Tag Archives: Pinot Grigio

Bonnie Graves

Wine  glasses and barrels

While our domestic wine industry has focused more on traditional French grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, our grape-growing options have expanded along with the American public’s appetite for new and “different” grapes. Enter the era of “Cal-Ital,” a term that some love and others loathe. [Read more…]

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Chris Hallowell

Blind Tasting Blackjack

This year for April Fools Day, I tried to dupe my wine buddies with a game we call “Blind Tasting Black Jack.” Sure, this may be the wine geek equivalent of a Star Trek enthusiast learning Klingon, but it’s a ton of fun, so lay off. [Read more…]

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Sheri Sauter Morano

Since we are celebrating Columbus Day this week, it seemed like a perfect time to talk a little bit about Italian wines. For many people, discovering wine (and great food) is synonymous with Italy – my own love of wine… [Read more…]

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Dini Rao

Pairing food with wine is a tricky topic for me because I am of two minds here: 1)If you really love to drink Aussie Shiraz with your oysters, go ahead and keep loving that insane combination. 2)I can’t ignore the… [Read more…]

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Sheri Sauter Morano

Last weekend at a birthday party for my son’s friend, I got to talking with another mom about one of my guilty pleasures: Reality TV. It turns out that we share an appreciation (and a slight sense of embarrassment) for… [Read more…]

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