To say I’m behind on my wine reviews is an UNDERstatement. I’ve had these bottles from Castello di Amorosa sitting in my queue for waaaay
I was supposed to meet up with Sharon Kazan Harris of RARECAT Wines last spring in DC, but due to a calamity of unfortunate events,
I put wineries in the same category as boats and horses — things I do not want to own. Once upon a time, I thought
There’s a lot of chatter in the wine world today about viticultural practices — specifically organic, biodynamic, and sustainable practices. Many vineyards are moving away from conventional practices (which
The first unit in my WSET (Wine & Spirits Education Trust) Diploma Level studies is Viticulture and Vinification. I have an extremely dense (also extremely dry)
A succulent, growing out of the beach cliffs at Torrey Pines Natural Reserve in San Diego, California. Our theme for the Weekly Photo Challenge this week is: Opposites.