South Florida Students Excel in Wine and Spirits Exams

Some wonderful news from our friends at Florida Wine Academy in Downtown Miami. South Florida Students Excel in Wine and Spirits Exams Students in South Florida have a flair for wine and spirits studies, according to exam results figures released by Florida Wine Academy.   Students outperformed the global average in every set of WSET … Continue reading South Florida Students Excel in Wine and Spirits Exams

“Through the Grapevine” Holiday Edition

It's hard to believe that we are in the last month of this year AND the decade. Who even can remember as far back as 2010? What were we all doing? Pretty soon, we'll be ringing in the new roaring 20s. Or will they be called something else? Before we get to the dawn of … Continue reading “Through the Grapevine” Holiday Edition

Florida Wine Academy • Premier Wine Education Offered in Miami on Winetraveler.com

Far from any real wine region in the country, Miami has long been a city associated with alcoholic cocktails such as Daiquiris, Mojitos, and Rum Runners. With year-round sticky hot weather and miles of oceanfront property, Miami has never really been known as the town to visit and taste wine. This all is changing, largely … Continue reading Florida Wine Academy • Premier Wine Education Offered in Miami on Winetraveler.com

A Sparkling Wine for Every Celebration

With the holidays rapidly approaching, revelers everywhere are scouring wine store shelves for just the right bubbly to ring in the New Year or celebrate other joyous occasions. It's true that not all sparkling wines are created equally. In fact, there are some major differences between Champagne and a Prosecco, for example. If you're used … Continue reading A Sparkling Wine for Every Celebration

Luigi Bosca, Argentina’s Oldest Family-Run Winery

It may seem as though I write quite frequently about Argentina and Argentine wine, and that is true. I did spend six weeks in the country back in 2017, which is the longest I've spent consecutively living and traveling around a country outside of the U.S., so needless to say, Argentina has a place in … Continue reading Luigi Bosca, Argentina’s Oldest Family-Run Winery

5 Miami Wine Shops for Every Kind of Wine-o

As you’re cruising around Miami thinking about your next bottle of vino, consider stopping by and supporting one of these local wine shops in your neighborhood. For the fancy wine-o Abaco Wines & Wine Bar Miami Design District Abaco’s owner, Ben Disesa, is a winemaker himself and can talk to you in detail about the … Continue reading 5 Miami Wine Shops for Every Kind of Wine-o

Meet Me at MEAT Up Mondays

Monday nights just got a little more exciting if you love steak and lobster and live in a city with an STK Steakhouse. Now for MEAT Up Mondays, STK is offering a succulent 8oz lobster tail and 8oz Filet for only $59--and only on Mondays. All STK restaurants worldwide are participating, except for the Las Vegas … Continue reading Meet Me at MEAT Up Mondays

Pairing Wine While Dining Miami Spice-Style at Zucca

Miami Spice season is upon us! At many fine dining establishments throughout the 3-0-5, customers can choose to be treated to a three-course lunch or dinner for $23 or $39, respectively, exclusive of tip and tax. It's a great time to explore cuisines and visit restaurants you've been meaning to try all year.  Sure, some … Continue reading Pairing Wine While Dining Miami Spice-Style at Zucca

5 Miami Sommeliers Dish on Wine Travel Advice and Where to Drink Wine in Miami on Winetraveler.com

There are many great restaurants in Miami, and I love that I get to talk about them and promote them. No longer is the Magic City only a city for sunbathing tourists and party revelers, Miami is a world-class city with a hospitality industry that is thriving. Some of the nation's top chefs have noticed … Continue reading 5 Miami Sommeliers Dish on Wine Travel Advice and Where to Drink Wine in Miami on Winetraveler.com

July Vino Column “Italian, Not Pinot Grigio”

Are you sweating like crazy this summer? Is it just me, or is this one of the hottest summers in recent memory? We are at the height of white wine season now in July, so time to break out all the trusty favorites that leave you feeling chilled down and relaxed. Any Pinot Grigio fans … Continue reading July Vino Column “Italian, Not Pinot Grigio”