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…
Trends: Will The Rosé Rush Be Crushed?
As the temperatures begin to rise, once again, there will be a return of gobs of rosé. The pink juice has continued to grow and become more popular over recent years. Warmer weather generally means a significant increase in sales for the pink drink. U.S….
Perfect Pairings: Chateau de Campuget Tradition Rosé 2018
Welcome to 2020! The holidays were absolutely fantastic. I enjoyed every minute of both Thanksgiving and Christmas. But, I will say I am glad to return to my regular routine. This is my first blog post of the New Year. I am excited to share…
Perfect Pairings: An Early Mountain Low-Country Boil In Minutes
It’s summertime, and you know what that means; It’s time for a low-country boil! In my case, an Early Mountain Low-Country boil. Wait…what? What the heck is a “Low-Country Boil”? Origins of Low-Country Boil I will tell you what is — a mouthwatering one-pot…
Bottle Notes: Raventos I Blanc Cava De Nit Rosado
How can it be so that we should be enjoying rosé year-round? That’s preposterous! Rosé is for sipping in the seasonally warmest months. After all, the season along with the coordinating flavors; ripe berries, fresh juicy melons, and bright citrus — reminiscent of a beautiful…
A Round Of Eastern U.S. Rosé
When you blink, do you see pink? Don’t bother checking the mercury level in the thermometer. Rosé season has launched, and winemakers have released the pink juice to kick off the season of fun-in-the-sun. Retailers and wine shop shelves across the nation are overflowing with…
Trends: Rosé Becoming the Rage
Rosé Becoming the Rage! Have you noticed there is pink on the scene more and more frequently these days? Rosé popularity is quickly growing, and it is becoming all the rage in the wine world – mostly because it is shedding the stigma of being…
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