Blog Post: What I’ve learned so far. Or rather, not learned.

How about a little humble pie for Sunday morning brunch, say you?  I've just had a hot, steaming pile of it friends, and trust me - it's not tasty. The gap of passionately drinking, sharing and loving ALL things of the wine world versus becoming a student of wine in order to think and drink … Continue reading Blog Post: What I’ve learned so far. Or rather, not learned.

Book Review: “Cork Dork”

“The Kitchen Confidential of wine: Read this book, and you’ll never be intimidated by wine—or wine snobs—again.” ~Madeline Puckette, co-author of Wine Folly   In the world of wine, just as life in general, one cannot literally "know it all".  Wine especially, is like that.  In its entirety, wine is an infinite source of history, artistry, … Continue reading Book Review: “Cork Dork”

Confucious Said So?

"Choose a job you love, and you will never work a day in your life." ~ Confucius Linkage to the ancient Chinese sage Confucius as the origin of this insightful quote is debatable and appears to be spurious; anachronistic elements suggest that "job choice" or flexibility of work in the era {485 BC} of Confucius was possible, yet it … Continue reading Confucious Said So?

Dare to think. Differently.

"To seek, to strive, to find, and not to yield." ~ Quote is the final verse of Lord Tennyson’s Ulysses Tell me wine is NOT a great thing of tumultuous beauty - I dare you and then I'll call you insane.  In all my tastings, literary explorations, purchases and experiments, studies, viewings of film, wandering … Continue reading Dare to think. Differently.