Throughout the time when the world was instructed to “stay home,” I was tasting through bottles of wine in the comfort of my living room.
Here are my tasting notes for the wines consumed during our time in quarantine over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020.
Quarantine Wines 1 (Italian wines, Argentine Malbec, Burgundy, Virginia, Cherry Pie Pinot Noir, and more!)
Quarantine Wines 2 (my new favorite Sicilian, sparkling wines, Burgundy, Bee Hunter Pinot Noir, Stephanie’s Cuvée, and Spanish wines)
Quarantine Wines 3 (lots more sparkling and Ribera del Duero)
Quarantine Wines 4 (Sancerre, Bordeaux, and a lone Napa Cab)
Quarantine Wines 5 (Fantastic Oregon Pinot, two of my favorite Champagnes, and a Spanish Vino de Pago)
Quarantine Wines 6 (Rioja, Verdicchio, Slovenian Wine, Champagne, Burgundy, Cedar + Salmon, and more)
Quarantine Wines 7 (Orange Wine from Oregon, Gewurtaminer, Valpolicella, Australian Cab, Spanish Rosados, and Domaine Bousquet Malbec)
Quarantine Wines 8 (New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, Burgundy Premier Cru, Bee Hunter Wine, Sonoma Zin, Napa Cab, and buttery Sonoma Chardonnay)
Quarantine Wines 9 (Bordeaux, Duckhorn, and a Virginia Petit Manseng Trio)
Quarantine Wines 10 (Australian Riesling, Sangiovese, 3 Champagnes, My Favorite Garnacha, Argentine Organic Wine, Chablis, Soave)