Miami is truly the Magic City; a city where people come to drink, have fun, and forget who they are. In between the Mojitos and the Beach parties, sometimes, you just need a relaxing glass of wine. I'm always asked where someone should grab a glass of wine around town, so here is a list … Continue reading 18 Incredible Places To Have a Glass of Wine in Miami on Winetraveler.com
The Summer 2019 issue of Let's Eat magazine is hot off the presses, just in time for National Rosé Day on Saturday, June 8, 2019! The Provence Rosé Group has many wonderful rosés in their portfolio, and in the article, I cover three lovely bottles. If you are celebrating rosé this weekend, let me suggest … Continue reading Living the Rosé Lifestyle
As I'm posting this on my site, I'm sitting in Beaune, France, in the middle of Burgundy wine country, where Chardonnay and Pinot Noir reign supreme. While I may be far from the Southern Hemisphere currently, my Vino column in Biscayne Times newspaper covering wines from south of the Equator is hot off the presses. … Continue reading June Vino Column “Southern Hemisphere Chardonnays”
The best and the hardest part about the wine industry is that is a truly a field where you can never know absolutely everything. There is always room for more learning, experiencing, and tasting. Each glass of wine is a lesson in itself, but there is always more to know about viticulture, regions, laws, and … Continue reading Earning a Wine Certificate Through the International Sommelier Guild
With the warmer weather creeping in, you may be rosé-ing all day right now, but if you want to take a break and try something a little different, may I suggest a refreshing white Burgundy? White wine from Burgundy is almost always Chardonnay, but these wines are not your mother’s California Chardonnay. Typically, they are … Continue reading ‘Tis the Season for a White Burgundy
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!
Is it spring yet? Some of you up north may be wondering. When you're ready to switch wine gears, it may be time to try some new Iberian whites this spring! Check out my March Vino column in Biscayne Times newspaper for some economical suggestions of Spanish and Portuguese white wines! Cheers!
Check out my first article for the Coravin company blog and journey with me through the land of Grenache!
“There’s nothing better than a Chablis,” you may have heard someone say, and it is true that it can be hard to find a Chardonnay that is more “Chardonnay” than those found in the Burgundy region of Chablis. Perhaps it is the rich history of winemaking, along with the mysteries of terroir that add to … Continue reading Discover a New Chablis
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