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Munching Vidal Blanc on Keuka Lake, New York
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Vancouver 5: Lulu Island Winery, New China, and the Gulf of Georgia Cannery
Wayward Wine continues its search for local wine in British Columbia.
So we drive South of Vancouver to Richmond. Rain pours outside. What better way to start a wet day than inside a Cannery museum? Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged bc, Canada, chardonnay, China, Fruit wine, icewine, LuLu Island Winery, muscat, Okanagan Valley, Richmond, Shiraz, VQA, wine 1 Comment
Midas Touch Ancient Ale, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
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
Posted in Beer Tagged Ancient beer, ancient wine, Andrew Zimmern, Beer, Bizarre Foods, Dogfish Head Brewery, mead, muscat, muscat grapes, Patrick McGovern, Pennsylania University, saffron, TiVo, wine 2 Comments