It has been a couple months since I included domestic wines in my monthly Vino column in Biscayne Times newspaper, so in April, I explore some economical red blends from California. Check it out & cheers!
Sometimes, I get to write about things that really bring me joy— like Virginia wine! Or better yet, a friend and fellow ‘Cane who is making waves in the wine industry through his very successful bi-coastal winery. Thanks to Coravin for the opportunity to highlight Kirk Wiles and the FIRST bi-coastal winery in the U.S., Paradise … Continue reading On Coravin: From Sea to Shining Sea: America’s First Bi-Coastal Winery
What could be hotter than a wine rivalry? You decide: California or New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc? Check out my latest Vino column in Biscayne Times for some economical suggestions from each region.
We may be past the Fourth of July, but it's never too late to celebrate with economical wines from California's Central Coast. Check out my latest Vino column in Biscayne Times for some suggestions!
The Summer 2018 issue of Let's Eat Magazine is making its way around town! You can read it online here. Check out my article with suggestions on how to spend a couple days in Paso Robles Wine Country on page 15. Cheers!
The end of every year brings about a time of reflection for most people. Time to reflect on the goals and achievements of the past year, and time to consider new milestones to accomplish in the coming year. In a wine lover’s life, this period of reflection will also include some of the wine highlights … Continue reading 9 Wines I Tried in 2016 (and you should try them too!)
There is something very special about touring wine country-- the rolling hills, panoramic views of vineyards, and quaint tasting rooms dotted along a scenic 2-lane highway. When you visit Napa or Sonoma, just a couple hours outside the bustle of the city, you feel worlds away from the large metropolis of the Bay Area--in the … Continue reading No Time for Napa? Try an East Bay Urban Winery Tour!
Any wine lover knows that once you begin to drink better wines, it is virtually impossible to return to the grocery store brands you knew and loved in your earlier wine drinking days. Sure, you have one label here or there that you keep on reserve to take to those not-so-important dinner parties, but for … Continue reading Mega Purple in Your Wine, Oh My