*Note: Article image courtesy of Villa Sandi.
Now don’t get me wrong, as a self-professed Champagne gal, I love Champers as well as many other Traditional Method sparklers in all their glory. You can’t miss me with the leesy, biscuity, toasty, bready (you get my point) deliciousness that only extended
So this is something new that I’m trying. We eat much good food, drink many great bottles, and see some pretty cool things from time to time. I’m always trying to find a home for the random experiences that define the wine lifestyle, but some things just don’t lend themselves
High in the storied hills of Friuli-Venezia Giulia (“Friuli”), the Felluga family has been producing high-quality wines from some of the best vineyard sites in the region since the early 1800s. Multiple generations have contributed to the family’s winemaking legacy and today, Read More »
You have to be doing something right to be able to make wine for nearly 100 years. Enter Pasqua wine. So often we accomplish great feats in life and are OK resting on our laurels, maintaining the status quo. But that has never been the case with the Pasqua Family.
Yes we all love the delicious wines of Tuscany. For many, Tuscany is what
*This article is one in a series that covers my visit to the Eger
3,500 wines, 120 judges, 175 staging volunteers and a partridge in a pear tree. The officials results are in for the Houston Livestock Show &