I taught a great Ultimate Intro to Wine Class last night … a fun group, great questions, good energy (it’s always the students that really make the class). One of the topics we talked about is the role of the wine cellar in historical context and present definition. In the past, when many wines were […]
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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 […]
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 […]