The second season of HBO mini-series, “The Gilded Age” recently dropped, highlighting the opulence of New York City during the time of rapid industrial growth of the Gilded Era (roughly 1875 – 1900) through the lens’ of two wealthy women. While the … [Read more...] about Try a Sip from the Gilded Age…
It’s hard to believe another summer season is about to close. Soon, I’ll be shifting gears from “fun in the sun” to full on harvest season, helping winemakers make fresh batches of wines! These last few weeks of warm evening nights have given me a … [Read more...] about The 2023 Rosé Roundup
Imagine opening a freshly chilled bottle of white wine. The cool condensation covers the bottle. The crisp, yellow color reminds you of the endless amounts of sunshine through these hot summer months. The trickle of cold, white wine is so seductive … [Read more...] about Alluring Aromatic White Wines
Recently, my husband opened up a bottle of Meiomi Pinot Noir (which I think was $22 at the grocery store), and he immediately said, “Ah. It’s sweet.” I’m not entirely sure if I was the one that alerted my husband to the increasing concentration … [Read more...] about Introducing the “International Style” of Red Wine
The White Wine Edition Many wine lovers often know wines by their varietal names: “Cabernet Sauvignon,” “Chardonnay,” “Pinot Grigio,” “Pinot Noir,” etcetera. But what takes a little more understanding and exploration is how the region the … [Read more...] about Do You Love Old World or New World Wines?