Tag: Texas wine
Forbes Article: William Chris Vineyards Latest Wine Fights Food Insecurity For Millions Of Texans
You may not live in Texas, but have long been curious about the state’s wine. Today is the perfect opportunity to try a well-made, value priced, 100% Texas wine from one of the state’s top wineries, AND provide aid to millions of food insecure Texans simultaneously.
Forbes Article: Around The World With Texas White Wine
“The diverse Texas terroir supports a dozen white grape varieties,” shares Cheramie ‘Cherms’ Law , co-founder of Salt and Pepper Wine, “meaning one can go on a wine trip around the world without ever leaving the state!”
Forbes Article: Six Reasons To Fall In Love With Vermentino
Vermentino is an easy grape to love. A flexible white grape – crisp enough for white wine drinkers, while red wine fans are drawn to its savory, food-friendly nature. Once discovered, you too will fall in love with Vermentino. Learn more in my latest for Forbes
Forbes Article: Light The Grill And Grab A Glass – Tempranillo Pairs Perfectly With Fourth Of July And National Grilling Month
Don’t abandon hearty red wines because the temperature is climbing. Tempranillo, a noble thick-skinned black grape, is the perfect wine to pair with national grilling month. Hailing from the Iberian Peninsula, today Tempranillo is cultivated around the world, making it the ideal red wine of summer.
Invitation To Join #WinePW Celebrate #TexasFineWine
When was the last time you had wine from Texas? Each year this emerging region is growing and improving in wine production. If its been a few years since you have tried wine from Texas, now is the time to try again, October is Texas Wine Month!
Forbes Article: Obstacles Emerging Wine Regions Must Overcome
My latest Forbes article is one of the most fulfilling I have written. It looks at obstacles emerging wine regions must overcome through the experiences of nine wine makers in Texas, Arizona, and Idaho. I pitched this article idea to many major wine publications, digital and print. It was declined time and again because the…
A Summer of Italian Wine
In Italy what grows together, goes together. This is one reason Italian wines are so food friendly. Another contributing factor to the ease of Italian wine-food pairing is the landscape of the Italian Peninsula – northern mountains trail down its spine, lush green plains and forests, rolling hills, ancient volcanoes, and two distinct islands, all…
#Food & #Wine Pairing: Texas Style
Generally speaking Texans like big red wines. Why? Because typical Texas cuisine consists of steak and barbeque. Big red wines usually have big tannins, which like to be paired with fat, such as rib eye, ribs, and brisket. Today’s food and wine pairing is a perfect combination of big red wine and Texas cuisine.
Drink Texas Wine, Taste the Mediterranean
Crystal blue water, glistening golden sandy beaches, bronze bodies, and a kaleidoscope of flora and fauna. These are a few things that come to mind when I think of the Mediterranean. It is a tempered tropical region with some of the world’s best vacation destination. I live in Texas. Although I enjoy my great state…
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…