Month: November 2019
Three-hundred and fifty years after the first vineyards were planted, Texas wine is finally having a moment. Due to a string of successful vintages, word is spreading—it’s time to pay attention to the fifth largest wine producing state. Mediterranean grapes from Spain, southern France, and Italy thrive in Texas. If you are looking for the […]
Wine brings joy to holiday gift giving. This list of killer Napa cabs is sure to please everyone in you list. Check out my latest Forbes article and let me know what you think. Happy Holidays!
Long known for its Vin Doux Naturel wines in red and white, Rasteau, in southern Rhône Valley, was awarded Cru status for its dry red wines in 2010. The diverse soil gives the wines complexity and elegance. Lying within the Mistral corridor, Laurent Robert of Domaine Combre Juliere, describes the wines as “skeletons of the […]