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Kyle's Blog: Champagne or “Champain?”

When I think of Champagne, I think of pleasure. I don't think of pain. But a recent trend in the bubbly world is looking to...

My Blog: The Joy of 2010 Bordeaux

I have been in Bordeaux a few days now tasting 2010 from bottle, and I am elated. There’s a positive energy and...

Krystal's Blog: Wine and Rap - A Winning Combination?

Wine and rap doesn't seem like the most obvious combination, but North Carolina artist Joshua Gunn and Canadian group Kemo...

Hong Kong Tatler - Ask a Sommelier: Yvonne Cheung

We quiz Café Gray Deluxe’s sommelier on her ideal wine list, how to pair wines with food, and great wine...

Rebecca's Blog: Waipara Pinot File

Take a bunch of Master of Wine students, add a week of seminars and then give them a quiz at the end. Inevitably, brain...

William's Blog: Leaning to Port When You Really Need Madeira

A priori, a boat with 30 sommeliers has to be a fun place. My traveling companions are all Port drinkers. I mean,...

My Articles: Hong Kong Tatler, September 2012

In the September 2012 article James wrote for Hong Kong Tatler magazine, he recounts a dinner he once had with Rudy...

Wine from Bedell Cellars to be Served at the Presidential Inauguration

It was just announced that Bedell Cellars winery from North Fork, Long Island will provide a 2009 Merlot to be served at the...

William's Blog: Champagne Time Warp

Just after midnight last night we passed a little north of where the Titanic went down. Earlier in the day we had turned...

Simon's Blog: Northern Rhône Domination

In the past 10 years, southern Rhône has been getting more and more attention from professional critics, especially...

Hilary's Blog: Pitch Perfect Pinot from The Cape

I spent the Christmas break with friends and family in South Africa this year and managed three days of intensive wine...

Simon's Blog: The Tasting Room - Giving Your Wine a Bad Name

I usually spend 40 to 60 hours a week working in the wine business. When I’m not, and I’m on vacation, I often...

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