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Hooray for Beaujolais!

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This region hasn't always had the best reputation, and if you think the wine comes as jugs of thin, insipid juice that they truck out with forced smiles just as it's getting inappropriately cold in jny: Paris, well, sometimes it does. But Beaujolais Nouveau just isn't worth the calories, darling. Spend some time instead exploring the ...

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Chenin Blanc from the Loire

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The wild Loire river runs from the Atlantic ocean deep into France's center, and there is beautiful, diverse, and historically under-appreciated wine throughout its entire length. But the middle section, from Angers to the city of Tours, is where Chenin Blanc rules. A varietal with a real talent for expressing the land, it sucks up available ...

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Wine Club Selections: July 2004

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Each month we'll pair two recent jazz CDs with the latest releases from the AAJ Wine Club . This month we're pairing Rancho Sisquoc Winery's Cabernet Sauvignon with Moacir Santos's Ouro Negro and Cosentino Winery's Meritage White with George Shearing's Like Fine Wine. For more information about how you can taste these and ...

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Wine Club Selections: June 2004

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Each month we'll pair two recent jazz CDs with the latest releases from the AAJ Wine Club . This month we're pairing Fess Parker's Mackie's Blend Central Coast Syrah with The Frank & Joe Show's 33 1/3 and Lange Winery's Pinot Blanc with David Hazeline's Close To You. Fess Parker Mackie's Blend Central Coast ...

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Wine Club Selections: May 2004

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Each month we'll pair two recent jazz CDs with the latest releases from the AAJ Wine Club . This month we're pairing Quivira's Zinfandel with Andy Bey's American Song and Zaca Mesa Vineyards's Santa Ynez Valley Chardonnay with Mark Isaacs's Keeping The Standards. For more information about how you can taste these and other delicious wines ...

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Wine Club Selections: February 2004

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Each month we'll pair two recent jazz CDs with the latest releases from the AAJ Wine Club . This month we're pairing Zenaida Cellars' Estate Merlot with Jim Ridl's Door In A Field and Clos LaChance's Chardonnay with Abbey Lincoln's It's Me. For more information about how you can taste these and other delicious wines from ...

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Wine Club Selections: January 2004

Read "Wine Club Selections: January 2004" reviewed by Michael Ricci


Each month we'll pair two recent jazz CDs with the latest releases from the AAJ Wine Club . This month we're pairing Pretty-Smith's Cabernet Sauvignon with the Moutin Reunion Quartet's Red Moon and Louis M. Martini's Folle Blanche with Tierney Sutton's Dancing in the Dark. For more information about how you can taste these and other ...

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Mutt Lynch's 2000 Portrait Of A Mutt Goes With Ramsay Midwood's Shoot Out At The OK Chinese Restaurant

Read "Mutt Lynch's 2000 Portrait Of A Mutt Goes With Ramsay Midwood's Shoot Out At The OK Chinese Restaurant" reviewed by David Ginochio


The other day on the way home from work I stopped into the grocery store to pick up a few odds and ends, and made the inevitable side trip to the wine aisle. A wine label featuring a somewhat abstract photomontage of a dog, along with a rather cutesy, dog specific slogan, definitely inspired the “too ...


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