When the weather is hot and the sun is shining all I want to do is go outside with my baby and drink a little rosé. There is no finer pairing with sunlight than a chilled pink wine. Maybe the bright fruit flavors mimic the tension and intensity of the light, or the cool temperature … Continue reading Fall In Love … With Rosé
There’s no way around it. We all use some kind of scoring system for qualifying our pleasures. Whether it’s a new romantic prospect, a restaurant, or a wine, the idea that the essence of a whole can be summed up in stars or points has been wound into our appreciation of pleasure. Scoring things is … Continue reading Should You Trust Wine Scores?
Have you ever found yourself wondering why some wine labels have a brand name or a grape variety on the label, while others have the name of a wine region? Does this make it difficult to decide what wine to buy? We don’t want to be wrong, after all. We want to know that the … Continue reading It’s Okay To Judge A Wine By Its Label
Women play a major role in the development of the wine industry. Some of the world’s most popular wines and brands have been created or piloted into the public spotlight by women. What’s more, women have been proven time and again to be better tasters than their male counterparts. Whether they are pruning the vines, … Continue reading Celebrating Women In The Wine Industry
I like playing the devil's advocate. For the sake of discussion, let's take a look at the image above. Aside from the spelling errors, what do you notice about these wine grape leaves? Are there any similarities between botanical design and the flavors that 'define' the grape wines made from that variety? How about when … Continue reading Wine Grape Leaves – A Study