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Munching Vidal Blanc on Keuka Lake, New York
Tag Archives: mead
At some point I thought making alcohol out of honey sounded like a great idea. I enjoy mead but tire of so many sweet and simple styles. Just because honey is its source does not necessitate it become a desert drink. Why can’t mead have the gravitas of wine? Why can’t it taste dry, complex, and be a friend to food? Continue reading
Beer? I’m reviewing beer? Seriously? Well, it has been a few weeks. But I thought this was a wine log: one of thousands, where another Caucasian, male, lump of righteousness rambles about stuff in a glass to justify his drinking … Continue reading