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's a review of five big and bold reds I enjoyed during a recent round of tasting.
South America is the land of opportunity for value wine buyers these days. Here's a look at some wines featured at an upcoming local event.
Blends are more popular than ever right now with Valley wine drinkers. Here are five all stars from a recent round of tastings.
Bill Myers, the Owner of White Oak Winery, will host a Wine Tasting at Station Square Ristorante on Thursday April 10th.
A recent event featured a 25 year-old Champagne and three older vintages of Beringer Private Reserve Cabernet.
My recent visit to Rombauer was one I looked forward to with great anticipation. Their wines and hospitality exceeded all expectations.
The ride up Montebello Drive to the Ridge Winery in Cupertino, CA was both thrilling and dangerous. What we found at the top made the trip well worth it.
A recent trip to Fat Heads Brewery and Saloon in North Olmstead was an amazing celebration of beer, food and friends.
Wine Academy: A Napa / Sonoma Wine Adventure is attracting a lot of wine enthusiasts to Avalon at Squaw Creek this week.
Here's a look at five excellent French wines and some tips for reading and understanding French wine labels.