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 world’s most storied regions. But I have a story for that. And who doesn’t love a good story? Especially when it’s a love story. And
The #WinePW group of writers is talking about under the radar European wine regions this month. And I knew just the country whose wines I wanted to feature. Kosovo! Particularly those from Stone Castle Vineyards.
Sometimes I’m able to write an article with small amounts of research and can get
Aside from the obvious, one of my favorite things about wine are the great stories behind the bottle. So of course, when I heard the story of Judy Jordan (of J Vineyards & Winery fame) and her new project Geodesy Wines, I was hooked.
Happy Texas Wine Month y’all! I’ve been drinking Texas wine for close to twenty years now. Did I just date myself? I’m 27 y’all. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it! Anywho…in those twenty years, I’ve seen lots of changes. More producers, more tourism, better wine, a greater focus
OK, I’ll admit that I don’t drink a lot of wine under $15, but I do occasionally indulge. I mean, I just did my taxes
As a lover of all the bubbles, I’ve been keeping an eye on the bubbly game in Willamette Valley. If I recall correctly (and stuff
If you’ve visited the Willamette Valley for wine tasting, you may have based yourself in Portland or McMinnville. Portland allows for easy access to the