Monthly Archives: May 2016

Time to Check in – Czech Wines – James Melendez

Czech wines unfortunately take a back seat not because they are not good—beer is a monolith—Czech Republic is known as being a very large producer of beer and of course the largest per capita consumption of beer anywhere. Wine is … Continue reading

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Polish Wines Ready to be Tasted – James Melendez

I came to Poland with no expectation for wine or more precisely Polish wine. There is a belief that wine grapes (Vitis vinifera) do not exist in northerly climates like Poland. The belief or misperception is that Poland is both … Continue reading

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James the Wine Guy’s Value Proposition 2016

Value and social media is a rare topic and I cannot recall seeing such an article before (though it probably exists somewhere).  Being a wine writer, journalist, videographer, and judge it makes me wonder why this isn’t a bigger topic. … Continue reading

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