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Santa Barbara County Vintners’ Association recently gathered six Wineries and twelve Wine Bloggers to host their first Coast-to-Coast Wine Chat. Readers of Wine Everyday are familiar with the format, tasting and tweeting our impressions of the wines and then summing … Continue reading
That’s right, just because the calendar says it’s Fall is no reason to put away your whites! Readers of Wine Everyday already know about Big House wines. Their Red Box Wine won out many of our readers. Now is time … 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
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
Produced by the Perrin Family with nearly a century of wine making legacy, and grapes sourced from the southern region of France near Cairanne and Joquieres, this full bodied, yet fresh, white wine is a blend of 50% Grenache Blanc, … Continue reading
I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Julia Zuccardi earlier this year while debuting her line of [+] wines. One wine we did not have the opportunity to explore at that time was her Viognier. Typically grown in the Rhone River … Continue reading
This light and refreshing white blend from Rhone Valley is a 100% Bio-Dynamic wine made with Grenache Blanc, Clairette & Viogner. Taste of grapefruit and plum make this a great sipping wine, but don’t under-estimate this white it will pair very well with … Continue reading