I’ve no doubt shared my love-hate (anti-love?) relationship with Sauvignon Blanc. Give me mineral and stone and I’m in love. Tropical fruit characteristics? Bring it. But you certainly miss me with the really green, grassy ones. I’ve tried to appreciate them, but its just not my thing. Lucky for me
You know what its like when other folks get all the spotlight? When you’re just relegated to the background and forgotten? Well, that’s what the white wines of the Côtes du Rhône must certainly feel like. You know, if they were people. With feelings. In a region dominated by red
And here we are, the end of 2020 and the time when I share my most memorable wines of the year. Categorizing anything as “most memorable” in a year like 2020 is certainly no easy feat. Seems forever ago that on January 26 I was so devastated to learn of
An Exploration of Roussillon White Wines #Winophiles
This month, the French #Winophiles have turned their attention to Roussillon white wines. Hosted by Lynn Gowdy of Savor the Harvest a group of us are exploring, tasting, and pairing the wines of the region with some tasty eats.
Maybe it’s quarantine madness or just the realization that we need to celebrate each moment as it comes, but I seem to have had a lot of bubbly in my glass of late. So when I saw that the June #Winophiles topic was “Unexpected Pleasures in Champagne,” I knew I
When the Judgement of Paris (May 24) and Chardonnay Day (May 25) practically collide, you gotta wax poetic about Chardonnay. The French #Winophiles group of
Looking to broaden your white wine horizons? Why not do it for National White Wine Day? Yes, it’s anther “XXX” day, but I do find