Woodford, Versailles, Kentucky

Celebrating National Bourbon Heritage Month – Bourbon Curious

September is, through an act of the United States Congress in 2007, National Bourbon Heritage Month. Along with wine and other regular articles, I will be sharing occasional postings on my favorite spirit, Bourbon,...

2012 Lenz Moser Prestige Blaufränkisch

In his first "official" post, he shares his experience with the Blaufränkisch (the what?!?) that he tasted a few evenings ago.

Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Frugal – “Target”ing Malbec

Pescetarians and vegetarians may find this too big a wine to have with halibut or tofu.

Martian Ranch & Vineyard – One Woman’s Biodynamic Journey

I look at my vineyard as a living entity, my third child. When I’m not here I miss my vineyard as though it were a person.

Honeymoon, Africa, Cape Town, and Wine! (Part 5 – Views and Penguins!)

Hours later my bride and I arose from a food-induced coma and wandered down to the bar.

Are Rosés Losing Their Mojo?

I purchased a couple of bottles - one for sharing and one for binge-watching something romantic on Netflix. Can't pair this with a slasher movie.

Robert Hall – Tour, Winery, Caverns, and Tasting

Robert Hall founded the winery in 1999 with his wife and grew it to become the fifth-largest in the region.

Koehler Winery – History and Tasting

Winemaker Colin Murphy and Vineyard Manager Felipe Hernandez collaborate regularly to ensure the quality of the fruit improves from year to year.
Stark Condé Estate Entry

Honeymoon, Africa, Cape Town, and Wine! (Part Four – Stark-Condé and Tokara)

However, it was the sign in front of the vines that proved the most disconcerting. It read: “Leopards in the Fynbos.”
Epoch boxes Paderewski

Epoch Estate Wines: A Winemakers Vision of the Future

I’ve found that, where concrete highlights minerality in the wines, amphora aging imparts a grounding, earthy effect.

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