I got to write about my favorite grape in many of its forms and styles in the October issue of Biscayne Times. Read the article on the Biscayne Times website here. There are several types of Grenache grapes that can be made into different styles of wine.
Alimony doesn't always have to be a dirty word. But if it is to you, consider finding a way to add a more positive association to it. How about attaching it to a bottle of wine from a Napa Valley producer who may have had some experience on the wrong end of a marriage? Luckily,... Continue Reading →
If you find yourself traveling north to south through France, there's a good chance that you may end up somewhere along the beautiful Rhône River at some point during your journey. In fact, during a recent trip through French wine country, we ended up inadvertently crossing that river a total of about 20 times--although, this is... Continue Reading →