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The Lost Distillery Company is bringing dead Scotches back to life.

Roger Morris

Fine winemakers strive to craft a wine that captures the true essence of their unique terroir that cannot be replicated elsewhere. In the same vein, good writers strive to weave a unique story of interest to the reader, which by law, should be not replicated elsewhere. Could I succeed at combining both concepts?  Or was I more seduced by wine than by words?

Nick O'Connell

I woke up on that Tuesday morning in Vaison la Romaine keenly aware that today was going to be hair cut day.  My hair had exploded overnight. I went to bed looking like myself and woke up looking like Marge Simpson.

Nick O'Connell

What if they sell out of those Carpentras strawberries before I get there? Will I have enough time to explore the stalls of seasonal produce? Seek out the local delicacy of Nyon olives?

Nick O'Connell

Searching for the soul of Vincent Van Gogh in St. Remy de Provence.

Nick O'Connell

Chef Richard Erickson of Blue Mountain Bistro Catering rediscovers the magic of Provence during a week-long travel, food and wine writing class in Vaison la Romaine, France

Nick O'Connell

Increasingly, new wineries are re-populating the mountains that ring this famous valley.

Roger Morris

The Riesling Rendezvous conference hosted by Ste. Michelle Wine Estates and Dr. Loosen presents the state of riesling around the world. Hot topics this year included climate change and increased riesling production in unexpected places.

Deborah Grossman

An immodest proposal to give Vino Nobile di Montepulciano a simpler identity.

Roger Morris