LaZarre Moshina Mosh Pit blend wine
In a sea of deep red the 2020 Dissonance is a bright beacon of change, guiding your “I only drink red wine” friends and family to the glorious light. Blackbird Vineyard’s winemaker Aaron Pott has taken cool climate Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon, creating a beautiful, complex blend that tastes above
Have you ever tried a wine, really enjoyed it, and then discovered that the winemaker is adorably outgoing, friendly, and creates ultra cute social media posts while also being smart and informative? And, although you’ve never met her in person, you know you like her and this just might be
I love learning about new, small-lot, family owned wineries and how they came to be. As someone who took the medical (well, dental in my case) route career wise, I’m always fascinated when I hear about people jumping ship and following an entirely different path. Branden Hamby did just that.
Have you visited Corner 103 in Sonoma, California? It’s on the corner of West Napa Street and First Street West (103 West Napa Street) in historic Sonoma Square. Founder Lloyd Davis wanted to create an environment where people could come to learn about wine and enjoy tasting in a relaxed,
Alma, the Spanish word for soul, is what winemaker Bibiana González Rave’s wines are all about. She puts a lot of energy and tenacious soul into her grapes, so that they are the best quality for the wines she loves to make.
Four examples of her label, Alma de Cattleya,
Who else would like to take a year-long sojourn in wine country? Not an overnight, pressed for time getaway, but a true brief stay. Even our bottles of wine sometimes feel rushed. We open them, and within minutes (or an hour or so) they’re gone. So, even if we can’t
Eden Rift’s 2017 Estate Pinot Noir tastes like… remember that vacation you took and after walking and exploring all day you stopped at a small, street side restaurant you knew nothing about? No checking online reviews or studying the menu ahead of time, it just had a good feel to
We hear the word sustainable in the world of wine often. Merriam-Webster defines this “as of, relating to, or being a method of harvesting or using a resource so that the resource is not depleted or permanently damaged.” Some would argue sustainability in wine is just as, if not even
Big Sur’s 2017 Arroyo Seco “Big Sur Red” is a Rhône style blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Petite Sirah. Pour a glass, then another, stare into the label, and be mentally transported to the coast of Monterey County. Soar above the rugged, gorgeous coastline, where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise