And now, as an addendum to yesterday’s post, some Colorado-based wines that could pair beautifully for the Fourth of July or other outdoor summer fare. Here are three that I love.
Attempting appreciation of a wine style I don’t typically drink unless I have to, or when it’s the only option. Challenges are all about trying new things and re-examining old opinions, right? Here we go.
The last in a mini-series called “Pinot on Parade,” we conclude the week of wine tasting with an Italian Pinot Grigio.
Getting caught up on the Wine Challenge with a mini-series on the Pinot family. Tonight: a Chilean “reserva” Pinot Noir that proved both a pleasantly palatable surprise and a great deal for a limited budget.
Catching up on the wine challenge! Two weeks at once, with some varietal facts and a discussion of some common wine questions.