Today’s words are brought to you by early-19th century French lawyer turned gastronome, Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin. One of the world’s first food writers, Brillat-Savarin is considered
This morning, I read a Wine Spectator blog reporting that three of the cartoonists killed in last week’s Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris were also wine label
Make room for Virginia at the big kids table. I’ve long been a supporter of Virginia wines. Over the years, I’ve tasted wine at a ton of Virginia wineries.
I love wine . . . and I love history. And I especially love it when they get all tangled up together. I just finished