Will Travel For Wine

Wednesday

18

February 2015

You Had Me At ‘Free Sample’

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Krupnik

[Featured Image Courtesy of JVRSpirits.com] “What happens when a fly fishing physicist explores the serendipities of a centuries old confluence of bees and booze?”* The answer is Krupnik, a warm and delicious honey vodka made by JVR Spirits in the New Deal Distillery. Back in December, Josh and I had popped into a small bottle […]

Saturday

7

February 2015

Wine Gimmicks

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Portlandia

[Featured Image: Twitter.com/PortlandiaPinot] Strapped for time and cash, I found myself perusing the Pinot aisle in the nearest Safeway for a post-dinner quaff. It is amazing how long I can stand in front of a wall of wine. It isn’t like I am reveling in the choice. Rather, I am the crazy person turning red […]

Sunday

25

January 2015

Reintegration

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Reintegration

Back in the Portland airport for the first time in eighteen months, my travel partner Josh and I stood in a tight hug around the corner from the arrivals gate. Only a few steps separated us from a reunion with parents, childhood homes, old friends, and, I guess you could say, ‘real life’. There was […]

Friday

16

January 2015

A Year in Burgundy

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A Year in Burgundy

In my quest for a wine-related subject, I decided to prowl the lineup on Netflix, my best and most hated friend. You know you’ve made it in life when you can watch television and call it ‘work’. I came across A Year in Burgundy, a documentary capturing the full 2011 vintage in French paradise. What […]

Saturday

3

January 2015

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