One of the hardest things when visiting the Willamette Valley is deciding where to taste. While that’s the case for many wine regions, I find it particularly true for the Willamette Valley. It’s a region dominated by one varietal – Pinot Noir – so how do you even begin to
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.
And my love affair of Oregon’s Willamette Valley continues. Not long after the likes of David Lett, Charles Coury and Dick Erath laid the foundation in the late 1960s, the first crop of pioneers put down roots to begin the greatness that the Willamette Valley would become. Along with names
Y’all, I am smitten! And I’m long overdue for this level of “smittenness.” I’m not sure if that’s really a word, but I’m not going to look it up and we’re just going to go with it. Work with me here.
Living in Houston, I have access to an amazing
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
I’m a little late this month. The end of May was fast and furious with graduation for Thing 1 and all that entails, getting Thing
Well, here we are in August and its all about back to school at our house. Tuition has been debited from the bank account, over-priced
“Sustainability is the new paradigm of the 21st century. Producers who do not make sustainability a core part of their business model will become progressively