November 24 is International Carménère Day. And for all of you wine day naysayers, just move along. The rest of us will use these days to discover, embrace, or re-discover some great wines. This is a relatively new “wine holiday” created in 2014 by Wines of Chile.
After my tasty wine “visit” to Sicily (read about it here), my glass is still full of Italian Wine. But now, I’m “visiting” Emilia-Romagna and tasting oft reviled, yet misunderstood Lambrusco.
So we all know where Sicily is, right?! It’s the island at the toe of Italy’s boot. The island is in the heart of the Mediterranean and is a
Perched on southeast-facing alluvial terraces of the Santa Lucia Mountains near California’s Monterey Bay is one of California’s most exquisite, yet under the radar wine
I’m sometimes skeptical when I go to a place that makes 10-15 (or more) different types of wine. How can you really get the best