Forbes Article: How Americans Consume Rosé
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.
Snooth Article: Tavel Rosé Is The Only Wine You Need This Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is almost here. I can’t believe it! Before you head out this weekend to purchase wine for this special day, please take a moment to read my latest article for Snooth featuring Tavel – the only wine you will need this Thanksgiving.
Forbes Article – It’s Beaujolais Nouveau Day!
An hour ago I published my second Forbes article in celebration of Beaujolais Nouveau Day. Please take a moment to read it and learn about Les Vins Georges Duboeuf’s 2018 vintage, as well as the American debut of Beaujolais Nouveau Rosé!
Keeping Cool with Paso Robles Wine
I enjoy the big red wines of Paso Robles. They are delicious and pair so well with my favorite summer foods: barbecue, steak, and hamburgers. But did you know there is a lighter side to Paso Robles? This region known for its warm climate and red wines produces some elegant whites from Mediterranean varieties. Not…
Lodi Says Yes Way Rosé
May is here. The mercury is on the rise. This can only mean one thing: Rosé Season Has Begun! However, rosé is not one size fits all. Which is why its time to look to Lodi, home to over 125 grape varieties, to quench your rosé thirst.
The Lighter Side of Paso Robles
When thinking of Paso Robles chances are you think of red wine. And rightly so, approximately 88% of the grapes grown in Paso are red varietals. As a warm climate region one expects to find Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Zinfandel, and Syrah. These wines are abundant in Paso Robles. However, if all you ever know are…
5 Rhône Valley Wines Perfect for Summer
As much as I enjoy exploring the historical convergence of wine and religion that is evident all over the world, the Rhone Valley is possibly my favorite wine region to excavate historically. Hopefully someday I will have the opportunity to explore it in person. However, the Rhone Valley is not only home to religious history,…
Pedernales Cellars: Living a Dream
Five important questions to ask oneself before embarking on a dream, according to Kidando.Net: Do you constantly think about your dream? Do you know more about your passion than the average person? Do you have an idea of what it will take to accomplish your goal? Do you believe it is possible to achieve your…
Rosé All Day
With each passing year consumption of rosé continues to climb. Wine lovers are finally realizing rosé is most often a dry wine that is ideal wine for a variety of food pairings. It is crisp and refreshing and often tastes of summer in a glass. Perfect to be enjoyed year round, rosé sees its largest…
Bubbles for Breakfast? It Must Be Brunch!
Brunch: a combination of breakfast and lunch usually eaten between the hours of 11am and 3pm. Brunch is believed to have originated in England in the late 19th century, becoming popular in the US in the 1930’s. In China brunch is observed dim sum style; South Africa brunch is unique because it only consists of…