I’m not a white wine drinker but when its hot outside a robust red wine just doesn’t hit the spot. At times like that I reach for a rosé. Rosé wine is just the right combination of cold and red. And, gone are the days of cloyingly sweet “White Zinfandel”. Now adays you can get […]
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It’s two weeks until Thanksgiving and do you know which wines to serve? Wondering how to pair wine with the myriad of diverse flavors on your table? I talked with a bunch of experts about the best Thanksgiving wines for your feast.
This sandwich is great for a picnic because you can prepare it in advance without worrying about the fillings making the bread soggy. Plus, the summery flavors of this sandwich are perfect for a warm afternoon, accompanied, of course, by ideal-for-warm-weather Rosé.
All Champagne is sparkling wine made through the “Methode Champenoise.” But not all sparkling wine is Champagne. Wine writer Alan Richman in the December 2005 issue of Bon Appetit magazine bombastically wrote: Say what you will about California Sparklers – which are to French Champagne what paddlefish eggs are to beluga caviar – they will […]
Diego Velasquez, Los Borrachos (The Feast of Bacchus) “In the beginning, Bacchus created white wine. He saw that it was good and awarded it a score of 90 points. On the second day, Bacchus created red wine and, finding it even tastier, gave it 99 points. (Actually, it deserved 100 points, but in that epoch […]