After a month of craziness I’m finally getting a chance to catch up a bit here. Work at the winery has been a little nutty with trying to implement a new point of sale system. This all came about because of the new credit card chips and having to get a new credit card system… Read More Finally, A Vacation With Summer Ale & Ozymandias Wine
If you believe that, I’ve got a bridge to sell you.Most Pennsylvanians, as well as almost anyone in the United States, know about Pennsylvania’s ridiculous liquor laws. I face the struggle all the time as a wine writer, as well as working at a local winery in PA. The limits, rules, and taxes we face… Read More PLCB Might Allow Liquor Sales on Groundhog Day
I taste and drink a lot of wine (surprise!). Why do you care? It means that I have a lot of wine reviews I share on Delectable, a wine review app. Obviously, not everyone is on the app (available for iPhone only right now). It’s also too many wines to write individual reviews on here.… Read More Weekly Wine Roundup 12/7/15
New Blog Post: #Wine is #Memory; Maybe Memory is Wine. @valavineyards… Read More Wine is Memory; Maybe Memory is Wine
#EastCoastWine #CabFrancDay #wine… Read More Weekly Wine Roundup 11/30/15
So I was going to write a blog post, and then I stumbled across this gem by Ron Washam, aka Hose Master. And damn it…what am I supposed to write about now? He killed all of my proposed ideas for a wine blog post. To be honest, ironically I was writing a post earlier today… Read More Merlot, Football,and Roast Beef
Considering the news and world happenings lately, San Bernardino, CA being the most recent, gun violence has been on my mind, as I’m sure it has been on yours. It’s hard to sit here and write about wine when there are tears over the senseless deaths of so many. So instead I raise my glass in… Read More Gun Violence: What is The True Problem?