If anything is to turn curious drinkers away from wine, it would be ridiculous and pretentious hipster descriptors like “fresh cut garden hose” and “pencil shavings.” (more…)
Oh, bachelorette parties. A time when it is acceptable for full grown, adult women to wear matching pajamas and have a Spice Girls dance party.
Did someone ask you to bring an appetizer to the party? Do you need to make a grocery store run? Or do you simply not feel like making dinner?
So you just went on the best trip ever, hit up a few wineries, bought a few bottles, decided against shipping them, and now you have to fly home. Don’t fret, your bottles can come with you.
When most people think about the Super Bowl, they think about drinking beer tucked in their beer cozies, watching commercials about beer, smelling beer and cleaning up beer cans after the party. But, if you’re a wine lover, please repeat this to yourself out loud: There is no reason I cannot drink wine at the Super Bowl party. (more…)
Whether you’re just getting into wine or you’re trying to impress, there are five terms you need to know first and foremost. Trust us, wine will make a lot more sense, and get a lot more interesting once you understand these basics. (more…)
Richard and Colleen Clare Wines were the picture perfect couple of the World War II era. Richard (also known as Dick) served as a B-29 radio operator, stationed in Guam during WWII and spent his post-war life as a salesman. Clare worked for General Motors and was a delegate to two national political conventions. (more…)