The remnants of our two-hour Riesling master class with Paul Grieco and Stuart Pigott today for the full staff of Hearth & Terroir. 25 Rieslings. Awesome. The 7th (and final) Summer of Riesling is coming…
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Just figured out the opening beer list for Terroir High Line. It’s on, people!
As part of our Hearth & Terroir all-hands-on-deck monthly Bordeaux tastings, the entire staff marched through the sunny streets of the East Village to gather in Hearth’s main dining room. It’s sort of like the pilgrims on Thanksgiving, but only with better wine. And no turkey. Oh, and no muskets. Well…maybe a few muskets. Today […]
We’ve sung Willie Nelson’s “On the Road Again” ten times more than the average Willie fan can muster in a 3-week period. It’s been an interesting transition being away from home this long. As each day is so dense, a week ends up feeling like a month. Learning traffic signs in the moment while zipping […]
Oude Geuze (lambic), Drie Fonteinen, Belgium (6.5% abv) Last night, one of my co-workers asked me what my favorite beer on our list is. I was paralyzed. Whoa, choose one? But these are my babies and they’re all unique in their own way! How could I possibly zero it down to one? I felt like […]