It was a gorgeous day, so while visiting the Kitchen Next Door some Al Fresco dining was a must. To eat, I ordered their daily special- a meatball hoagie and decided to pair it with … Continue reading The Kitchen Next Door for Wine?
On the subject of wine, I am on the receiving end of the same questions over and over again. The first, not surprisingly, is: “what is your favorite wine?” The answer is fluid, pun intended. … Continue reading Tasting the Town (for free)
Each November in Burgundy, France, is a charity event known as the Hospices de Beaune, which is likely the greatest wine celebration in the world. Over the course of the weekend is the Clos Vougeot … Continue reading A Crash Course to the Burgundy Wine Fest
If I received a dollar for every time I heard or read the term “sustainable,” I could probably make a living just walking around Boulder and reading the blurbs found on grocery store walls and … Continue reading The Second Kitchen- A Paradigm Shift in the Sustainable Food Model
Editors Note: This is a sneak peak of The Second Kitchen Food Co-op set to open next week. Stay tuned for a piece next week detailing their grand opening! Kickstarter projects range from purely philanthropic … Continue reading Second Kitchen Food Co-op Opening in Boulder Next Week
Without too much fanfare, Somm, a documentary following the quest of four Master Sommelier candidates, opened at the Denver Film Center yesterday. The only scheduled showings at this point are this Saturday and Sunday only! … Continue reading Somm Documentary Out Now
The last few days of scorching heat make it hard to believe it has barely been a month since we got a foot of snow. The Farmers Market is in full swing, getting a patio … Continue reading Rosé Season is Here!
Editor’s Note: this is the first in a series of reviews of local wine lists by EDB’s new wine writer, Beau Hoffman. The use of oak in wine is no doubt a polarizing subject in … Continue reading The Wine of Oak: Sound as a Barrel