Amore di Amarone

As the season of love, hearts and all things red and delicious is upon us, it seems fitting to delve into America’s passion for...

The Name Game

If it seems like the topic of grape names is unnecessarily complex, take heart, you are not alone! Even folks in the wine industry...

The Oregon Trail

Though it has a relatively short, five-decade tenure of serious commercial wine growing that comprises just 1% of the US’s wine market, the state...

Imagine that, Priorat!

A heavyweight contender in the wine industry, Spain is the world’s third largest producer of wine. While the names of some of Spain’s more...

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....

Spooktacular Trolley photo recap

The last Saturday of October was the South Cape Spooktacular Trolley Event hosted by SCHEA (the South Cape Hospitality and Entertainment Association.)  The night...

It’s All Your Fault — Part I

Most wine drinkers have had the disappointing experience of popping open an intensely anticipated bottle of wine to discover the contents had transformed into...

Glass Half Full – Holiday Wine Glass Gifts

Here we are at the beginning of the holiday season and, once again, we are tasked with gift giving dilemmas. Every year the question...

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,...

Try the Alluring Albariño Wines from the Iberian Peninsula

A number of indigenous white grapes call the northwestern corner of the Iberian Peninsula home. But there is one variety that has been making...
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