For birthdays or house warmings, holidays or congratulations, a bottle of wine makes a wonderful gift, but what if the wine itself is not the only gift?
Recorded at SAVOR the Central Coast: David and Sara Schneider, Wine Editor of Sunset Magazine, conduct a blind tasting with the winners of the “Why I Want to Co-Host Grape Encounters Radio” Contest: Kellie Ann Rowe, Veralynn Parker and Deja Mohr. Be a fly on the wall as David goes out of his way to
For many wine drinkers, once a bottle is opened, it is likely to be finished at the same sitting? But, every once in a while, you might not finish that great bottle. So what should you really do?
Ever get a fatal error on your computer? There’s generally no fixing that problem. Have you ever had a bottle of wine fall victim to a fatal error? It happens, and it isn’t pretty.
We know which state makes the most wine. But do you know which one makes the least. If you guessed Hawaii or perhaps Utah, you would be… wrong.
It was a wine grape that was never quite at home in its native country. It always took a back seat to other Bordeauxs and was lucky if it got to be part of the blend. Today, it’s taken on a whole new life.
All across America—scratch that— all around the world, countless wine lovers with a desire to learn more about winemaking or simply participate in the process of this age-old art, volunteer their services in vineyards and wineries with passion and pride. Now, labor laws with a very different original purpose are being reinterpreted and used to
Oktoberfest is right around the corner and though the holiday is best known for beer drinking libations, wine drinkers can “prost” with the best of them.
Some things just seem to go together… Tequila and lime, Champagne and OJ… but wine and Coke? Yep, it’s rapidly becoming the other real thing… around the world.
Fall is on our doorstep and the standard time is not the only thing that we’ll be falling back to. If you’ve been savoring crisp, refreshing white wines all summer, I’ve got some fall back suggestions for you.
Billionaire Bill Koch has spent a lot of time in the news after discovering that a half-million dollar wine investment turned out to be fake. Wait until you hear just how much he’s spending to assure authenticity!