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

On Coravin: Domaine Bousquet: Pioneering Sustainability in Argentina’s Mendoza Wine Region

Paul Mabray, a wine professional I follow on Twitter, recently tweeted that "Winery sustainability is NOT just about the environmental impact. It’s about living wages, work/life balance, healthy vendors, social contracts, community contributions, R&D investments and esp. making profit." I retweeted the comment because I thought it was poignant, but I didn't realize at the … Continue reading On Coravin: Domaine Bousquet: Pioneering Sustainability in Argentina’s Mendoza Wine Region

4 Fantastic Bellevue Wine Bars to Visit in Washington on Winetraveler.com

Just a few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to travel out to the Seattle area for a little break from the Miami heat. This wasn't my first time visiting. I was lucky enough to be paired with a roommate during my freshman year in college who is from Tacoma, so I've gone out to … Continue reading 4 Fantastic Bellevue Wine Bars to Visit in Washington on Winetraveler.com

“The Tasting Room” in Seattle: Visit and Discover Washington’s Wines on Winetraveler.com

This past week as we explored Seattle, we got to know a little tasting room serving up some boutique Washington Wines right in the heart of downtown Seattle at Pike Place Market. After the first visit and tasting through the "The Hunt for the Reds of October" flight, we knew we'd be back. And we … Continue reading “The Tasting Room” in Seattle: Visit and Discover Washington’s Wines on Winetraveler.com

History & Technology Converge at Joe Wagner’s Copper Cane Wines on Winetraveler

There are few American winemaking families who have made a name for themselves as the Wagner family of Caymus Vineyards has. A multi-generational winemaking family, the Wagners have successfully passed the art of winemaking from father to son and daughter. Though Caymus was founded in 1972, the family has been in Napa Valley since the … Continue reading History & Technology Converge at Joe Wagner’s Copper Cane Wines on Winetraveler

Berkeley and Alameda Island East Bay Urban Wine Tasting Route on Winetraveler

Several years ago, I spent some time roaming around Berkeley while I was waiting for a friend to finish work. I'm a naturally curious person, so I followed my curiosity into an evolving warehouse district on the west side of the city. What I found was very exciting for a wine lover like me. I … Continue reading Berkeley and Alameda Island East Bay Urban Wine Tasting Route on Winetraveler

Top Woodinville Wineries & Tasting Rooms To Visit in the Hollywood District on Winetraveler.com

I do love visiting the Pacific Northwest! In fact, I think I wrote in a previous article or column that Seattle in the sunshine is the world's best-kept secret because it is the most perfect place. When the sky is clear, the weather can be lovely, and the scenery is even more incredible. One of … Continue reading Top Woodinville Wineries & Tasting Rooms To Visit in the Hollywood District on Winetraveler.com

5 Great Wineries that Should be on Your Argentina Wine Tasting Itinerary on Winetraveler.com

It has been a couple of years since I've traveled across Argentina, but it is definitely a country you don't forget easily. Some of the most beautiful views and vistas exist between the bottom of the continent at Ushuaia and the unbelievably stunning landscapes and backdrops in the northern province of Salta. If you are … Continue reading 5 Great Wineries that Should be on Your Argentina Wine Tasting Itinerary on Winetraveler.com

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

10 Great Virginia Wineries That Are a Day Trip From Washington, D.C. on Winetraveler

If you know me, you know that I really got my start writing about wine while living in Northern Virginia outside of Washington, D.C. I would spend some weekends out in Virginia Wine Country looking for the best glass of Virginia wine, and I would always bring some home or look for VA labels out … Continue reading 10 Great Virginia Wineries That Are a Day Trip From Washington, D.C. on Winetraveler