Category Archive: Teaching Sense of Place

Revisiting the Classics – Alexis Lichine and The Wines of France

Recently, I have been reading older wine books – most of them written by legendary wine writers.  Perhaps my new found enthusiasm for the classics has been born out of a desire to… Continue reading

Luring Wine Drinkers Into the Tree of Trust

I haven’t written much recently as I have taken full advantage of living near the sandy beaches of New Jersey.  When not sitting on the beach, I have been running, cycling and recouping… Continue reading

Teaching Sense of Place – Associating Wine with Colors

Recently I found myself pushing Riesling and various offerings from the Rhone on the mean streets of Staten Island.  Well, not really that mean, but certainly crowded with potholes and traffic jams.  As… Continue reading