As I have written previously, it's really nice when friends from abroad join us either for RCC's or to get together for tastings or winery visits or really whatever. One of the people I enjoy spending time with is Yossie Horwitz. Besides writing his weekly newsletter and FB page, Yossie is of course perhaps most … Continue reading Yossie Comes for a Visit
When I visit the US, I usually spend some quality time with fellow wine-lovers who I get to see too infrequently. But with limited time (and funds), I basically stick to the NY/NJ area each trip to be close to my family. That makes visiting with friends from other areas a real treat. Luckily David … Continue reading Blind Tastings with David Raccah and friends
This past Monday night I was privileged to be invited to really special evening of wine and food organized by Nathan Grandjean of France. Nathan sells wine in France and Western Europe via his site Yavine.fr. He is super-knowledgeable and an all around great guy - so if you are ever in Europe and need … Continue reading Nathan’s French Food & Wine Evening
Over the last year I have started visiting the US more and more - primarily to have the opportunity to spend time with my grandmother who is 94 and my parents and siblings who I see far too infrequently. I also usually get a chance to enjoy wines with friends that I also see all … Continue reading Mid October Trip to the US
Truth is, you shouldn't. In fact you really shouldn't care much about what anyone else thinks of what any given wine or food item tastes like - other than yourself! This seems to be self evident when it comes to things we are confident about. For instance - if you like ketchup, no matter how … Continue reading Why should you care about what I have to say?