Check out these recent posts
- Wine Review: Root:1 [The Original Ungrafted] 2012 Carménère and Rewined Candle
- Thanksgiving Wine dilemma: White or Red? I say both!
- LaZy Sunday sipping Zardetto Prosecco
- Wine Review: Fat bastard 2012 Pinot Noir paired with Coq au vin
- Wine reviews: #WineChat with Santa Barbara County Vintners’ Association
Popular Posts#SundaySupper 12most Adam Richardson Albarino Argentina Australian Wine Award Winning Wine Battle of the Boxes Bordeaux Boxed Wine Cabernet Sauvignon California California Sparkling Wine Carmenere Chablis Chardonnay Cotes du Rhone Cupcake Vineyards Don & Son's Don and Sons Dry Riesling Emeril Lagasse Everyday wine food Food and Wine Pairing Greg Kitchens Grenache Innocent Bystander Joe Shirley Julia Child Malbec Maryland Wine Meritage Merlot Moet & Chandon Napa cellars Napa Valley Napa Valley Wine New York Wine Octavin Home Wine Bar Oregon Pacific Coast Vineyards Paso Robles Petite Sirah Pinot Grigio Pinot Noir Port Prosecco red blend wine Red Table Wine Riesling Rose Rose of Pinot Noir Rose wine San Franscisco Chronicle Wine Competition Sangria Santa Julia Sauvignon Blanc Shiraz Sparkling Wine Sunday Supper Syrah Tammy Schaefer The Crusher Todd Schaefer Torrontes travel Viognier white wine wine wine and food pairing Wine Everyday Wine Festival Wine Gifts Zinfandel
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 United States License.
Tag Archives: Riesling
Since 2008 Cupcake Vineyards have been producing wines from California’s Central Coast, Italy, New Zealand and Argentina. I’ve had the opportunity to review their Angel Food , Red Velvet and Prosecco wines; with the Angel Food being my most popular … Continue reading
The most frequently asked question I get is “What is the perfect wine to pair with fill-in-the-blank?” I have to break the news to them that nothing is perfect, but with a little thought we can come pretty close. I’ve … Continue reading
Wine and food are practically inseparable in my life. Cooking with wine is essential if you want to make any of these traditional dishes, omitting the wine will produce a shallow image of the original dish. Some folks believe you … Continue reading
Round three of “Battle of the Boxes”. Will our third time in the ring with Box Wine be the ‘Charmer’? Let’s see…. First Sip Aromas of pear; with a soft creamy texture. The sweetness level of this wine is slight, … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is well behind us, but the Turkey is still a centerpiece at many Christmas dinner tables. If your December holiday menu will include Turkey, Duck or a Truducken, take a look at this article I wrote on Thanksgiving Wines … Continue reading
What to serve at an early morning breakfast tailgating? Generally, it’s Mimosa, Bloody Mary’s and lots of Champagne. But last weekend I switched things up and surprised my fellow tailgaters. While there was a lone bottle of Champagne, it got … Continue reading
…And, no, I don’t mean dry as in non-alcoholic. Question: What makes a Riesling Dry? Answer: Knowing when to harvest the grapes. Harvesting later than normal will result in the grapes having higher sugar levels. Higher sugar level produces sweeter … Continue reading