At the August 17 Family Winemakers tasting in San Mateo, we discovered Sojourn Cellars and their excellent pinot noir. While doing research on Sojourn’s website we ran across the story of Ziggy, “The Love Dog” and official canine of the […]
The new Malibu Coast AVA might be DOA. Today the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed a far-reaching coastal plan that specifically prohibits planting new vineyards. Existing
Saturday, March 1, we seized the opportunity to visit Artisan Wine Depot's new store in Los Gatos. The event was a tasting of German wines from the southwestern
Does music change the taste of wine? That question is posed by an interesting entry in Jonah Lehrer's Frontal Cortex blog on Wired.com. Lehrer’s blog is a summary
Most do-it-yourself solutions for cellaring wine involve tools and pricey materials. Simpler alternative approaches can get you decent results without all the fuss, expense, and your time ...
A summer heat wave means it's time to go on a riesling tasting to help offset the thermometer. We tasted about half a dozen, but Query's 2009 Central
OK, I was a little bit wrong last month when I berated the Wall Street Journal for touting high alcohol wine. Norma and I were two of the