October is #MerlotMe month y’all and I’m hanging with the Wine Pairing Weekend bloggers to showcase the versatility of Merlot as a pairing partner. As a Gen X’er, I assume that people are aware of the same historic and cultural events and phenomena that I am. But then on this
After seriously getting into wine, I found I began collecting wines. I dabbled in some futures and bought some new releases to lay down in my cellar. I have a handful of St. Émilion Premier Grand Cru wines that I’ve
Ahhh, fall. It really is my favorite time of year as it is the season of my birthday, Halloween, Thanksgiving, college football (Go Irish!)
“My father always taught me that it’s all about the vineyard, and this was a great opportunity to add a special one.”
OK, If you are a Bordeaux expert, snob, dabbler, etc. this is not for you.
So what goes through your mind when you hear Bordeaux? Expensive wines? Fancy chateaux? Wine that you have to wait
Like just about everything else, Malbec originated in France. It was one of the original blending grapes of Bordeaux where it’s not grown much anymore,
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