Is Orange (Wine) the New Everything Wine? #WinePW

Let me just throw it out there. I’ve had a few so-called “orange wines” over the years and couldn’t stand them. I was seriously like what it this sour tasting abomination?! How could people drink this crap?! But like any good wine fiend lover, I never write off a wine

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Mexican Wine History Through a Bottle of Casa Madero

Yes we all know and love Mexico for its famous spirits made from agave as well as its ubiquitous beers. Pass the lime and salt please! But don’t just stop there as Mexico has a burgeoning wine industry. I’ve had a few Mexican wines here and there while vacationing in

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Quarantine Pairing Fun with Pedernales Cellars

We’ve been cooking more lately. Like a lot. I’ve been working from home alongside Thing 1 and Thing 2 who have been doing distance learning. And overall, we’re doing fairly well. But man, have I become a short order cook! What used to be a weekly fight over the fact

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#DinnerSips with Domaine Bousquet on Malbec World Day

Like just about everything else, Malbec originated in France. It was one of the original blending grapes of Bordeaux where it’s not grown much anymore, but it still thrives in southwest France’s Cahors region. And while home may be France, it was Argentina that arguably made it a star. Today,

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