Marco Pasanella's life is filled with more drama than most of us experience, and no doubt there is ripe material for a book. The problem with Uncorked is that it suffers from an identity crisis. Is it a memoir?...
A look at how Oregon Pinot Noir isn't just for red wine anymore.
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Even after more than forty years as a winegrower, Stuart (Stu) Smith still finds his happiness in the vineyards. “There is just something to playing with a product in the dirt, and then having it at dinner,” he gushes
Quick—what do a former aerospace engineer, a computer tech industry entrepreneur, and a trained geologist who spent most of his career traversing the globe to find rare earth substances all have in common?
Today's labels include the alcohol percentage, sometimes a little tasting note or some generic information on the winery—and more often than not the "contains sulfites" statement. Is this really enough or does the consumer want more information?