Tags Wine Wednesday

Tag: Wine Wednesday

A Red Wine Lover’s Rosé

Frescobaldi has been, and still is, on the cutting edge of Tuscan winemaking. Their rosé, with the odd name of Alìe (Al-YEH) has been...

‘Perfect Red for Your Summer Grilling’

Today’s wine sports a black-and-white label that could have been created on your home printer. But its boldness stands out among the colorful fare...

Raise a Glass of This Dry White Wine as Temps Rise

An unlikely place to grow grapes, the Calchaqui Valley in Argentina is located in a rocky, desert-like region of the Andes Mountains. At 5,000...

For Those Craving Red Wine in the Summer …

Rodney Strong is a brand that most people recognize on retail wine shelves. From the old days of that retired Broadway dancer who brought...

A South African Bargain Rosé

Mulderbosch is one of the easier names to pronounce when it comes to South African wine. (Try spitting out Boekenhoutskloof or Hermanuspietersfontein … )...

Not Your Average California Chardonnay

California Chardonnay receives a bum rap from some. Stereotypes exist everywhere and they need to stop. Not all California Chardonnay is big, buttery, oaky...

The Trifecta of Dry Creek Vineyard

I have written often about Dry Creek Vineyard, located in the Dry Creek AVA (American Viticultural Area) of Sonoma County. These fine people are...

This Refreshing Hungarian White Makes an Excellent Table Wine

Most people don’t give Hungarian wine a second thought. If they are familiar with them at all, it has to do with a sweet...

Roll With This Grecian Red

The ancient vineyards of Greece still have secrets to tell. The area of Corinthia, Nemea, with vineyards 3,400 feet in elevation, produces a refined,...

Start the Rosé Season Off Right

Rosé season is upon us, and instant pleasure factor takes center stage on these increasingly popular “light reds." But just as every winery in...