• Funnymen Wines

    Sometimes you just have to laugh, hopefully with some frequency, especially if you’re one of our funnymen winemakers. Everybody knows that the best way to...


  • Orgeat Syrup Recipe

    Orgeat is an almond syrup that adds a lightly sweet, nutty flavor to cocktails. The Mai Tai is the most well-known drink that contains orgeat--although many...


  • Kosher Wines

    Some cuisines shouldn’t be innovated simply for the extreme guilty and emotional pleasures they bring us. Home-style kosher foods come to mind. Thankfully,...


  • South of France

    The last time I wrote about the value wines of France, I began by working on a premise that was to include the entire South of France. As I began to write, I...


  • Juslyn Vertical Tasting

    This past Wednesday we were lucky to have hosted a fine tasting of Juslyn’s Estate Cabernet Sauvignon with Managing Partner and General Manager Stephanie...


  • What We've Been Reading

    Passover is just around the corner and with that will come large groups of family and friends gathering for the traditional Seder meal. Since wine features...


  • Family-run Winemaking in Piedmont

    I am fortunate to have spent more than my fair share of time tasting and talking with Luca Currado. Luca, as you may know, is the winemaker of Piedmont’s...


  • Honey Bourbon Cocktail Cherries

    This cocktail cherry recipe will take you about 15 minutes... and I promise you'll like them better than those radioactive-looking "maraschino" cherries most...


  • Vietti Tasting

    2010 Roero Arneis: A little yeasty on the nose with apple, apricot and floral tones. A touch of spritz upon opening, this is lively and really fresh with...


  • Frei Brothers Reserve Virtual Tasting

    In celebration of Earth Day, we invite you to a one-of-a-kind virtual wine tasting event that celebrates Sonoma County wines that are expertly crafted using...


  • 20 More Nero d'Avolas to Try

    2008 Feudo Maccari Saia Nero d’Avola, $30: Woody and raw on the nose, with a harshness that obscures attractive spice and herb tones. A touch of rounded...


  • Nero d'Avola Roundup

    Nero d’Avola has been Sicily’s gateway grape for that past several years. Truth is, winemakers are planting Nero d’Avola willy-nilly to try and get in...


  • Where's Your Palate?

    There’s so much talk about the American palate, the European palate, the New World palate, or the Old World palate; and yet, no one has really been able to...


  • How to Chill a Glass

    Cold cocktails should be served in cold glasses. But there are different ways to chill a glass. Don’t worry; they all work well! It’s just a matter of...


  • 6 Palate Profiles to Consider

    While I encourage everyone to explore the world of wine in as deep and broad a capacity as each can and wants, the fact remains that people find their own...


  • Wine 101 - Sicily

    Having just returned from a visit to Sicily, I thought this would be a great opportunity to introduce you to some of the island’s great wines. Truth is, I...


  • Spottswoode Vertical Tasting

    Spottswoode. It’s a name, particularly when paired with Cabernet Sauvignon, that tends to elicit a uniformly impressed reaction from wine lovers across a...


  • What We've Been Reading

    In case you missed it, Italy celebrated its 150th anniversary as a unified state last month - and naturally, an occasion as momentous as this deserved some...


  • New World Riesling Roundup

    Riesling is a grape that always seems to be on the edge of everyone’s radar. This super flexible variety is sort of like the Pinot Noir of white grapes –...


  • Italian Sparkling Citrus Punch

    Continuing on our theme of light and fresh spring cocktails, we bring you a fun Italian-style punch sure to bring some brightness to the longer days. This...


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