Category Archives: Musings

Great Wine and Altered States

Great wine defies easy description; it makes the wine lover contemplate it…forces her, even, to be open to change, to the taking in of new flavor and aroma combinations, new structural possibilities. And in the most extraordinary cases, it creates … Continue reading

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What Success Looks Like…

I’m heading to Florida early in the morning. Two flights, 3000 miles, all day. I’m not at home with my wife and dogs (my favorite place) nor at the winery (the next best), and I’m hoping that what I’ll do … Continue reading

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Wine is Only as Simple as You Want it to Be…or The Wonderful Complication of Tasting

I had the occasion recently to talk to my tasting room team about evaluating the bottles that we pour for our guests at the Winery. We tasted three or four bottles of each of the different vintages that we had … Continue reading

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