Tag: Winery Review

From Tasting Room to Living Room

With virtual wine tasting on the rise, consider it for celebrating a special occasion with family or friends, adding a twist to entertaining, or simply enjoying a quiet evening at home.

Enchanting Destination in Willamette Valley

The Pacific Northwest provides so many diverse wine experiences and one of my new favorites is in the heart of the Willamette Valley in Oregon. With its unique soil diversity and various Pinot Noir clones, learning about wine is almost as fun as sipping… Continue Reading “Enchanting Destination in Willamette Valley”

Rune: An Emerging Arizona Rhone Ranger

Rune is producing beautiful Rhone-style blends, such as Grenache, Petite Sirah and Syrah.

Paso Robles Wine Adventure

Producing a variety of wine styles and tasting experiences that appeal to everyone, Paso Robles is a California wine destination that shouldn’t be missed.

Crux, an Emerging Sonoma Star

Sunset Magazine recently announced that October is Sonoma County Wine Month, so I am celebrating with Crux, a relatively new winery in Sonoma specializing in Rhone varietals.

Jamieson Ranch, a Winery that Wins Heartshare

Jamieson Ranch is the trifecta for a Napa Valley winery: beautiful surroundings, quality winemaking, and social awareness.

Wining and Dining with Sbragia

A wine dinner with Sbragia, a Sonoma standout, makes for a festive affair to an otherwise oppressive, muggy summer evening in Florida.

Five Healdsburg Wineries to Visit

Summer is just around the corner, and we love our wine country weekends for enjoying the long, warm days and mild evenings. One of our all-time favorite wine regions in Northern California for a weekend getaway is the Healdsburg area. Home to Alexander Valley,… Continue Reading “Five Healdsburg Wineries to Visit”