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Start a rhone revolution

If I had a dollar for each time I was asked what my favorite wine is, I’d be drinking much more expensive wine. Read more

Wine: The universal language

I joined 268 other campers from around the world for winery and vineyard tours, tastings, seminars, decadent meals and way too much wine. Read more

You can’t fake age

The first wine trade show I attended was a trip. The bustling ballroom was packed with the most influential food and beverage professionals in the state. Read more

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Back to basics

Look at most highly touted wine lists and you’ll see there is a homogenization that occurs at the top levels. Read more

Wine for all

I recently sat on a panel for a seminar that featured some amazing Champagne. Read more

Gateway wines and valentine’s

My story is probably a lot like most. Freshman year dorm party, in the throes of youth and experimentation and with an already ample buzz. Read more

Can’t-miss wines for thanksgiving

I had a childhood as typical as any kid’s and, in keeping with the values of Hawaii, was raised to believe that family time is important, especially during the holidays. Read more

The case for chardonnay

Last week, while in the midst of wine service at an event, a guest asked to summon the person responsible for pairing the wines, at which point, I introduce myself if they seem to be enjoying dinner, or the point in which discreetly I remove my nametag and lei. Read more

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