Vol. S, No. 4
The Wine Curmudgeon
The Master Sommelier |
Health & Social Issues
Lodgings Report |
Online Report |
Book Report |
W.I.N.O. News |
Letters to the Editor |
Free Wine & Food Publications
Guest Writer: Dan Berger |
Guest Writer: Lew Purdue
- The Staff
- The Wine Curmudgeon gets on several new, and several old, rants. TWC Begins with the usual
good news item, but it all gets pretty steamy after that. Don't miss the items on the Supreme Court,
Prohibition in Chicago, bullfrogs in boiling water and what wine to drink with Cheetos.
Dan Berger's onto one of his favorite topics saving under-appreciated
wine types and dining slow rather than fast. The piece originally appeared in
Frequent Wine Trader contributing writer Patrick Campbell was the recent recipient of the
Lodi-Woodbridge Winegrape Commission "Integrity Award," and has edited his acceptance
speech into his latest Small Vintner column.
Elisabeth Holmgren's Health & Social Issues column features all the latest news,
all good, about the benefits of moderate wine consumption.
Jim Wallace's Online Report talks about the problems with keeping the
information on web pages fresh.
It's time for Master Sommelier Fred Dame's annual "Best Wining-Dining
Experiences" of the previous year.
In The Cookbook Corner, P.S. McCown reviews a professional quality
cookbook now in its fourth edition.
The Book Report finds Maurice Sullivan with a surprising number of
new titles released after the holidays.
Lew Perdue's popular new The Investor's Report has a look at
investing safely in a bear market.
As usual, Sandi Wechsler is all over The Travel Trader and
The Lodgings Report and from Indiana to the Connecticut
Pearson C. Trent III is back with an interesting piece on four rivers, all Named Green.
And finally, there are two reports in The W.I.N.O. Newsletter,
one from Carson Valley, the other from the Napa/Sonoma Chapter.
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