These days more and more quality wines are going the way of the screw top, and I for one, am thrilled.
I tend to get stuck on the white and rosé wagon for summer, but sometimes I have a hankering for red. The other night I selected this wine, Le Claux Delorme Valençay, for a friend’s birthday and it was such hit I had to share.
We drank this rosé all weekend, so I had to share it. It’s a delicious, light wine with great fruit and wonderful tang — summer in a glass.
If you’re hosting a party and wine glasses will be on the table (as it should be!), here’s a great little tip to get those glasses streak free and the best part, it does not involve manual labor!
The wine world can be intimidating, but it doesn’t need to be. Here are a few quick tips that will make you a hosting pro.
My new favorite find is this Birichino Vin Gris 2011, this rosé is light, fruity and not too complicated– don’t we all need a little of that in our life?
The return of Mad Men Sunday night is the perfect excuse to get out of your nightly lounge wear (yoga pants and waffle tee for this girl) shimmy into a shift, kitten heels, put on a strand of pearls and enjoy a night with Sterling, Cooper, Draper & Pryce.
There are a couple of characteristics my husband and I look for when planning our dining adventures.
This is the second in my Trader Joe’s wine tasting series (see my reviews of TJ’s whites). For this round I chose seven reds based first on price ($12.99 and under) and second on origin: a mix of domestic, French, and Italian.
I thought it might be fun to try it and also grab some other wines for comparison. So I threw a random selection of bottles in the cart, tasted them all, and came-up with a few that were winners.