Monthly Archives: April 2011

The stars of the American Rhône

Perhaps with the economic recovery imminent, it’s appropriate to paraphrase Charles Dickens, and refer to the past few years as the best and worst of times. This is not meant to disrespect the all-too-real financial hardship, the French Revolution and … Continue reading

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NoMI’s Aaron Sherman: A sommelier’s sonorous service

To be a wine director or sommelier at a critically acclaimed restaurant or plush steak house sounds great to the ear. But those who practice this finely honed skill know it can be exhilarating and grueling, too – often on the same night. One table raves … Continue reading

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