I tried an oyster once. It tasted like a dirty aquarium. And I’m pretty sure it tried to crawl back up my throat. People eat these things?
Last month’s Virginia Wine Chat brought me to Granite Heights Winery in Warrenton, Virginia. It’s a scant nine miles from my house, and until that night, almost completely off
Horton Vineyards was responsible for my very first “Wow! This is serious!” moment about Virginia wine. Back in the early 90s, Horton made a Viognier under their Tower Series
During last month’s Virginia Wine Chat at Rappahannock Cellars, we had a lively discussion about which grape was the most under-utilized grape in Virginia. Not the most under-planted grape,
Live from Rappahannock Cellars . . . it’s the 27th edition of the Virginia Wine Chat! For the unfamiliar, the Virginia Wine Chat is a monthly
I’ve visited a ton of Virginia wineries over the years. But I’ve only been writing this blog for a few short months, so I’m gradually