Massachusetts Beverage Business


Red Wine Delivering

Article by: Harvey Finkel, MD - Recent research has demonstrated that some of the polyphenols of wine appear to extend life span by mechanisms new to us. Maybe Ponce de Leon should have sought the fountain of youth in the vineyards of [...] Read More »

Tuscans Returning

Article by: Bill Nesto, MW - Tuscany's 2OO4 vintage now rests quietly in containers of steel, oak and concrete. In February 2OO5, at a series of tastings organized in Tuscany by the consortiums of Chianti Classico, Montepulciano and Montalcino, I sipped barrel [...] Read More »

People Loving Chardonnay

Article by: Sandy Block, MW - The idea even seems a bit quaint. Having recently sat on a blind tasting panel composed mainly of sommeliers from around the world, I can report that it's not a popular grape among many of the [...] Read More »

Ray McNeill Being Ray McNeill

Article by: Andy Crouch - Ask a brewer in New England for a Ray McNeill story and prepare to either be uplifted or appalled. On one hand, stories abound of his generosity to other brewers, with heaping contributions of freely given [...] Read More »

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