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September 07, 2005

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» Notes from a Recent Wine and Chocolate Tasting from My Name is Kate
Last week, Roro and I attended a wine and chocolate tasting -- one of the Lifestyle Events put on by the LCBO (unfortunately, their calendar seems to remove an event once it has occured, so there isn't a current description). [Read More]

» Notes from a Recent Wine and Chocolate Tasting from My Name is Kate
Last week, Roro and I attended a wine and chocolate tasting -- one of the Lifestyle Events put on by the LCBO (unfortunately, their calendar seems to remove an event once it has occured, so there isn't a current description). [Read More]

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Thanks for dropping by. I too have generally thought of dessert wines as the dessert itself, but in this case, I think both parts gained from the combination.
Re the Western PA connection: the Saturday after next I am due to go on a day long PA wine-tasting trip with a friend, in the Lake Erie region. (It's a bus thing sponsored by WQED- the public radio station. )
As you can probably tell, I don't feel terribly confident writing about wine, but if I don't lose my nerve-I'll write it up!

Lindy,

My parents have visited those Erie vineyards several times over the years. I've never been overly impressed with the quality, but to be fair, I've not tried them in a few years either. I'd love to hear what you think about them.

Go Steelers!

Sparkling was a winner for us too. I expected out lates harvest reisling to match but it was a disappointment.

Sparkling was a winner for us too. I expected out late harvest reisling to match but it was a disappointment.

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