Mike – Beneath the Cork

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Beneath the Cork with Mike H. Assistant Liquor

What you need to know about wine

Mike is the Liquor Division Assistant Manager for Coborn’s and has a passion for wine. Traveling the world and always learning more, he loves sharing his passion with you in his blog.


Recent Blogs:

Not just good wine... a good cause

www.cobornsblog.com - Murphy Goode Homefront Red - Making wine and giving back!Anybody who has had the good fortune to spend time with Murphy-Goode winemaker Dave Ready Jr. knows that he likes to have fun while making outstanding wine.  Dave and Murphy-Goode have also always had a strong sense of giving back.  When the Operation Homefront partnership opportunity was presented to the winey while creating Murphy-Goode Homefront […]Read More »

A tour of Gloria Ferrer Winery

Beneath the Cork with Mike H. Assistant LiquorAdmittedly, when I sat down to dinner with Gloria Ferrer Executive Winemaker, Bob Iantosca, I did not know as much about his wines as I should have.  By the end of the night my only disappointment was that I had not encountered these wines sooner.  All of the wines I tasted were excellent, but for […]Read More »

Does the type of Wine Glass really make a difference?

Beneath the Cork with Mike H. Assistant LiquorYears ago when I was approached with the concept of wine glassware training I was very hesitant.  At the time it just seemed like another way to be “sold” something.  When it was all said and done all I could say was “Wow, what a difference the right glassware makes!” As I’ve learned in the […]Read More »

Weekly Ad Recipe - Lemon Pepper Steaks

www.cobornsblog.com - Lemon Pepper Steaks RecipeLemon Pepper Steak Ribeye has got to be one of the most perfect steaks for grilling.  We had company over the weekend and my husband who loves to grill made these steaks. They were awesome and the flavor of lemon pepper made these steaks mouth watering.  Enjoy…I did! – Jayne, Coborn’s Meat & Seafood Merchandiser […]Read More »

Why I love Pinot Noir

www.cobornsblog.com - Why I love Pinot NoirOregon wine country, by the standards of many other places, is small.  Although there are multiple American Viticultural Area’s in Oregon it is the Willamette Valley AVA that produces the lion’s share of Oregon’s wine.  From north to south it is 100 miles long and covers 3.3 million acres.  Of that space in 2011 there […]Read More »

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