It's springtime! That means it's the perfect time to get back into some refreshing warm-weather wines. How about a pink bubbly? Check out my latest column in Let's Eat Magazine for some delicious suggestions of sparkling rosés to get you back in the springtime mood. Cheers!
Tired of your same ole wine routine? Check out my latest article in Let's Eat Magazine for some new ideas!
Check out my latest article in the August 2016 issue of Let's Eat Magazine-- about some interesting South American varietals--including specific winery recommendations for each one. If you are in the Miami, FL area, look for the magazine in your mailbox, or at restaurants in Coral Gables. Enjoy!
Check out my latest article about Sipping Summertime Wine in the June 2016 issue of Let's Eat Magazine!
Join us this Thursday, March 6th from 6:30PM-8:30PM at Treehouse Wine & Spirits (233 Aragon Avenue) in Coral Gables, FL for a tasting of four Robert Rex wines. We will be tasting Red Rex & White Rex from Deerfield Ranch Winery, as well as the Cabernet Sauvignon & Chardonnay from Arroba (@) Winery (sister winery of … Continue reading “Clean” Wine Tasting With Robert Rex Wines
The rise and fall of Judy Garland’s stardom and personal life are something of a Hollywood legend these days. From the young woman who skipped down the yellow brick road, to the feisty middle-aged lady who sang her heart out for weeks on end in a London theatre, we’ve all heard the stories and whispers … Continue reading End of the Rainbow, South Florida Theatre “Must-See”
When Coral Gables and Miami natives hear the name "Christy's," thoughts of the holy grail of fine-dining immediately surface in their minds. This quaint, upscale steakhouse sits on an unassuming corner on Ponce De Leon Boulevard right across the street from the Coral Gables Courthouse, just blocks away from trendy Miracle Mile in downtown Coral … Continue reading Christy’s Restaurant Celebrates 35 Years (With $35 Bottles of Premium Wine!)
I was invited back to be a guest on the house podcast over at Sports*Politik. This time, we talk about the sport culture in Miami and Coral Gables; the Miami Hurricanes football program; the old Orange Bowl; the NCAA mess; and why I hate the Marlins Park. Check out the podcast by clicking here.
Tonight is (finally) the very first game for the 2013 Miami Hurricanes football team. Sure, it is a Friday night game; not the night typically reserved for the special college games, but a special night, nonetheless. Though it has been several years since I was actually a student at The U, the traditions and legacy … Continue reading Miami Hurricanes Football