Brian Fry (Contact)
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“I have a passion for wine and food and just how great the two can be when properly paired together!” - Brian Fry
Title: President and Founder, Valley Vino Wine Club, whose mission is to bring valley wine and food lovers together at least twice a month at locally owned restaurants and clubs for a great evening of food and wine.
Experience: Five years as a Fine Wine Specialist for two distributors, including locally owned Ohio Wine and Beverage Company. Seven years restaurant experience including serving as Wine Steward for Avalon Golf and Country Club at Squaw Creek. Currently holds position of Wine Director for The Youngstown Club.
Once a month his wine and beer features will appear in The Vindicator. And on vindy.com, you can keep pace with Brian’s tastes and travels 24/7.
If you have a favorite wine, winery, beer, brewery, restaurant or club that you would like to see featured, just contact us.
Here are the top ten wines I tasted in 2013.
Here are my top 10 "best values" of 2013. All wines are priced at $10-$20.
The Churchill Commons Giant Eagle held their annual holiday wine and beer taste last week. It was by far the biggest and best they've had.
The traditional turkey dinner provides an incredibly long and diverse list of wine options for those hosting the family gathering. Here are a few of my favorites for this year.
I have long been a fan of Orin Swift's wines. Most people are familiar with "The Prisoner" red blend, which he sold the rights to in 2009, but his portfolio runs far deeper.
A recent holiday wine tasting provided an outstanding lineup of Cabs to choose from. Here's a look at my top 4.
Arnaldo-Caprai and other wineries in the Montefalco region are producing some impressive wines that are finding a foothold in the United States.
Ferrari-Carano is one of the most esteemed Napa Valley wineries. A recent tasting showed why.
The owners of The One Stop Mart in Liberty threw their first ever Oktoberfest party on Saturday.
Pumpkin beers have hit the store shelves and tap handles in our Valley. Here's a look at four that stood out from a recent tasting.