Monday, January 15, 2018

A Sparkling Explosion in Terroir Review

Meg Houston Maker has reinvented her blog as Terroir Review, writing:
"As the site approached the ten-year mark, I decided it was time to refocus the publication, digging deeper into questions of nature, culture, food, and place. The site has been rechristened Terroir Review. Part literary journal, part food magazine, the publication considers terroir-driven foods and the people who make them. In addition to wine and cheese, look for expanded coverage of foods that are especially expressive of place, like chocolate, coffee, olive oil, honey, and more. Stories honor the producers and their culinary traditions, plus the landscapes from which they pull their improbable feasts."

Maker has focused on three sparkling wines from Shiverick Imports - Bernard Remy "Carte Blanche" Champagne, Marie-Pierre Manciat Crémant de Bourgogne, and Vignoble des 2 Lunes "Comète" Crémant d'Alsace. We are happy and proud to be included in Maker's new endeavor and look forward to a bright future!

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