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If you've never tasted a Ken Wright Cellars Pinot Noir from Oregon, there's still time. Just don't delay. Right now there is a limited shipment of the 2013 Ken Wright Cellars Willamette Valley Pinot Noir circulating throughout Massachusetts, distributed exclusively by Winebow Boston.   Read More >>
 
On a recent trip to Italy, I spent a day cooking in a villa in the hills outside of Florence (do you hate me right now?). I felt like I was in my ultimate dream world, surrounded by vineyards, herb gardens, and of course sipping on local Chianti the whole time.   Read More >>
 
The 2004 movie hit "Sideways" is often given too much credit for advancing the popularity of Pinot Noir while having the opposite effect on Merlot. The fact is Pinot Noir sales in the United States and other parts of the world were already on the rise when the comedy came out.   Read More >>
 
Otter Creek's newest brewer, Mike Gerhart, has been known in the craft beer circuit for crafting some dangerously-dank Vermont IPAs of late, and this newest installment is certainly no slouch.   Read More >>
 
HARVARD -- The Harvard General Store, 1 Still River Road, will host its first Brew-haha on Saturday, April 11, 3-7 p.m. Festivities will include beer tastings, a home brewers competition, information on brewing and live music.   Read More >>
 
Five years for Clown Shoes... seems like just yesterday they released Hoppy Feet in its original form for their first anniversary. Though this technically isn't their "5th anniversary beer" (that honor goes to The Peace That Money Can't Buy, a bourbon barrel quadrupel), it's still close enough in certain respects that it feels like a second celebration for their fifth birthday.   Read More >>
 
Easter is a wonderful holiday. It brings together family in a renewal of spiritual and loving bonds and also ushers in the season of spring. The holiday meal for Christians (Passover seder for Jewish people) is always a welcome feast.   Read More >>
 
On Friday, April 3, the Jewish people will begin celebrating the Passover holiday. Recently Lowell attorney Phil Nyman inquired as to what Kosher wines are sold locally to accompany the holiday dinner, or seder.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- Navigation Brewing Company will hold its one year birthday bash on Saturday, April 4, noon-5 p.m. The event will feature craft beer, live music and international food provided by a Spiceventure Food truck parked outside.   Read More >>
 
Boulevard is not new to me at all, but their Tasting Room beers certainly are, as they're only available in mixed 12 packs. Luckily, someone broke one up and a this limited-edition oatmeal stout on the shelves at a local store, and I've actually never reviewed a Boulevard beer properly (I dealt with them on their collaboration with Sierra Nevada called Terra Incognita), so here we go!   Read More >>
 
 

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