In Defense of Connoisseurship: Is Populist Wine Writing Dumbing Things Down?

  By Stephen Eliot I have spent the larger part of my professional life writing and teaching about wine. Neither pursuit has been about simplifying or dumbing down what is a rich and wonderfully fascinating field of interest, but rather they have been about education and understanding both for myself and, I hope, for those who came to me with questions. I have been called a wine geek but never,...

Know Top Most Five Things Concerning South African Food

A few weeks ago, it also suspended sales of the American Eagle coins, also due to strong demand. American Eagle sales resumed, but only to a select group of designated dealers. The Mint will also resume sales of the Buffalo coins shortly. The challenge of Christ is as relevant for our generation as it has ever been. “But whosoever shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father...

Things You Should Remember During A Temecula Wine Tour

After a huge breakfast served in our room, Bill and I got back in the car and started heading into France. Bill wanted to go to the Champagne region, but I had fewer ambitions. We ended up pulling off the highway in Nancy, France. After finding a place to park, we made for Stanislas Place, a huge, impressive square named after the king of the Polish – Lithuanian Commonwealth and duke of Lorraine,...

Niagara Wine Tour – Enjoy The Finer Things In Life More

Come take part in the “Relay for Life” in support of the American Cancer Society on May 8 at the Snowden Grove Park. This is a great event to get some friends to come out with you to the park and give your time for a good cause. This salad is a staple for me and works for breakfast, a side dish, or dessert. It’s healthy and surprisingly sweet. The measurements below are just a guesstimate...