European Bubbly that Won’t Break the Bank in Biscayne Times

Another holiday season, another holiday bubbly article by yours truly. This year, I'm focusing on three bottles of traditional method sparkling wines from Europe that are great values for the quality. No Champagne here, but give Cava, Crémant, or Trentodoc a try. You can read my latest Vino column for Biscayne Times here. photo courtesy... Continue Reading →

Quarantine Bottles Cont… (2)

Instead of overwhelming the previous post with the first batch of quarantine wines, I'll continue detailing my self-isolated wine drinking in a separate post. Here are my tasting notes on the bottles of wine I enjoy while practicing social distancing during the COVID-19 crisis of 2020 (cont...). New bottles added!   Domaine Jean Dauvissat Pere... Continue Reading →

December Vino Column “Celebrate with Bubbly on a Budget”

I'll admit that I LOVE Champagne. I really do. In fact, I attended two Champagne parties in one day earlier this week during Miami's Art Basel. Two fantastic Champagne parties with flowing, unlimited bubbly. For a Champagne lover, it was a pretty perfect day. However, Champagne is often very expensive, and hardly ever what you... Continue Reading →

May Vino Column “Bring Out the Sparkling Rosé for May”

Who doesn't love a sparkling rosé? With crisp acidity, refreshing bubbles, and that oh-so juicy red fruit flavor, it's hard to deny that sparkling rosé is a winner for springtime.  In my May "Vino" column in Biscayne Times newspaper, I review a few delightful bottles of pink bubbles that won't put you behind on your... Continue Reading →

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