I heard a quote recently about Riesling that I thought really summed it up right. It went something along the lines of “everybody may not like all Rieslings, but there’s a Riesling for everybody.”
So I published a new story on HuffPost detailing a super simple way to determine if a Riesling is dry or sweet.
From the back cover:
A mysterious hospital is erected in Split, Croatia that claims to cure all types of paralysis in a matter of hours with no surgery. The global scientific community is baffled.
Despite the U.S. and a handful of other countries warning its citizens to avoid the treatment, people from all over the world descent on the city and are cured. But when these patients return home and resume their lives, they suddenly begin committing random violent acts of terror.
I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Makaziwe Mandela and Tukwini Mandela, from House of Mandela Wines from South Africa, who were attending The Women of Vine & Spirits Global Symposium held March 13-15 at the Meritage Resort in Napa, CA. [Read the interview]
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It’s that time of the year on iCutCable.com when we look at the top holiday gifts and gadgets for the cord cutting enthusiast. This year we feature a cable modem, bluetooth speaker, mini projector, Roku Express, and more.
I enjoyed speaking to Woman’s Day magazine editors about the value to be found in Costco’s Kirkland line of wines for a feature they published on hunting down bargains at big box retailers.
New article about Moldovan wine published on the Huffington Post: “7 Remarkable Facts About Moldovan Wine That Will Surprise (And Entice) Wine Lovers”
“Moldova actually houses the world’s largest underground wine cellar, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. The cellar contains more than 1.5 million bottles of wine, which lined up would measure the equivalent of 5000 football fields.”
A recent contribution to Huffington Post:
“When most people hear the words “wine tasting” they immediately cringe and picture a stuffy room with snooty people sniffing glasses and spewing out all kinds of ridiculous adjectives to describe the wine; but to you it just tastes like “wine.”
“The flow of fine wines at Costco has been written up in such places as the Wall Street Journal and Money Magazine, and there’s an independent blog devoted to the amazing stuff that pops up…”