A new twist on my food and wine paring series. You HAVE been reading those, right? I’m often sent
For some reason, springtime always makes me think of Paris. You always hear of Parisians headed outside to have springtime picnics all around the city after a cold, dreary winter; museums and gardens hosting events with springtime themes; and the city starts buzzing with excitement for the French Open (#BucketList). Heck, even Ella Fitzgerald knew of the magic with her song entitled “April in Paris.” No matter what, springtime brings thoughts of renewal and the desire to be outside.
Did you know that Texas is the site of the first vineyard established in North America by Franciscan priests back in 1662? Or that it is home to the second largest AVA in the country? Or how about that it is
I’ve come a LONG way from my days of drinking White Zinfandel from a five gallon box to the Rosé wines that I enjoy today. Change and evolution are good, right? Even when I was weaning myself off the sweet box wine and beginning to drink more red wines, I remember Rosé still being