Month: March 2019
Spring is here! In some parts of the country this means the beginning of rosé season, while in other parts it never ended. Learn how Americans consume rosé from retailers across the USA in my Forbes Life latest.
Knowing what wine to decant and for how long is perplexing. I recently shared a photo on Instagram of a 10 year old Napa Cab that was tight upon opening, but after a 2 hour decant sang like an angel. I received many responses asking me how I knew to decant it and why 2 […]
Forbes Article: By Air, By Land, And By Lazy River: Three Unique Accommodations in Texas Hill Country
The Texas Hill Country is a diverse region, filled with an array of activities, making for an ideal weekend getaway or week-long vacation. After months of grueling research, I found three unique places to stay, all destinations in their own right, while traveling through Hill Country. I am stoked to share these places with you. […]
Fall 2018, 2 days before the start of harvest, Copper Cane Wine & Provisions abruptly cancels their 2,000 ton contract with Rogue Valley grape growers. This action would effectively bankrupt many small growers in many wine regions, but not in Oregon. You won’t believe what happened next. Learn this amazing story of solidarity and the […]