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Revisiting the Judgment of Paris

The famous (or infamous depending on your point of view) Judgment of Paris has rightly become an iconic moment in wine culture.

In 1976, a British wine merchant, Steven Spurrier, organized a blind tasting competition between high quality French and California wines, both white and red. 523 more words

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How to Taste Wine

Below is a simple aide memoire that we use for our Society meetings on how to taste wine. This gives a total objective score out of 20 – up to: 471 more words


Weekly Wine – Black Tower

Black Tower Rivaner
13% ABV
$8.95 (LCBO)

I was not expecting to like this wine.
The Black Tower wines I had many moons ago was sickly sweet and syrupy. 156 more words


Explore With Me: Wineries in Fredericksburg, TX

Last weekend I got the chance to check “wine tasting” off of my bucket list. My friend Heather invited me to join her and two other friends to drive to Fredericksburg, Texas (a small town about an hour and a half west of Austin) for a fun day of wine tasting! 491 more words


Camping California's Central Coast ~ What Can Be Done in 9 Days!

We love this area.
And if we didn’t “have” to live on a boat…
We just might want to live here.

California’s Central Coast!


Diamond Estates - Niagara Falls

Yesterday I wrote an article regarding Neal’s and my trip to Niagara Falls. In that article I mentioned several of the activities we took part in; one activity in particular that I greatly enjoyed was our trip to Diamond Estates Winery. 314 more words