A few months back, a friend came to town from Tennessee. His schedule was jammed as was mine, but I was eager to see him. He works in insurance and I inevitably learn a lot when he explains the various
For $40, a bottle of this is a steal! Read more at http://www.armagnac-lauvia.com!
What could be more appropriate for Christmas? This is a pleasant French brandy that shows notes of red fruit and barrel. At about $25 a bottle, it is a very good deal for a 10-year old brandy. (Good) This distilled
Editor’s note: We’re republishing this review from March 2003 because the old copy still gets so much reader traffic. Long ago, I tried a French beer. It was a disappointment. I recall asking someone else to taste it. He too thought it
Jean Jacques Litaud Domaine des Vielles Pierres, 2012 “vieilles vignes,” or “old vines” (Pouilly-Fuissé) by B.D. Fischer In John Guare’s great play Six Degrees of Separation Stockard Channing says that “everybody on this planet is separated by only six other people.
It is getting warm here in Washington, DC. Bye-bye heavy reds, hello chilled wines! We got this at Whole Foods for a little under $10. It did not disappoint. In fact, we’ll buy more of it next we can. (Rating: