Interviews - 

2-19-2016 - Interview with Mike Morin and Silverstone Living

10-13-2016 - Interview with The Wine'ing Gourmets

Mike Morin & Silevrstone Living -
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The Wineing Gourmets Interview -
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December 13, 2018

Just West of Colmar, on the northern French and German border lies the walled Medieval Village of Turckheim.  Dark timber-framed buildings with plaster walls and pastel colored facades line the narrow roads leading out of the old city and west toward the eastern slopes...

December 13, 2018

It happens every year.  The hysteria seems to begin earlier and earlier with each passing autumn.  The lovers begin their social media posts as early as August first.  Hot on their heels are protesters, haters, doubters, and the indifferent.  Marketing agencies and pro...

December 13, 2018

 Friday November 16th

The Colby Hill Inn sits on five acres of scenic property in Henniker, just a short drive outside of Concord NH.

In the intimate setting of their elegant country dining space,  The Grazing Room, Chef Bruce Barnes uses locally and regionally sourced f...

February 6, 2018

Do you embrace or eschew Valentine’s Day?​​

Many people believe Valentine’s Day is no more than a Hallmark card holiday, invented by the greeting card and confections industries. There is some real history to the sentiments of the day. The celebration of love each Febru...

November 7, 2017

It would be a bit like preaching to the choir for us to tell northeast wineries about the numerous challenges around getting placement of their wines on an on premise (restaurant) menu, as they have the same challenges as a distributor on a daily basis. The one differe...

October 27, 2017

Meet the Americans. No, I’m not talking about California cult cabs or Pinot Noir from the Willamette
Valley. I mean real American wines, grown from native and hybrid cultivars. European vinifera grapes
have been coming to the United States for centuries now. They are t...

September 6, 2017

When was the last time you sipped on a wine from a New England winemaker? New England Uncorked has, since its founding in 2012, maintained a mission to expose wine enthusiasts to the offerings available in the Northeast region of the U.S. and Canada, and specifically f...

July 19, 2016

What is Marquette?

I am asked this almost every time I pour Marquette wine. Not a lot is known in NH about the Marquette grape. After all, it hasn’t really been around that long. Marquette is a red wine grape that was released for planting by the University of Minnesota...

April 26, 2016


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