Wise in age and established in fruit are characteristics of Old Vine Zinfandel’s
I love Zinfandel wines.
Old vine wines send off a sophisticated and refined characteristic about them. Old vines are seasoned and worldly. Did you know that the same grape vine can grow for over 100 years? Continue reading
A big, jammy red blend with a kick!
When it comes to red blend wines, I find that some of them can be on the sweeter side. I prefer blends to have a balance between fruit and spice. Continue reading
I haven’t found a wine from Rosenblum Cellars that I didn’t enjoy.
It’s no secret that Rosenblum produces a large number of wines from vineyards all over California. Many of their wines have become favorites of mine. Their zinfandel in particular, delish! Continue reading
A rather handsome red wine from the Chateauneuf-du-Pape region of France.
I must start this blog off with a confession, I know very little about French wines. Whew, I am glad I got that off my chest! Continue reading
A crisp, delicate white from the Calchaqui Valley.
South American wines are some of the foremost influential wine regions of the world. This white blend in particular is a great testament to the region of Argentina. Continue reading
Napa Valley just keeps cranking out great wines. I am in awe of that region.
I found this one, way back in my wine cellar. Okay, I don’t have a wine cellar (yet), but I did pull this one from way back in my wine rack! I can honestly boast that my wine rack is completely full and it’s a beautiful site! Continue reading
I generally don’t pick up chardonnay’s at the wine store. I am not sure exactly why that is!
This chardonnay was recommended to me by my nephew, so I had to pick it up and try it. I am glad I did, it’s impressive. Continue reading
An audacious red blend from Napa Valley.
Sometimes red blends can be on the sweet side I find. This handsome 2009 is anything but sweet! Bold, adventurous, daring are adjectives I would use when describing O.P.C. Buoncristiani.
Lately it seems that many famous musicians are turning off their microphones for a bit and making wine.
People like, Dave Mathews, Maynard James Keenan, Boz Scaggs and now Jimmy Stafford, from Train.
I have to admit, I am not one to seek out these “Musician” wines really. I know that the musicians aren’t the ones making Continue reading
A Pinot Noir from California.
Monterey County to be exact! Continue reading