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Bookish Inbox / Outbox
Find out what's on the revolving merry-go-round of my TBR pile with this fun Inbox/Outbox post at Book Riot.
Bookish Inbox / Outbox
Bookish Inbox / Outbox
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Meritage, the Newest Word in Wine
If you enjoy drinking Bordeaux wines, meritage (pronounced like "heritage") is a new blend you should look out for. Made mainly by California wineries, meritage is made from classic Bordeaux grape varieties, producing delicious wines at every price level . ...
Meritage, the Newest Word in Wine
Meritage, the Newest Word in Wine
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The Rocky Mountain Land Library
The Cook’s House on Buffalo Peaks Ranch, home to the Rocky Mountain Land Library. Photo by Michael Ciaglo. Located on a 19th-century ranch in South Park, Colorado, The Rocky Mountain Land Library is one of the most quixotically awesome libraries in the US ,...
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The Rocky Mountain Land Library
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Champagne's Other Wines
A village with vineyards in Champagne, France. Photo by Phillip Carter via Wikimedia Commons . Champagne is one of the most well-branded wine regions in the world. The very name "Champagne" is synonymous with sparkling, effervescent wine. But the bubbles in...
Champagne's Other Wines
Champagne's Other Wines
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JAPAN STYLE at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center
19th-century Hagoita or badmitten paddle from the collection of Gregory Howell. What are the essential characteristics of Japanese art? According to recent exhibition at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, Japan Style , it's the way the Japanese elevate the f...
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South African Wine: The Basics
In the US, South African wine is mysterious to even the most well-versed oenophiles. From their labeling system to the names of their grape varieties, South African wine follows its own rules. Luckily I'm here to make the learning curve easier with this int...
South African Wine: The Basics
South African Wine: The Basics
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Diverse Historical Romances
Tired of the same old historical romances? Fear not! I'm here to shake you out of your historical romance rut with a list of awesome books featuring characters of color , not to mention unusual settings and time periods. It's guaranteed to put some diversit...
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Diverse Historical Romances
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Vermouth 101
You probably know vermouth as a mixer in classic cocktails like martinis and manhattans, but what exactly is vermouth? The answer is a wine! Vermouth is an aromatized wine with a long history and a dizzying number of varieties . I tell you more about vermou...
Vermouth 101
Vermouth 101
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MI TIERRA at the Denver Art Museum
Gabriel Dawe’s Plexus no. 36 Currently on view at the Denver Art Museum is Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Space , an exhibit of original installation pieces from Latino/a artists. These remarkable pieces comment on race, gender, politics, and histo...
MI TIERRA at the Denver Art Museum
MI TIERRA at the Denver Art Museum
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All About Sake
Sake is to Japan what wine is to France and scotch is to Scotland: it’s considered the country’s national drink. Yet there’s so much more to sake than the hot, clear liquor most Americans only drink at Japanese restaurants. Sake can be refined, savory, and ...
All About Sake
All About Sake
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