George Heritier

George Heritier
Gang of Pour co-founder, George Heritier says, “I’m not a wine critic, but I play one on the Internet”  He has been a lover of fine wines for many years and actively involved in the retail wine industry since 1999. You’ll sometimes find him on Internet wine forums as Bastardo or geo t.

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GEORGE’S ARCHIVE FOR THIS BLOG MAY BE FOUND HERE

GEORGE’S ARCHIVE FROM THE ORIGINAL SITE:

Tasting Notes from the Underground – November 2003 to October 2009

Tasting Notes from the Underground Archives - 1997 to 2003

Interviews & Profiles

Rednecks & Red Rhônes 2009 or Edwards Got Wrecked and So Did I

Rednecks & Red Rhônes 2006

We Will Always Have Toledo: Year 10!!!

We Will Always Have Toledo: Year 8 and older

Moe Fest 2004 – Moe’s Cool Summer offline

Geezers and Northern Rhône All Stars in the Land of Cleve

Wines With Blackout and Other Earthly Delights

Spinning in Zinfinity Again – ZAP 2003

Daze of Wine and Road Trips

Ridgestock – 3 days of wine food and friends in Sonapanoma

Oh, Canada Wine Dinner

Good Friends, Good Food and 5 ’89 Bordeauxs

Don’t cry for us, Argentina! – goin’ gaucho at Casa Goldberg

Meatfest 2002 – grillin’ and a-swillin’

A Rare and Special Burgundy (and other earthly delights)

geo t.’s Tasting Notes – 2001-2003

School’s Out!!  Road Trip 2001

The Cleve Tastings (Super Tuscans & Pinot Noir)

Napa Confidential – A Day at Chateau Montelena

Hospice du Rhône 2000

On the Road to Gang of Pour – time to hit the pinot trail

Wines From the Lost Vineyards or A Walk through Park Muscatine

The Gang gets ZAPPED at ZAP ’99

Aris Francisco’s Family Reunion Cab blowout!

Left Coast Diary: Meeting Allan Bree, califusa

A Gang of Pour reunion with Chateau Gruaud-Larose

12 Syrahs from Around the World

Hangin’ With the Gang From the Wine Boards

Spinning in Zinfinity

Mocool 1997, ’98, ’99 and 2000

UNLEASHED! Wine Country Here We Come” Gangsters Blast Through Sonoma and Napa

Dispatch from the Left Coast – The first fever dream

Bacchus and the Overborg – The second fever dream

Dispatch from Sonapanoma – The third fever dream

The Legend of “Smoot” Hawley – A dream of another kind

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7 Responses to “George Heritier”

  • George Heritier:

    Kelsey, I absolutely LOVE your inaugural blog entry! Thank you so much for the kind words and especially for the kind sentiments expressed therein. Would that more people out there might come to the same realizations that you have; it would be a far better world if they did. You’ll be pleased to note, I think, that I sipped appreciatively on a nice cup of green tea while thoroughly your thoughts. Well done indeed, dear “sister!” I’m looking forward to reading new entries as you produce them.

  • Kelsey Henderson:

    Geo, thanks to you, I have a blog site now. Just posted the first one. teacuptempests.wordpress.com. :)

  • George Heritier:

    Hey Kelsey, thanks for stopping by and saying such nice things, we truly do appreciate them! You know, WordPress is the perfect vehicle for the blog that many of us would love to see you do. I’m just sayin’… ;)

  • Kelsey Henderson:

    Geo! What a pleasure to once again have the time to sit and enjoy the Gang. You all inspire, educate and encourage me. Keep up the great work, and most of all, have a great time doing it! I’m pouring a lovely Moscato and raising a glass to you. Slainte’ dear friend!

  • George Heritier:

    Thanks for the kind words, J.D., and thanks for sharing our link on your Facebook page! Great to hook up with you again after all these miles under our wheels!!!

    Cheers,

    geo

  • Howdy George!
    Geez! What great site and what a great thing you guys are doing here! Fun, interesting, what more could a guy ask for?

    I have already shared this on Facebook, so all my other friends can reap the rewards of your vast experience, discerning taste and razor sharp wit. (too much?)

    Great to find you here and I look forward to future posts!
    Adios for now amigo,
    J.D. Haring

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