California sparkling wine traces its roots back to Sonoma in the 1880s with the founding of Korbel Champagne Cellars. Today, Korbel sells the largest volume of sparkling wine made in the méthode champenoise in the U.S. There is always of bit of controversy around Korbel because it continues to refer to it’s product as “California…
Parody of Old Spice Commercial for Paso Robles Zinfandel Festival
Petite Sirah Paradise…Dark and Delicious!
This week’s T.G.I.F. Champagne and the like tasting turned in to a T.G.I. Saturday tasting since we went to the Dark and Delicious Petite Sirah wine event Friday night. As Gomer Pyle would say “SUprise, SUprise – a sparkler from New Mexico! Gruet makes both Vintage, and Non-Vintage sparkling wine, and still wines. It was…
Sensational #Syrah Day Tasting @ JC Cellars
Great start to V-Day weekend – Tasting flight of Schramsberg Sparkling Wines
Couscous replaces rice in this 15-minute version of the Spanish classic.
Last year was the first time we celebrated Open That Bottle Night (“OTBN”). OTBN 2011 is February 26th. If you’re not familiar with OTBN here’s the 411 according to the OTBN website (check it out for OTBN stories, party ideas )… “Every year since 2000, on a special Saturday night in February, friends, couples and…
Do Old Vines make a difference, or it just clever marketing?
Looking for great deal on Bordeaux? – Try this Rosé!