Mighty Mighty Malbecs

As the summer barbecue season parades forward in full glory, it seems fitting to take note of the history of one of the most...

Don’t Cry for Me Argentina

Geographically vast, it is no surprise that Argentina has more land dedicated to wine growing than any other country in South America. What is...

The Wine Wonder Down Under

The wine wonder down under, Australia, has been producing wine since the 1800s and is the largest wine exporter of the new world countries....

Three Cheers for Chenin

Although it is a widely planted international grape variety, Chenin Blanc is surprisingly not a very common everyday go-to wine here in the US....

Complementary Identity

Trentino-Alto Adige is a powerhouse wine region with a dual identity. While most grape growing areas celebrate homogeneity and common characteristics in their wines,...

Hooray for Rosé (Part I)

With the summer heat upon us and the “Rosé All Day” promotion in full force, it seems fitting to discuss a very common yet...

Oh Sherry – The Journey of a Wine

Most casual wine drinkers associate Sherry as the drink of choice for the comically pompous Crane brothers from the 90s sitcom “Frasier.” But, truth...

Prosecco

Greetings fellow wine drinkers, For me, the winter holidays in SWF always signify the start of hopefully cooler weather (I’m ready, how about you?) I...

5 Things To Do This Weekend in Cape Coral

Masquerade ball, movie, recitals, wine, women's empowerment and more! Making weekend plans?  Check out these 5 things to do this weekend in Cape Coral: $5 Wine...

Opposites Attract

Every kindergartner enthusiastically learns the contrarian counterpart of a sweet piece of candy is a sour, lip puckering lemon. And a handful of dry,...
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