Tag: A Donkey and Goat

Rosés for Summer

Rosés for Summer

While a good rosé is worth drinking any day of the year, there’s no denying that their strawberry hues and Jolly Rancher bouquets are best enhanced by long, sunshiny afternoons that postpone the twilight until deep in the evening. Sparkling or still, French or domestic, rose is summer’s prettiest and most versatile drink.

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Wine: Shopping Online & Tasting Notes

Wine: Shopping Online & Tasting Notes

| May 16, 2009 | 0 Comments

In my last post I wrote about the Bay Area’s diverse selection of brick and mortar wine shops. This time, I’m covering online retailers. I’ve also been building up a surplus of tasting notes since I last posted. I will share the most interesting set which comes from a recent tasting I did with Napa Valley’s Tom Eddy.

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Donkeys and Goats

Donkeys and Goats

| June 17, 2005 | 0 Comments

Lest you think this is an odd title for a food and wine blog, I’m here to tell you a story and bring meaning to its significance. Once upon a time (well, back in 2002), a guy named Jared and a girl named Tracey decided to quit their day jobs and travel to France to […]

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