Tributes are pouring in from all over, however this one from David Glancy and the San Francisco Wine School is especially poignant given the recent tasting event they held in November with Steve Spurrier and Bartholemew Broadbent.

We really enjoy reading this wonderful 2015 interview graciously made available here:

San Francisco Wine School - article with Steven Spurrier

Fair winds and following seas.


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