustrates in one of her … Continue reading

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Life Can Crush the Soul. Wine Reminds Us that We have One

The vital need for art is not always as apparent as more practical things in life, such as the urgency for shelter, food and water or safety. We want to teach our children to focus on those things that help … Continue reading

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Beaujolais Helped Me Right a Wrong

During major holiday seasons, I have the tendency to not only want to review the past year, but also my life. There are some memories I like to relive because they are filled with love and a sense of the … Continue reading

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