Teneral Cellars — Wines Empowering Beyond The Glass
Inequities in the wine industry are very much in the spotlight these days, as they absolutely should be! Most importantly, a lack of inclusion for blacks and people of color to women’s mistreatment needs to remain at the forefront of the wine industry’s conversation until…
Wine Insiders — The Real Deal Review Is Super Helpful
I was recently provided with an opportunity to sample several wines from the direct-to-consumer online wine shop Wine Insiders. My goal in this write-up is to offer readers my real deal review about their wines and online wine shop. In these unusual times, more and more…
Wine Review: Maritana Vineyards — Not Just Any California Wine
I love exploring—new places, products, and different cuisines. When it comes to discovering something new, I am usually game. These two bottles of Maritana Vineyards wines are my latest significant discoveries. Ok, maybe I didn’t really find them, find them. Perhaps I saw a wine…
Supporting Local Wineries
It is no secret, many local wineries are small businesses. Wineries rely heavily on events, wine clubs, and retail and tasting room sales to keep their doors open. Throughout the wine world, the emphasis has been placed on supporting local wineries. But the call to…
The Beauty And the Danger Of Wine Buying
We have all been in the wine shop scanning the isles trying to figure out what wines to purchase. Wine buying can be frightening. Well, I have a few wine buying tips for you that might actually help you with selecting wines you will enjoy….
Quick Sip: Appaloosa Syrah 2016
This ‘Quick Sip’; Appaloosa Syrah 2016 produced by Claar Cellars in the Columbia Valley of Washington state. 100% Syrah made from grapes sourced from their White Bluffs Vineyard. I received this wine as part of a ‘mystery case’ wine shipment ordered from the Wine Awesomeness wine club….
Wines to Try: Intrinsic Red Blend
Browsing the wine isles, and discovered I’m still a sucker for a beautiful wine label. This Intrinsic Red Blend label is stunning. However, be not fooled, the juice in this bottle is just as beautiful as the container. This Bordeaux red blend from Columbia Valley, Washington is fermented for…
Quick Sip: Erath Winery Pinot Noir 2015
Erath Winery Pinot Noir, a value wine I would buy again ($16). Ripe red fruits and sour cherries, sweet tobacco flavors with dried herbs, and hints of vanilla. Nice acidity. This one is very drinkable and very affordable Pinot. Wine lovers from all walks of…
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