Part of a three-post series focusing on wine, wine buying, and wine pairing. We start with tips for visiting the local wine merchant, and then finish with a review of a South African Chenin Blanc.
Maybe it’s the writer or reader in me, but whenever I find a wine I love, I have to document it. This doesn’t mean I post every “cool” wine I find on Instagram, though others do use that as a means of noting their own discoveries, and it is a valid option. Instead, I justContinue reading “Wine Buying Tips: “Bookmarking” Your Favorites”
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.
Looking for a great wine to take to a summer gathering? Whether you celebrate the Fourth of July or not, here are five of my picks for this season!
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.
This time, we explore a more obscure grape from a lesser-known, but by no means less fantastic wine-producing country. Onward to Greece!
Diving back into an old favorite — Austrian Grüner Veltliner.
An overview of the differences between making champagne versus making prosecco before tasting the Adami Garbèl Brut Prosecco.