The Hedonistic Taster: Exotic + Sparkling Wine Holiday Edition

The Hedonistic Taster Exotic + Sparkling Wine Holiday Edition by L.M. Archer “Wine should not be regarded simply as a beverage, but as an art of living, a pleasure.” – Henri Jayer The Hedonistic Taster provides an intimate format for sharing industry trade sample tasting notes with readers. Please enjoy this Exotic Wines Holiday edition, showcasing bubbles […]

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Happy Holidays!

Joyeux Noël | Buon Natale | Feliz Navidad  | God Jul ! As this year ends, I thought it appropriate to share with you a recap of the professional work I’ve been privileged to produce  in 2018: The Gorge Magazine: Sparkling Wine  winebusiness.com: The Family Coppola Acquires Vista Hills Vineyard in Oregon’s Dundee Hills SevenFiftyDaily: […]

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My Latest in South Bay Accent Magazine: Happy Howlidays

My latest in South Bay Accent Magazine: Happy Howlidays Take your four-legged loved ones with you to these posh, fur-friendly destinations. by L.M. Archer Looking for a little escape this holiday season? You’re not alone. So is the dog. Read full article here in the December 2018 – January 2019 issue of South Bay Accent […]

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The Hedonistic Taster: Troon Vineyard

  The Hedonistic Taster Troon Vineyard – Applegate Valley, Oregon by L.M. Archer “Wine should not be regarded simply as a beverage, but as an art of living, a pleasure.” – Henri Jayer The Hedonistic Taster provides an intimate format for sharing industry trade sample tasting notes with readers. Please enjoy this edition featuring Troon Vineyard, a biodynamic […]

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My Latest in The Gorge Magazine: Sparkling Wines

My latest in The Gorge Magazine: Sparkling Wine: Gorge Wines offer an enticing  array of bubbly selections. by L.M. Archer While the Columbia Gorge doesn’t name its winds, as do some Old World wine regions, winds nonetheless define the wine region. Here, breezes careen, cascade, and collide in kinetic intensity, banshees of brute force unwilling […]

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The Hedonistic Taster: French-Style Season #Winophiles

The Hedonistic Taster French-Style Season by L.M. Archer “Wine should not be regarded simply as a beverage, but as an art of living, a pleasure.” – Henri Jayer The Hedonistic Taster provides an intimate format for sharing industry trade sample tasting notes with readers. Please enjoy this December French #Winophiles edition, showcasing “French-Style Season” Wines offered this […]

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The Hedonistic Taster: Willamette Valley Holiday Edition

The Hedonistic Taster Willamette Valley Holiday Edition by L.M. Archer “Wine should not be regarded simply as a beverage, but as an art of living, a pleasure.” – Henri Jayer The Hedonistic Taster provides an intimate format for sharing industry trade sample tasting notes with readers. Please enjoy this special holiday edition, showcasing the wines of Oregon’s […]

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My latest in Wine Business: ¡Salud! Oregon Pinot Noir Wine Auction Raises More Than $1 Million for Vineyard Worker Healthcare Foundation

¡Salud! Oregon Pinot Noir Wine Auction Raises More Than $1 Million for Vineyard Worker Healthcare Foundation The two-day event and auction raised a record amount for the Tuality Healthcare Foundation. by L.M. Archer Dundee, OR. – The Oregon wine community raised $1,055,000 at the 2018 ¡Salud! Premiere Oregon Pinot Noir Wine Auction this year, exceeding […]

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My Latest in Wines & Vines Magazine: Domestic Sparkling Wine Finds Its Identity

Domestic Sparkling Wine Finds Its Identity Winemakers on both coasts of the U.S. describe their processes in producing méthode champenoise wine By L. M. Archer While many in the wine trade consider Champagne the “king of wines and wine of kings,” more consumers increasingly regard sparkling wine as its equally regal offspring. Astute Champagne houses […]

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