History & Wine &…Beer?

For those of us who appreciate a little historical personality in our local watering holes in Miami, it seems as though it has been harder and harder for us to hold onto the old haunts that originally gave the city its famous reputation as a slick, shady, and sexy town. As each establishment is torn… Continue reading History & Wine &…Beer?

Advertisements

May Vino Column “Have Some French Chardonnay for May”

In my latest Vino Column, you will find some economical French Chardonnay suggestions to help you celebrate International Chardonnay Day AND National Wine Day this May! Cheers!  

Spring Into Sparkling Rosé Wine

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!  

April Vino Column “Celebrate Malbec World Day with These Argentine Reds”

Check out my April Vino column in Miami-based newspaper, Biscayne Times. I'll give you some suggestions of economical Malbecs you can drink to celebrate Malbec World Day on April 17th! Cheers!  

March Vino Column “Springtime Means Pinot Grigio”

Check out my latest "Vino" column in Miami-based newspaper, Biscayne Times, for some economical suggestions of refreshing Pinot Grigios for Springtime. Cheers!  

Chilean Wines to Indulge in This Week

South American wine is so hot right now, and not just because some of the best economical wines are coming out of that continent. Countries like Chile and Argentina have stunning wine countries with rich histories that can rival the countryside and wine folklore coming out of California or France. Perhaps the rustic nature of… Continue reading Chilean Wines to Indulge in This Week

February Vino Column–Biscayne Times

Check out my latest column in Miami-based newspaper, Biscayne Times, for some French red wine suggestions to romance your honey on Valentine's Day. Cheers!  

Stunning Gaia Wine from Argentina

Over the course of the six weeks that I traveled through Argentina last year, I tasted and experienced many different wines from that beautiful country. From a Blind Wine Tasting Adventure in the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires hosted by Buenos Aires Art Tours to an actual off-the-beaten-path adventure to the highest winery in the world… Continue reading Stunning Gaia Wine from Argentina

The American Fine Wine Competition Announces Results from the 11th Annual Judging

January 22, 2018, South Florida: Announced today were the winners of the prestigious American Fine Wine Competition, where more than 630 wines from 200 wineries vied for top honors in the invitation-only event. The Judging -- conducted by a 28-member blue ribbon panel of wine industry journalists,educators, restaurateurs, retailers, and top sommeliers from across the country… Continue reading The American Fine Wine Competition Announces Results from the 11th Annual Judging