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Tag Archives: Syrah
Fall, the most wonderful season of all; crisp cool air, sunshine and football. I was raised on football, The New York Football Giants to be specific. My father began taking my siblings and me to games in the early 60’s … Continue reading
Quesadilla and Grilled Pizza’s are abundant for this #SundaySupper with Katie Workman and Mom 100 Cookbook
This Sunday Supper food bloggers across the nation are featuring recipes from Katie Workman’s Mom 100 Cookbook. Katie makes one thing clear, feeding our families doesn’t have to be stressful. A wife and mother of two who worked in publishing … Continue reading
A question I get often is “What does it mean when the label says Reserve? Is it really worth it or is it just an excuse to jack up the price?” My answer is “Maybe, sometimes.” Some winemakers may overuse … Continue reading
Round four of “Battle of the Boxes”. If ever a box wine will ‘hold you captive‘ Big House Red will! Winemaker Georgetta Dane who playfully refers to herself as ‘Warden’ produces a variety of wines a stones throw from the … Continue reading
Caliente: translation ‘hot’; as in hot-sellers. Thanks to the popularity and our current love affair with Malbec, it has opened us up to other tremendous wine values from South America. Here is a list of some South American wines I’ve tried with … Continue reading
On March 21, 2012 it was all about the red wines from the Finger Lakes region of New York. Eight wineries and eight media representatives joined together for this unique one hour internet video meeting. There was nothing ‘virtual’ about … Continue reading
Ramian Estate produces small quantities of quality wines under the labels Ramian Estate, J. Garrett and Parlay. Today we are indulging in a Cabernet Sauvignon blend “Parlay ~ 2009 The Bookmaker” This is a big bold, in your face (in … Continue reading
My friend just moved into an amazing loft in St Louis. The kitchen has a wine fridge, so what’s the problem? Well my friend, ok his name is Joe, needs some help in stocking this new appliance. If it were … Continue reading
Private label wines for some very public causes. The Good Works Wine Club and Eastmoor Hills Estate ’08 Syrah pulls its weight in more than one way.
This Columbia Valley, Washington 2008 Syrah sourced and selected by the tasting team at The Good Works Wine Club, is impressively powerful on the nose. This suggested some decanting to give it some breathing room. Once opening up this wine … Continue reading
2nd Annual Beverly Hills Wine Festival ~ Honoring Vin Scully, the voice of the LA Dodgers and featuring over 100 wineries, breweries and spirits! What a way to spend a Winter Sunday!
Another winter wine festival….Wine Festivals are one of the few events that make my East Coast winter weekends bearable! Which is why I went 3,000 miles, for back to back, coast to coast wine festivals this winter. This East Coast … Continue reading