Category Archives: Château Milon

Pardon, monsieur, but is your “favoritisme” showing?

One question people often ask me at tastings is why first vine wines are mostly from France. The reason is partly luck, or fate, whatever you want to call it.  I had a friend who was married to a man … Continue reading

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Wine and Cheese Redux

Maybe it’s because we’re just a tad touchy about the elitist brie and chardonnay liberal thing, but sometimes the thought of having people over for a wine and cheese party just seems so … Alan Alda.  Or Volvo driving. Not to mention … Continue reading

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Brain Freeze

When it’s hot out – like it is these days – you want something cold to drink.  The colder the better.  Bring on the iced mugs of beer, iced tea, and lemonade.  Or the soda that’s cold enough to freeze … Continue reading

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