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The Cheeky Glass of Wine

05 August 2015 | by Andrea Frost
For something that exudes simplicity, the cheeky glass of wine is a deceptively complex drink. I can’t remember the number...

On Wine and Wondering

05 July 2015 | by Andrea Frost
Even though I spend a lot of time wandering in and wondering about nature, I confess I felt foolish being...

The Unexamined Wine

28 June 2015 | by Andrea Frost
Sometimes the simplest statements have the most complex meanings, while other times they mean exactly what they say. Many statements...
Writer and humorist Fran Lebowitz once wrote: “Great people talk about ideas, average people talk about things, and small people...
Just as wine without aromas is a rather dull drink, life without our senses engaged is much the same experience....

Wine as Company

07 March 2015 | by Andrea Frost
Occasionally I find drinking wine to be a perfectly good substitute for the company of people. I am aware this...

On Wine and Walking

14 November 2014 | by Andrea Frost
I do hope that all roads lead to the top of the mountain, even the ones that meander through wine...

When Wine Stops Words

01 October 2014 | by Andrea Frost
I cannot drink wine while writing and write anything worth reading. This feels like an appalling oversight from whoever assigned...

A Moment In Wine

14 August 2012 | by Andrea Frost
It was 1999 and – for various reasons that I now understand to be a lifelong curiosity with things in...
She reminded me of a request she made in a bar in London last year, after I returned invigorated by...
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