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Deconstructing GSM Wine Blends

Deconstructing GSM Wine Blends

If you are a casual wine drinker you may have noticed wines on restaurant menus or wines on the shelves at your local store that have the letters “GSM” on them. Though most producers will list the grape varietals on the bottle, they may not always be particularly...
A Little Pour of Pinot Noir

A Little Pour of Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir has experienced a surge in popularity during the last 10-15 years among wine drinkers in the United States. Volume of production has gone up, as well as the price of this varietal. Speaking as a wine drinker in the U.S., I am delighted that a surge in...
What Is Craft When It Comes To Booze?

What Is Craft When It Comes To Booze?

One of the biggest challenges as a consumer in the world of alcohol is answering the questions: What is Craft? And, is this particular product really craft beer? Or craft wine or craft spirits or craft cider or craft whatever the heck else you’re drinking? If...
8 Perfect Ciders To Order Now for Thanksgiving

8 Perfect Ciders To Order Now for Thanksgiving

I don’t know about you, but I’m a bit of a nut job when it comes to Thanksgiving. I’m talking planning and cooking the perfect menu for days, joyfully! In the past Thanksgiving has been all about beer (both for my amaze-balls turkey brine* and the football) and...
Ciders of the World: A Boozy Geography Lesson

Ciders of the World: A Boozy Geography Lesson

Geography Time! Cider is like a wine: the terroir, temperature, and the apples themselves create a unique, regional profile. This makes the many ciders of the world unique because you aren’t simply drinking fermented apple juice, but you’re drinking a local tradition...
Sake Styles: How To Order Like a Pro

Sake Styles: How To Order Like a Pro

You’ve made it! We’re finishing up our journey into the Japanese tradition of sake making with this third piece in our series. In our first piece we talked about the four critical components of premium sake…rice, water, koji and yeast. Then we dove...
The Art of Making Sake

The Art of Making Sake

In our previous romp with Sake, we explored what sake is. Now let’s move on to the how. While sake’s ingredients are simple and pure the process tends to be a bit more, shall we say, involved. If you are drinking sake, you are drinking something that has...
Sake 101: The Four Key Components

Sake 101: The Four Key Components

Like many Americans, we have to admit we’ve taken part in the cheap thrill of “sake bombing.” For a lot of people it’s the first, and sometimes only, introduction they have to sake. You know, yelling the only Japanese word one may know, while...
From Cave to Carafe: A Brief History of Wine

From Cave to Carafe: A Brief History of Wine

When the topic at hand has a storied history including fossilized grape vines 60 million years old, mentions in the original Old Testament and a wine jar found in modern-day Iran dating back to 6,000 B.C. it’s understandably a little tricky to truly pin down the...
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