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France has three regions which produce great brandies.  But only one of these spirits is born in the orchard instead of the vineyard.

Roger Morris

How an obscure tasting in France 40 years ago changed the American wine industry - and why it is still relevant today.

Roger Morris

Clairet - not 'claret' - from Bordeaux can combine the best qualities of a red and a pink.

Roger Morris

Accessing a wine’s relative level of excellence happens at the point of tasting, while the quality of wine will result from its development and processing from grape to glass.

Sardinia is actually where Vermentino reaches it’s fullest expression due to the climate and soil. You can find it in two styles – one is fresh and vibrant, with crisp acidity. And the other is more structured and complex, with time spent on the lees.

Marisa D'Vari

Why don't more restaurants give cooking classes to lure customers?

Roger Morris

Some thoughts on giving your fork and knife a rest.

Roger Morris

Before reading, take a guess where the Okanagen is. Pat yourself on the back if you are correct.

Bernard Kenner
Doug Paulding