2020 was like, “I wreaked all sorts of havoc in your life.” 2021 was like “hold my beer!” I so expected 2021 to be such a bright spot after the misery of 2020. And there were some bright spots to be sure, but the year got off to an awful
I don’t know about you, but Iike a lot of consumers, sustainability has been increasing in importance to me. And given that this is a wine blog that, of course, includes wine. However, when I say “sustainable”, I’m not talking about those B.S. “clean” or “healthy” wines that people peddle
Ok y’all, its time to experience some Texas wine and lake views! It’s fine to drive down a busy road and move from tasting room to tasting room, which are all mere yards from each other. It’s certainly convenient, there’s little chance of getting lost, and it doesn’t tax the
Welcome to THE best month of the year. It’s my birthday month, the month when college football gets really good (Go Irish!), the month when the swamp called Houston cools down a teeny bit, Texas Wine Month, and of course Merlot Month. Thing 1 and Thing
For the next few months, the #ItalianFWT group of writers will be tackling the 3B’s of Italy (Brunello, Barbaresco, and Barolo) and the fun starts with Brunello di Montalcino. So why not feature one of Italy’s most iconic producers and the folks that laid THE foundation for Brunello – Biondi-Santi.
I absolutely adore the white wines of Alto Adige-Süditrol. They are the people that convinced me that all Pinot Grigio was
Its hard as hell to make a wine, a Napa Cabernet no less, that can stand out amongst the storied bottles in one of the