Category: Wine Musings

Weekly Wine Sips 47

It was a pretty fun week last week as I had the opportunity to taste through our rieslings with Staci (our winemaker) learn a number of new procedures and also practice sniffing after doing a copper drop test. I am typing up a whole bunch of notes from the past couple months and going to […]

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Weekly Wine Sips 43

Topics are all over the place this week.  Just like my attention span. It’s been a week of clearing out bottles I don’t really want to drink, half consumed or that were for learning new wine regions. Although the sauvignon blanc is still mocking me in my fridge ( I haven’t learned to appreciate it […]

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A Good Wine, A Wine Without Faults

I can’t stop obsessing about defining what makes a good wine and why people drink the wines that they drink. These are two separate yet related questions. My goal is for my readers to leave with more questions rather than pretending I have all the answers.   Who defines what makes makes a wine good […]

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Winesterr One Year Anniversary. New Year New Direction

Winesterr is one year old! Originally started as a knee jerk reaction to wanting to work in a new industry. The original iteration of Winesterr as a drop ship business was a complete flop, especially after my website was hacked and I had to delete it in entirety.  Maybe it would have worked if I […]

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Wine Value vs. Wine Which is A Good Value

    It seems like all we talk about and think about many days is money. Money or price is often the way we assign values to objects, experiences, even our own sense of worth (how much we earn, what we own). Taking the pay cut to stay home during the week with my daughter […]

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