Tag Archives: Burgundy

Dini Rao

Though I’ve worked with wine in a number of capacities, I’ve had one obsession throughout my career: making other people fall in love with wine as much as I have. How can I help make wine a bigger part of… [Read more...]

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Janine Lettieri

Two weekends ago a dear friend from Santa Fe came to stay with me, and together we prepared this dish for guests. MaryAnn and I both worked at Le Bernardin, and both fell in love with Oeufs en Meurette (eggs… [Read more...]

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Eric Cowperthwaite

I am a huge Burgundy lover who has been recently converted to Oregon (Willamette Valley) Pinot Noir as a great New World approach to the grape. So, when I saw the [2003-2006 RR Ridgecrest Vineyards Pinot Noir Vertical] offer was… [Read more...]

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Janine Lettieri

Back when I was a sommelier at Fleur de Sel and then later at the Waverly Inn I liked to open wines from the list nightly to taste and share with the waitstaff. It was a way of educating as… [Read more...]

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Kara Newman

Have any summer trips planned? Even if wine’s your passion rather than profession, you can use the opportunity to learn more about it with just a bit of planning. According to Rajat Parr, wine director of the Mina Group and… [Read more...]

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