Monthly Archive: April 2011
A campaign Callaway launched ruffled some feathers, however: “White Wine Is All We Make”. Joe says the German winemaker Callaway had at the time was trained in whites, primarily Riesling and the reds he produced weren’t so good. The inside joke at the time was “white wine is all they know how to make.”
The emphasis here is on slowing the pace of life, winding back the clock to an earlier time. When you approach the tasting room, you get the feeling you could be in Europe. A bright red exterior with striped awnings and the words Rhône, Bordeaux, Bourgogne, Dijon, Marseilles and others beckon you to enter.
We adjourned to the deck under the shade of avocado trees and ate sandwiches and enjoyed more of Fallbrook Winery’s tasty offerings.
In the fall of 2010 I joined a group of journalist from the International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association (IFWTWA) to see firsthand how Alabama’s Gulf Coast was doing following a massive oil spill earlier that year. We breathed a collective sigh of relief when we saw how white the beaches were and tasted [...]
Best food of the day honors has to go to Gershon Bachus for bringing in Adrian from Sorrel who did a Chermoula roasted pork shank over almond cherry cous cous. It was also a treat to see Robert Renzoni singing Neil Young’s “Old Man” with Phil Goddard of Blue Sutra. Enjoy a few photographic memories.