I began writing this blog as a fun way to recount some of the places I’d traveled to for wine. My initial thought was that I’d focus on wine travel as that was my true passion and is what had really stoked the fires. But alas, I do have a day job as a tax attorney which meant that I couldn’t go traipsing around the world tasting wine anytime I wanted. I also have two children that seem to always want to be fed, shopped for, doctored on, etc. I joke about quitting all the time and have been asked numerous times why I don’t pursue wine full time. The short answer is that being a tax attorney is important to me for a number of reasons – most of which are surprisingly not financial, though it certainly helps in the wine and travel department. As a result, I’ve tried to find a place for both. But when someone seeks you out to tell your story, it’s an affirmation that even though you don’t do it full time, you’re doing something right. I had the honor and privilege of telling my story to the folks at Voyage Houston magazine. Link below. Yes, you must click the link! Let me know what you think.
Let’s talk about the big island at the toe of Italy’s boot. You know – Sicily! And lets talk about one of its prominent producers