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Instead of giving them a list to accompany each flight, I let tasters form opinions, make some assumptions and guess the grape before making the big reveal, something I thought would make the tasting more interactive. How would they react to one of the most sexy Vidal Blancs I’ve ever tasted without knowing it’s a hybrid? Would they pick out a Niagara Cabernet Franc from a cool year that lacks the overt bell pepper aroma they associate with it?
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11/25/2011 at 06:58 PM
If you're a golf fan, you can understand. You know the phrase "drive for show; putt for dough". There's basically a corrolary in chess. Opening's are fun, and students love to try out a variation of the Queen's Gambit as if they'd just bought a new Taylor Made driver. But you win the game at the end, by squeezing out a w with a king, rook and a pawn against your opponent's king and rook. It's not as sexy as the opening, but it's the core of the game, to some extent.
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04/12/2012 at 08:05 AM
I wished I lived in Oregon so I could see this film toignht! My oldest daughter is heading to Seattle to attend Bastyr College of Natural Medicine this fall I thought I'd let you know about a new service my organization just launched, Deep Green Classifieds (www.conservationrealestate.org). We're over here on the East Coast and we're a listing service for landowners that want to lease outdoor recreation rights to outdoor enthusiasts. The idea is to create revenue streams for private conservation efforts. I hope you'll help us. Thanks!
05/10/2012 at 07:21 AM
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