Subscription services exist for even wine drinkers! Are they worth the hype? I’ve just started one with Firstleaf, so here’s what I know so far.
At times, digging through the wine cellar can produce wonderful finds of old favorites! Today I revisit a white that once knocked my socks off at a Rioja wine seminar. Will it stand the test of time, three years later?
Flying solo for the holidays? Me, too. I’m sharing my menu and wine pairings for Christmas Day 2021, in case you could use some inspiration.
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!