One of the best things about drinking wine is that each bottle can transport you to a place and time where those grapes were grown and where that bottle was made. Follow me around the world through these seven economical Pinot Noirs from different regions in my October Vino column in Miami newspaper, Biscayne Times.
It's the old East Coast/West Coast rivalry, but this time, we just have to decide if we want to drink these West Coast Sauvignon Blancs at these economical prices. I love writing my monthly Vino column for Miami's best newspaper, Biscayne Times, because it's a quick snapshot of some of the wine options available within... Continue Reading →
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 →
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!
Can you believe it is 2019 already? 100 years ago, our country was about to pass an amendment that would ban the making and selling of alcohol, sending our country into a 13-year long prohibition of alcohol. But that didn't stop Americans from partying! Are we ready for the "Roaring 20s" again? Can we do... Continue Reading →
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!
Check out my latest "Vino" column in Miami-based newspaper, Biscayne Times, for some economical suggestions of refreshing Pinot Grigios for Springtime. Cheers!
New Year, New Budget? Check out my latest Vino column in Miami-based newspaper, Biscayne Times for some extra-budget wine suggestions for the New Year!
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 →