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.
Repeat after me: “Prosecco is not just for brunch. Prosecco is not just for mimosas.” Repeat as many times as necessary until it sinks in. I’ve had a love-hate relationship with Prosecco for a minute now, but we’ve recently had a few come to Jesus moments. We now understand each
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
As luck would have it, I was able to participate in dual sweet Bordeaux tastings in the last couple of weeks. One was part of
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