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In Which a Blogger Who Bemoans Passive-Aggressive People Makes Her Partner Feel Like Crap

A long, long time ago, in a room next to where I sit right now, Grape Envy Guy and I used to share wine, play games, and generally have a good time together.  There’s been far to little of this in our lives lately, but every now and then, we actually popped a cork (or … Continue reading »

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Olive Garden Creates House Wine From Swine Steeped in Sangiovese, Calls it Hambrusco

A while back, I took a trip to Whole Foods to stock up on items we can’t get closer to home.  I also intended to leave with a mixed 6 pack of wines that were new to me.  One of the bottles that made it back to Chez Snark was a bottle of non-vintage Pirovano … Continue reading »

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Arizona Wine Notes Baffle Bloggers with Notes Like “Dusty Saguaro” and “Wet Javelina”

Some nights we cook really impressive food like deconstructed beef wellington – most of the time, however, we eat far simpler dishes that involve less expensive ingredients and come together far faster.  One of out favorite go to meals is to make a frittata.  One that we made recently was a green eggs and ham … Continue reading »

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Haberdasher, Confused, Arrives at Wine Shop in Search of Groovy Felt Liner

We love to drink local – that shouldn’t be any surprise given that local wine is the vast majority of what we talk about on this blog.  That said, despite our desire to keep it local, it can present some challenges.  A major one for me is the lack of white wine options from local … Continue reading »

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Italian Wine Takes on Mushrooms with Same Ferocity as Italian Plumbers Mario and Luigi

Last summer, we took advantage of the Wine Bloggers Conference being held in Charlottesville, and spent the weekend with a hotel full of fellow wine lovers.  In addition to meeting a lot of great people, we got to taste a lot of wine.  While it wasn’t all to my taste, There’s little that a wine … Continue reading »

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Itzhak Perlman’s DNA Added to Grapes, Notes of Rosin Overwhelm the Fruit

Virginia wine may be our thing, but we found local wine because we already liked wine.  Given that our underlying interest has continued, we do look beyond Virginia for some of the wine we drink.  We like to explore wines from other regions, other countries, and other grapes.  This means, we often take some risks … Continue reading »

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Masked Janitor’s Martial Artist Alter-Ego Offered Grant to Open Winery

One of the benefits of being more deliberate about experimenting with wine and food together is that it forces us to reach outside of our wine comfort zone.  We drink a lot of red wine, primarily local wines made from one of more Bordeaux grapes with some chambourcin thrown into the mix for less serious … Continue reading »

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Dennis Hopper Quoted “Hey Man, You Don’t Talk To the Curry, You Listen, Man”

We’ve never been shy about letting people know that we’ve a VA wine-centric blog.  The vast majority of the wine we drink is local.  Given this, you may have been surprised to see us promoting the Wines of Chile curry and carmenere tasting a while back.  Well, when we got the email from them asking … Continue reading »

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Nude Politician Discovered Taking a Shower and Drinking Portugese Wine

We love Virginia wine.  If you’re reading this blog, I’m sure that’s no surprise to you.  I always liked wine, but it was really when we moved to Virginia and started wine tasting more regularly that I started drinking better quality wine and started expanding my horizons.  That said, we still drink mostly local wine … Continue reading »

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Treehouse of Horror Lives as Bloggers have “The Shinning”

You may remember that we worked out a VA for NY wine trade with Lenn Thompson from the New York Cork Report.  One of the bottles he included in the selection he gave us was the 2010 Coalescence from Shinn Estate Vineyards on the North Fork of Long Island, a blend of chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, … Continue reading »

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Wine With Boots on Label Doesn’t Taste Like Feet – False Advertising?

Viognier, a white Rhone grape, is now Virginia’s signature grape.  Rhone wines, however, are often blends.  Here in Virginia, we typically see viognier as a stand alone bottling rather than as a component in blends – and when is it in a blend, chardonnay is often another major component (which makes perfect sense when you … Continue reading »

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Anti-Score Anarchists Pick Appropriate Wine in Which to Send Critic Over the Falls

Friday night rolled around and we were looking for some post-dinner wine and movie action. Disgusted that AMC edited out Mav flipping off the MiG pilot in Top Gun, I opted for Men In Black II –mostly because of the small role played by the ever awesome Biz Markie. Since I selected the evening’s film, … Continue reading »

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Blogger Code Cracked, “Great Story” = “Bad Wine”

In the not too distant past, I posted a book review that focused on the importance of “The Story” behind a winery as a marketing tool.  Much as I might not love it, “the story” is important in this respect, and I’m well aware of the fact that I’ve been influence by these stories on … Continue reading »

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A Taste of Another Planet

After some enjoyable samples from Planet Bordeaux, care of Balzac Communications, when we had the opportunity to get some more Bordeaux samples to participate in a twitter tasting last Friday, we were all in.  Just in time for the hot VA weather we’re back in the middle of, we were tasting 4 whites and rosés.  … Continue reading »

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More Please

Even been shopping at Costco on a Sunday?  If you have, you know what I mean when I mention the sample buffet you find throughout the store on those days.  While I love my Costco membership, we’re not big processed food eaters, and we try to stick to small, local businesses whenever we can, so … Continue reading »

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