Author - Edward Korry


Wine Service Challenges

A number of restaurant wine experiences in the past six months gave rise to this article. Complaints about the level or quality of service are nothing new, especially as it becomes...


Rhum Agricole

by Edward M. Korry, CHE, CSS, CWE, Department Chair at Johnson & Wales University


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...


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...


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...


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...


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’...