Monthly Archives: May 2007

Keeping the Faith of Terroir

I have the faith. I believe in terroir. What prompted this public assertion? A couple of days ago I was reading a posting by Alder Yarrow from Vinography commenting on an recent article about terroir that had been published in … Continue reading

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BC Wines are Blooming

Good news for BC wine drinkers – according to the latest BC Wine Institute crop survey, the 2006 grape harvest is up 40% over the short crop year of 2005 and 22% over 2004 which is deemed to be a … Continue reading

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Ode To Terrior and Tasting Notes

I hate tasting notes. Okay, maybe that’s too harsh. I dislike tasting notes – intensely. Actually, I’ve written hundreds of tasting notes. I’ve written them on restaurant coasters, on the back of business cards, on program guides, and on god … Continue reading

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Cooperative Sips? Well, Maybe…

And ranking right up there in the Top Ten of All Time Silliness here come My Other Half Wine Glasses – also know as cooperative wine glasses. As shown, this matched pair is connected via tubing at the bottom – … Continue reading

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