Monthly Archives: September 2011

Lemnos & Ribera del Duero

2010 Lemnos ‘Phelenoe’ Lemnos is a Greek island and also a red varietal, one of the oldest in the world. This is a dry white wine with no varietal indication (unless ‘Phelenoe’ is a varietal?). It cost thirteen bucks in … Continue reading

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Beef with Burgundy

Beef with Burgundy? No… well, maybe sometimes. For sure with Boeuf Bourguignon (Boof Boorg-win-yone, or thereabouts). The romantic mantra is that the foods and wines developed together in the same places and that they go together like death and taxes. … Continue reading

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Hand Picked Reflections

Hand Picked Reflections – I Think Therefore I Blog Hello, and thanks for visiting. I’m Dan Kravitz. My company is Hand Picked Selections and we sell wine in 46 states, as well as a dozen other countries. I’ve been drinking … Continue reading

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