Wine Wednesday Quote: July 6, 2016

“No nation is drunken where wine is cheap; and none sober, where the dearness of wine substitutes ardent spirits as the common beverage.” –Thomas Jefferson, author of The Declaration of Independence

Wine Wednesday Quote: June 29, 2016

Wine Wednesday Quote: “Anni, amori e bicchieri di vino –nun se contano mai.” Years, lovers, and glasses of wine; these things should never be counted. —Anthony Capella, The Food of Love      

Wine Wednesday Quote: June 1, 2016

“When it comes to wine, I tell people to throw away the vintage charts and invest in a corkscrew. The best way to learn about wine is the drinking.” — Alexis Lichine (wine write, The Pope of Wine)

Wine Wednesday: May 18, 2016

Wine Wednesday Quote: Wine Cork noun 1. an obtrusive object in a wine bottle which comes between a person and eternal greatness   

Wine Wednesday: April 27, 2016

Wine Wednesday Quote: “There can never be any substitute for your own palate nor any better education than tasting the wine yourself.” –Robert Parker (wine critic, Baltimore native)

Wine Wednesday: April 20, 2016

Wine Wednesday Quote: “Great is the fortune of he who possesses a good bottle, a good book, and a good friend.” –Moliére (French playwrite and actor)  

Wine Wednesday: March 16, 2016

Wine Wednesday Quote: “I shall drink no wine before its time.  OK, it’s time!” –Groucho Marx (comedian, film star, cigar smoker)  

Wine Wednesday: March 9, 2016

Fan the sinking flame of hilarity with the wing of friendship; and pass the rosy wine. — Charles Dickens (author, social commentator, a.k.a The Inimitable)

National Mulled Wine Day: March 3, 2016

Our temps are in the 70s this week.  I’ll take my mulled wine over ice with a bit of orange! Wine Wednesday spilling to Mulled Wine Thursday Quote: “Mulled wine, heavy on the cinnamon and light on the cloves. Off with you, me lad, and be lively!” –Henry Travers (as the guardian angel Clarence, It’s a…

Wine Wednesday: Feb. 23, 2016

“Wine cheers the sad, revives the old, inspires the young, makes weariness forget his toil.” — Lord Byron (a.k.a. George Gordon Byron, English poet, frequenter of Berry Bros. & Rudd)