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 lot of bubbly in my glass of late. So when I saw that the June #Winophiles topic was “Unexpected Pleasures in Champagne,” I knew I
I love so many of the wine stories that I’ve encountered over the years. It’s part of what keeps me so interested in wine. And while I’ve admired the dedication, the perseverance, the family legacies, and even the genius of some, overall I haven’t found that I have much in
Holy shit! Here we are at the end of February and it dawned on me that I haven’t done my EDS January post. January and most of February was no joke in Lawyerland! It’s like they were trying to make me earn my paycheck or something! But extreme lawyering aside,
If you’re not drinking Austrian Sekt, you’re not doing sparkling wine right. This seriously underappreciated sparkling wine can provide winelovers with a wide range of styles. Not to mention the amazing value that it commands when compared to some of its contemporaries like Champagne.
I haven’t always loved Prosecco. I attribute it to the flood of uninspiring versions that flooded the market. Without a doubt, Prosecco is a hot category and when something is hot, plenty of people want to get in on the action. So instead of trying to separate the crap from
I love so many of the wine stories that I’ve encountered over the years. It’s part of what keeps me so interested in wine. And
So many grapes, so little time. There are over ten thousand grape varieties in the world, with about 1,500 that are commercial, yet a mere