When Wine Meets Art: The Chateau Mouton Rothschild Label Throughout the Decades

© Château Mouton Rothschild *This is a guest post by our friends at Millesima. Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Niki de Saint Phalle, Marc Chagall, Jeff Koons, Andy Warhol… These are just a few of the dozens of influential creators who have contributed to the cultural legacy of Bordeaux Classified First Growth Chateau Mouton Rothschild. Every... Continue Reading →

Travel from SoFL to SoCal for Wine in Biscayne Times

My latest Vino column for Biscayne Times takes us on a journey from South Florida to Southern California in search of wine. Take a look at some of the fun adventures you can have while visiting Southern California's Temecula Valley wine region. Read the article on BiscayneTimes.com. Visit Bottaia Winery in Temecula and sip wine... Continue Reading →

Make Time for a Washington Wine Tasting Adventure in Biscayne Times

My November Vino column is out in Miami's favorite local publication, Biscayne Times, and it's all about a western wine-tasting adventure in the Washington State region of Lake Chelan. I had the opportunity to visit Lake Chelan back in September and just fell in love with this charming region on the eastern side of the... Continue Reading →

Transport Yourself to the South of France with Wine in Biscayne Times

You don't have to twist my arm! My September Vino column for Miami's Biscayne Times newspaper is about the wines of Gérard Bertrand. He's known around the world for his iconic "South of France" lifestyle and biodynamic winemaking, as well as his annual Jazz à l’Hospitalet music festival that takes place at his Château L’Hospitalet... Continue Reading →

My Top Wines of 2020 List That You Don’t Care About Reading

Be warned, this is actually just another “tops” list that you are probably only reading while you sit on the toilet, but I’ll write it anyway. I recently asked my Facebook “friends” if they cared about “tops” lists, and the replies were mixed. Actually, I take that back. The replies were mostly down the middle... Continue Reading →

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