I always get excited whenever I remove the foil from the mouth of a wine bottle and a glass cork reveals itself! Don’t get me wrong, I get off on the anticipation and dexterity sometimes required to remove a traditional cork from a full-bodied red followed by the mouth-watering sensation induced by sniffing the stained […]
Spain is the third largest wine producing nation in the world, right behind France in 2nd place and Italy in 1st place. Spanish wine varietals like Tempranillo, Garnacha, and a blend of Xarel-lo, Macabéo, and Parellada used for the production of rose or white Cava (the French Champagne equivalent) offer exceptional value and a bold […]
Here are some simple pairing tips to try: Pinot Noir + dishes with earthy flavors. Chardonnay + fatty fish or fish in a rich sauce. Champagne + anything salty. Cabernet Sauvignon + gamey red meat.