One of the great things about being a wine columnist and blogger is that I am able to try many different, wonderful wines. However, one of the bad things about being a wine columnist and blogger i
It was cold outside. The snow was about six or seven inches deep on the ground. At my apartment, I had seven bottles of wine standing on the dining room table; I had platters of cheese, pâté, bre
How do you select your wine? Do you look at labels? Don't be afraid to admit it-many people do it, just as many people select books based on the cover.
As Kurt Vonnegut's good uncle once said, "If this isn't nice, I don't know what is." We in law school are so wont to get wrapped up into our own little struggles that we forget to see how nice we
Unlike my law school career, I'm ambitious for this week's column. It seeks to find thirteen wines that are each under twenty dollars. It also seeks to make reference to a song (and album) releas
One of my favorite jazz albums of all time is Miles Davis's Sketches of Spain. While I think it's just good jazz, some critics have focused on the fact that it's "something other than jaz
If you're anything like me, you probably like a lot of things. You probably like food-many types of food. You probably like wine-many types of wine.
Writing a biweekly column is harder than I imagined.
There are two great loves in my life. The first is wine, whi