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By Greg B. There’s something primal, yet sophisticated about grilling a whole fish. You have access to fire, the outdoors, and the thrill of the fishing expedition (*disclaimer* not that I caught this particular fish). And you serve the whole … Continue reading
By Greg B. Last year I was privy to a wonderful event which opened my eyes (and palate) to wines from the Zuccardi family, in Argentina. The put such great effort and show such pride in their wonderful wines, it’s … Continue reading
By Greg B. A little while ago I was fortunate enough to attend an event featuring Santa Julia’s wines from the Zuccardi family, as well as a 4 course meal of pairings. This all sounds standard, but I had the … Continue reading
Join Michael Mohammadi and Greg Bissonette for a tasting of two great value wines for the summer!