Image is from the wonderful not to be missed Dr. Vino blog (Tyler Coleman) who has an another good story of wine and snow. I awoke early this morning, looked out the window, and smiled. It’s a snowday. The predictions are in the range of 15 to 24 inches of the white stuff, with strong […]
Author Archive | Jason Kallsen
Another Thanksgiving has come and gone. It truly is my favorite of all the holidays … the one day per year that we as a country and a culture come together to eat and drink and give thanks (for the magic of fermentation amongst other things). I love it, and I absolutely hate what has […]
Late notice, but there are a few seats still available. Chef Joan Ida and I are doing a fantastic dinner inspired by Rhone varieties, tomorrow night at the Highland Grill. Only $65 per person, and it’s bound to be a terrific night! Look here for more info.
More details later … but don’t do what I just did. Pinot Noir and Espresso are not a happy combo! I’m at Diavola in Geyserville right now … lots of ideas to post soon for the Twin Cities Wine scene!
The Blue Plate Restaurant Company is about to give an amazing gift to the residents of Mac-Grove in St. Paul (where I also happen to live). Sucsi, the new Italy meets Chicago meets Sicily meets San Francisco style restaurant and wine bar is in the final stages of staff preparation, which I have been involved […]
Twin Cities Wine has existed since 1998 to serve offer the finest in accurate, intelligent, thoughtful and enlightening wine education. Starting in late 2010, we have re-branded as Twin Cities Wine Education LLC, and our mission is expanding. More classes, more wines, more great evenings ahead. The Twin Cities Wine Education site will now include […]