Monthly Archives: February 2017

Wine and Basel B Chocolates – James Melendez

I love beautiful things and especially if they have a dynamic flavour.  I know that I am not unusual in being an appreciator of the finer things in life.  But it is hard to find fine art and food united … Continue reading

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Locations I and P 4 Wines – James Melendez

I recently tasted these two locations wines: Locations I Wine 4 NV  This is a composition of Negroamaro, Nero d’Avola and Barbera from Italy. Scent characteristics: blackberry, cassis, leather, fruit orchard during autumn, and dates. Flavor characteristics: Black cherry, earth, red pepper, … Continue reading

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Kaizen and Champagne – James Melendez

Kaizen loosely transliterated means ‘improvement’ or the literal transliteration is ‘change for better’ from the Japanese. I have been in the business world for quite some time and have found a fondness for Kaizen…. Who has ever said Kaizen and … Continue reading

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