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The Drunken Cyclist by The Drunken Cyclist - 23h ago

Sebastian is my ten-year old and he says some of the funniest things–we have no idea where he gets his material since his mother and I are rather boring, serious people.  Growing up, I was a sports fanatic in the …
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Last year, I reviewed several higher end Proseccos to consider for holiday celebrations. The following is an update of that article with several more wines currently available…. Before I started writing this blog, I had a love/hate relationship with Prosecco. …
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This January 12th marks the seventh anniversary of this blog. The genesis of this site was not the desire to receive free wine, however, it was the simple aspiration to combine two activities that I find particularly enjoyable: writing and …
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This past year, I was invited to attend VinItaly, which is the largest convention for Italian wines in the world. It is held every Spring in Verona, Italy, which just might be my favorite Italian city that is not located …
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Over the course of a week, I taste a bunch of wine, usually with friends, and almost always with my wife.  Here are some of the wines we tasted over the past few weeks. These are wines that were not sent as …
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The Drunken Cyclist by The Drunken Cyclist - 1w ago

Sebastian is my ten-year old and he says some of the funniest things–we have no idea where he gets his material since his mother and I are rather boring, serious people.  After returning from camp this summer, Seba was unpacking …
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