It is one thing to have a thirst for fine wine, quite another to support the habit.If money were no object, a top-notch Barolo or perhaps a grand cru Burgundy would do nicely as my house wine. That’s not very realistic, however, because I, like most everyone else, have a limited budget for wine. Thus my never-ending search for value wines that deliver outstanding quality at a modest price.
Tip of the WeekIf you’ve ever stood before an aisle of wine completely baffled by what to serve at your next dinner party, you aren’t alone. Whether red or white, dry or sweet, the options can be overwhelming.
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Game on. That would be the long race to the end of the wine competition season, which for me concludes with the Sommelier Challenge in September. I’m a true believer.
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The irony is heavy: Carol Fenster, the daughter of a Nebraska wheat farmer who married into another wheat-farming family, is gluten-sensitive.
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