On Coravin: The Mystical Role of Music in Winemaking

Several years ago when I first met Aurelio Montes, Jr., winemaker at Montes Wines in Chile, to taste his wines during a visit to Miami Beach, he explained to me the process of using Gregorian chants in his cellars where some of the premium  Montes wines aged in barrels. It was a technique that I … Continue reading On Coravin: The Mystical Role of Music in Winemaking

“Through the Grapevine” with Pasqua Family Italian Wines

February is the month of love, and what better way to celebrate love than with a bottle of wine from Verona, Italy, home of Romeo & Juliet? If you're an Italian wine aficionado, you don't want to miss Pasqua wines. Read my latest article in my "Through the Grapevine" column in South Florida Luxury Guide … Continue reading “Through the Grapevine” with Pasqua Family Italian Wines

It Rains Mud in Rome

...And other things I learned on my trip to Europe: COMING SOON! I promise I will post more about Austria and Italy once I get a moment to write a post--between working for money, writing for my UCLA course, and traveling to Minneapolis for work this week, I'm losing out on time to write what … Continue reading It Rains Mud in Rome