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A “Sommelier Wine”?

March 21st, 2017   |   By By Edward M. Korry, CHE CSS CWE, Department Chair at Johnson & Wales University Those of us in the wine trade or wine education frequently...

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Spirit Amari & Cocktail Bitters

March 28, 2016 By Edward M. Korry, CHE, CSS, CWE, Associate Professor, Department Chairman at Johnson & Wales University and President of SWE In the last quarter’s issue, I provided a...

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Summer Dalliances

By Ed Korry, CHE, CSS, CWE, president of SWE and department chair at Johnson & Wales University Hopefully, the sun is out and the dog days of the summer are upon us as you read this...

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Wines with Altitude (or Attitude)

By Edward M. Korry CHE CSS CWE This article is a little different in the sense that it suggests that wines made from grapes grown in fairly high altitude, no matter the region, have a...

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Alexander Valley’s Crown Jewels

I had my first taste of an Alexander Valley AVA wine several decades ago, in the ‘80s, while managing a restaurant. I remember it as if it were last week. It was a Rodney Strong Vineyards’...

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An American in Tuscany

While there is no doubt that several historical personalities have played a key role in the evolution of Brunello di Montalcino’s worldwide reputation, arguably none has been as significant...

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Sicilian Wine Treats

Marsala wine sales have dropped rather precipitously in recent decades, there has been a concomitant rise of promising stars reflecting the potential for Sicily to become one of Europe’s...

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Sticky Business

Australian wines called “stickies.” The term refers to a particular classification of sweet, even unctuous Australian wines that barely measure a blip in wine press. Yet these wines have...