The 2011 Maryland Governor’s Cup Wine Competition received over 150 entries. Ever wonder how these wines are rated? Find out in this week’s column by our wine editor Laurie Forster. Published August 22 2011
What’s in the name of a wine? Turns out more than you think. Find out why one winemaker had to change his name in order to avoid the beer police. Published August 10 2011
Love the Grape? Then Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica is your place. Find out how One Pico, their signature restaurant, can help you to embrace your inner oenophile. Published August 3 2011
Laurie Forster, The Wine Coach® is a wine educator, dynamic speaker and author of the award-winning book The Sipping Point: A Crash Course in Wine. Laurie was not born with a silver corkscrew in her mouth. In fact, growing up ...Read More
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