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Can a Sommelier Be Trusted?

I'm just going to cut to the chase here. Paul Sullivan's ridiculous "Wealth Matters" column ("Reading Restaurant Wine Lists, for Blockbusters and Values") for the New York Times this week really...

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30 Years of Boulder Wine Merchant with Jeff Mathews

In this day and age, it’s hard to believe that there are still a handful of independently owned wine stores scattered around the U.S. Between the “big box” outfits and major...

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Happy Holidays from the Boulder Wine Merchant blog!

Happy holidays from the Boulder Wine Merchant blog! We really appreciate you being here, reading, and sharing. We've got lots of great content lined up for next year, including guest contributors. Stay tuned...

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Wow Them at Your Next Dinner Party

Interesting historical insights, expert tips, and delicious wine and food pairings from a Master Sommelier — straight to your inbox every month.

An Interview with Robert Bohr: What it Means to Be a Sommelier

Earlier this year, leading wine writer Elin McCoy called Robert Bohr (below right) one of “New York’s sommelier old guard.” His list at Charlie Bird, which he co-authors with another one...

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Boulder Wine Merchant’s Brett Zimmerman Heads to La Paulée de San Francisco, March 12-15

Boulder Wine Merchant's owner, Master Sommelier Brett Zimmerman, will be heading next week to California for the Paulée de San Francisco, the annual gathering of Burgundy producers and collectors, now...

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A German Masterclass with Matt Stamp, MS

Guild of Sommeliers 2013 Trocken German Masterclass

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Jeff’s First Trip To Napa, August 2012

I had never been to Napa Valley until I was invited by one of our purveyors to accompany him and a few other guests for a "tasting and buying" trip...

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Europe Revisited: A Racing Adventure

Quite some time has passed since I last raced a bike in Europe.  In fact, it’s been nearly a year since I broke my leg in the Giro d’Italia.  I...

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Frasca Food and Wine: Where Everyone Knows Your Name

I’m sure many of you have dined at Frasca Food and Wine over the years.  You know the layout and the efforts they put into promoting and showcasing Friulian cuisine...

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Home and Away: The Life of a Sommelier-To-Be

At this point in the year, my time spent traveling is starting to greatly out-weight my time spent at home.  Packing up my suitcase and leaving my wife behind never...

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