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
Ahh, Sangiovese. It is Italy’s most widely planted variety and used to give me absolute fits when I first started studying Italian wine. That is
One of the things that ruffles my feathers (ok, shit that pisses me off) is when people tell me that they don’t like “x” wine.
Ahh Beaujolais, or Bojo as some like to call it. An under the radar darling that is technically part of Burgundy, but has an identity
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
While I’d certainly heard of Cameron Hughes Wine (“CHW”), I’d never personally had
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.
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