The Academic Wino Takes a Mini-Vacation

Hello, readers of The Academic Wino!

I am off on a mini-vacation this week (just barely dodged the east coast earthquake by a couple of hours) to see my beloved baby sister get married, so I will not be posting as much as I’d like to be this week.  I’m hoping to be back on schedule next week, though could potentially post a review later this week if I have time.

In the meantime, feel free to look back on some of my older posts.  I’ve included some links in this post for you, to get you started.


Wine Making: Oak Barrels vs. Oak Chips:  The Showdown

Taste/Flavor: Does Serving Temperature Effect the Perception of Flavor and Fault Intensity in Wine?

Health:  Moderate Champagne Consumption is Linked to Improved Cardiovascular Health

Economics/Politics(maybe): Does Raising Taxes on Alcohol Save Lives?

Fun:  Tempting Fate: Le Marathon du Medoc

The Sisters, Xmas 2010.  L-R: Amanda, Jessica, me, Sarah (BRIDE, who will hate me for posting this), Marissa

I am not a health professional, nor do I pretend to be. Please consult your doctor before altering your alcohol consumption habits. Do not consume alcohol if you are under the age of 21. Do not drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly!

2 comments for “The Academic Wino Takes a Mini-Vacation

  1. Sarah
    August 24, 2011 at 1:09 pm

    Ohh, I don't hate you, although there *are* more flattering shots of me from that particular photo shoot 🙂
    Love you!

  2. Sierra
    February 22, 2012 at 7:42 am

    Hmm, good job with the earthquake dodging. This is a whole lot of late but I hope you had a great time and congratulations to your baby sister. Thanks to this entry I got to read the post about the champagne research. I’d say the sample size is not large enough to be conclusive but I really would love to find out that it is true so that I’ll have even more excuses to indulge myself on some bubbly.

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