It’s easy enough to enjoy a bottle of wine. Pop the cork, add some friends, maybe some good nosh and voila, you have a great evening waiting to happen. And while wine can be as simple or as difficult as we make it, there are certainly some things that enhance
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.
The more I study and learn about wine, the more I find that I totally dig creating food and wine parings. This is why people love me – I give them wine and I give them food! In addition to doing events for various groups, I host an annual pairing
Laissez les bon temps rouler! Let the good times roll! It’s Mardi Gras time and if you’re not throwing back a whisky or some cold brew, you may be on the search for some vino that pairs with your Mardi Gras eats. Cajun and Creole cuisine can be tricky to
3,500 wines, 120 judges, 175 staging volunteers and a partridge in a pear tree. The officials results are in for the Houston Livestock Show &