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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month — a time that many take an active role to raise money and awareness for this disease. Pink has become its trademark color, so I would like to take this opportunity to raise a … Continue reading
Its Memorial Day weekend the traditional kick off to the Summer Season, but before we dive into the potato salad, let’s take a moment to remember all those who gave the ultimate sacrifice so we may have our freedom. This … Continue reading
Maryland is well known for three things: US Naval Academy, The Chesapeake Bay and Crabs. If you mention wine, many folks would say ‘Maryland can’t grow grapes’. Well, I’m here to tell you they can. California, Oregon and Washington produce … Continue reading
The concept of ‘The Crusher’ wines from Don & Sons is grounded in the philosophy that the journey from the vineyard-to the crusher-to your table will capture the freshness of the region to bring you exceptional wines. Their 2011 vintage … 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
I was looking for a rosé for this weekend’s bbq’s, knowing it would be hot and we’d need something refreshing. I have my usual ‘go to’ Rosés, my favorite being Rosé of Pinot Noir. But then I saw this one, … Continue reading
Live from Coast-to-Coast the national début of Don & Sons’ newest release of ‘The Crusher’ line of wines
Another coast-to-coast TasteLive event where wine-tweeters across the country attended simultaneous wine tasting of the newest releases of “The Crusher” wines. This very lively event featured five wines from the Don Sebastiani & Sons. In the event that you’ve just … Continue reading
If your vacation plans won’t permit a trip to Bordeaux France, why not kick start the season with these summertime Bordeaux’s?
I recently had the pleasure to participate in the Planet-Bordeaux’s Twitter Taste-Live Event featuring four summertime Bordeaux wines. If you are looking to expand your wine repertoire this summer, take a break from Chardonnay’s and White Zinfandels’ and try these … Continue reading
On the heals of Malbec World Day, Julia Zuccardi brings her Santa Julia+ wines to select US cities for début.
Julia Zuccardi, in her role as family ambassador, visited five US cities this month to introduce the new Santa Julia + wines, as well as unveiling the new look of the Organica and Reserva lines. She was accompanied by Ana … Continue reading
First the wine…. Upon opening the wine, there was an exciting hint of a mineral flint sensation on the nose, reminding me of a fine French Chablis. The refreshing variety of melons; watermelon and cantaloupe; along with green apple, provide … Continue reading