Are you a rosé fan? Do you look forward to all the new releases in the spring? Many of us are drinking copious amounts of rosé (I know I am!) so of course, it seems that everyone wants to make rosé. But with more and more of the pink stuff
I’ve been following the story of Cheramie Law for quite a while now as I loved seeing the story of a black female winemaker from Texas unfold. I was fortunate to really get to know her better as we were were both participants in Texas’ #ShareTheMicNowTx
Thanksgiving is hands down one of my favorite holidays. The older I get, the more it has overtaken Christmas as my fave. It truly is the quintessential family day. And though this year’s celebration will of course be different, that still doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy some great Thanksgiving wines.
Happy Texas Wine Month y’all! I’ve been drinking Texas wine for close to twenty years now. Did I just date myself? I’m 27 y’all. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it! Anywho…in those twenty years, I’ve seen lots of changes. More producers, more tourism, better wine, a greater focus
I recently made a few sacrifices and tried close to 90 rosé wines in the last couple of months to see what was up with rosé. Most of this sacrifice took place with three other wine writers during an hours-long tasting session, while other parts of the sacrifice took place
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
I was late to the party, but I finally made it. To Santa Barbara Wine Country that is. These days, very few exciting things happen