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'Zilla Wine and Tunes Pairing

The two essential elements of the CORKZILLA experience – Wine and music – in a pairing. Our signature feature will continue in 2013, but we've decided to take a break from the grind of producing thoughtful pairings on a monthly basis. Please look for an archive page highlighting our pairings from the past coming soon. Cheers!

What We're Listening to

Keith Richards, "Crosseyed Heart," Republic Records

Gary Clark Jr., "The Story of Sonny Boy Slim," Warner Brothers Records

Warren Haynes Featuring Railroad Earth, "Ashes and Dust," Concord Records

Jason Isbell, "Something More Than Free," Southeastern Records

Phish, "Live Bait Vol. 11" (free digital download)

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, "Chasing Yesterday," Sour Mash Records

Neil Young, "On the Beach," Reprise Records

Massive Attack, "Protection," Circa Records

D'Angelo and the Vanguard, "Black Messiah," RCA Records

Brokedown in Bakersfield, "Live!," Little Sur Records

Ryan Adams, "Ryan Adams," Pax-Am Records

Rich Robinson, "The Ceaseless Sight," The End Records

Jack White, "Lazaretto," Third Man Records

The Wayne Shorter Quartet, "Without a Net," Blue Note Records

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A Celebration of Wine at the SFMOMA

By Ben Heskett

A quick note on an interesting “How Wine Became Modern” exhibit at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in advance of it closing on Apr. 17 – Time to get a visit on the calendar!

It’s an interesting exhibition, offering a good overview of wine basics, as well as the designs that wine inspires. I’ve been slow on the draw and only recent found the time to check it out.

A lot has been written about the exhibit. One of the best reviews can be found in the San Francisco Chronicle.

It’s a fun walk through. Though much of the exhibit reviews the events and characteristics of wine that are known to many oenophiles, the presentation of key moments – such as the famed 1976 Judgment of Paris – and elements that make wine so fun only underscores the beauty of an exceptional bottle, or a particularly striking vista at a vineyard.

Let us know what you think of the exhibit…

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