Kermit Lynch Wines

April 8, 2010

There is a brief article on Kermit Lynch, the wine importer from Berkeley (actually Albany, CA) who has done a great job bringing reasonably-priced, excellent French and Italian wines to the American market. When in doubt and looking for nice earthy reds this is where we turn. The wines are usually in the $15-$20 range. The Woodland Wine Merchant always has a large selection. You can sometimes find them for a slightly better price at Frugal MacDoogal.

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2 Responses to “Kermit Lynch Wines”

  1. David Says:

    Hi: We ane in town for some weeeks with a relative in hospital and noticed your trips and wonder which Thai are the best and does Nashville support a good dim sum sunday place, thanks, DC

  2. pickledandfried Says:

    Hi David,

    Our favorite Thai place in town is Smiling Elephant. It’s a nice, cozy place that’s family run. At times, they can be a bit slow with the service, but it’s worth it if you’re not in a rush. Info and write up is here: https://pickledandfried.wordpress.com/2010/01/03/another-new-thai-place-in-nashville/.

    In terms of dim sum, there’s a new restaurant called the Lucky Bamboo, which is the only possibility in town. We’ve been there a few times, including one morning for dim sum. We weren’t impressed, though others have taken a liking to it–or at least their effort, because there’s really no Chinese option in town. Info here: https://pickledandfried.wordpress.com/2010/02/22/dim-sum-in-nashville-at-the-lucky-bamboo/

    Hope your relative has a speedy recovery.

    Best,
    Pickled and Fried


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