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Kulers Uncorked: The Grenache That Stole Christmas

1:46 am Dec. 23, 2016

(With serious apologies to Theodor Geisel)

Every somebody in the wine biz liked grenache a lot,
But a lot of regular folks in America did not.

It wasn’t because they couldn’t find it in their local wine

Kulers Uncorked: Two Look At Pairing

12:01 am Sep. 1, 2016

Lim focuses on the textural side of things.

“Textures affect how our palates perceive flavors,” Lim said. “Take, for example, water in solid versus liquid form. In liquid form, it’s simply water as we know it.

Kulers Uncorked: Uruguay Is Hot For Cool Wines

4:12 pm Aug. 9, 2016

Just because the scorching August sun has melted the Naugahyde seats of your mint AMC Pacer doesn’t mean you can’t soothe your sorrows with a nice glass of wine, right?

Trendsetter that you are,

Kulers Uncorked: One Red For Summer

6:14 pm Jul. 14, 2016

If you’re like me, an overfed, long-winded wine writer, you get this question a lot: “What’s your favorite wine?”  

I have a pat, well-reasoned argument that eloquently touches on the pitfalls of having a

Kulers Uncorked: Martin Ray, Please Take A Bow

4:30 pm Jul. 14, 2016

The renowned American philosopher Malcom Rebennack once said: “I been in the right place, but it must have been the wrong time.” And so it was for the once great — heck, I’ll say it,

Kulers Uncorked: Gil Wins The Lottery

9:58 am May. 26, 2016

450), of course, and I do like those Bouchard La Montrachets ($550). Oh, and why not a Kongsgaard Chardonnay from Napa Valley ($150)?

(EDITOR’S NOTE: Gil, you misread the memo. It said you misspelled “octopus” and