A warm welcome to WineLoversPage.com contributor Donald A. Dibbern, who writes a monthly wine column for The Wine and Food Society of Oregon.
Professionally, he is a physician in Portland, and has been interested in wine for many years. His special interests in wine include creative food and wine matching, as well as wines from unusual varieties and regions. He also has a particular interest in dessert and sweet wines, German Riesling, New World wines made from Rhone varieties, and wines of the Pacific Northwest, especially Oregon Pinot Noir.
We're delighted to have Dr. Dibbern join us as a contributing writer, and look forward to hosting many of his columns. Please check in often for new reports.
- Lean Times and Leftover Wines
- Flying Blind on the Flight to Value
- Around the World of Wine, on a Tankful of Gas
- Beer Choices for Wine Drinkers
- Deconstructing Wine and Food Matching
- Something Old, Something New: South African Wine Tasting, Recent Releases & Cellar Gems
- Something Old, Something New: The Wines and Vines of South Africa
- Want to Be "Cool" with Wine?
- Decanting = Wine - Grit + Air
- Wine ABCs from Aligote to Zweigelt
- Wines for a Sweet Tooth
- When is a Toasted Buttered Apple Not an Apple?
- What's in a Glass?
- Ten wines (more or less) to try before you die
- A Taste of Oregon Terroir
- Wine Grapes and Grape-y Wines
- A Shock to the System
- Slow food?
- How wine ages
To contact Donald A. Dibbern Jr. directly, write him at firstname.lastname@example.org