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No need to save Bordeaux for special occasions or let it languish in your cellar for decades. There are plenty of perfectly drinkable – and affordable! – bottles of Bordeaux for everyday drinking.
It’s International #TempranilloDay – time to celebrate by opening up your favorite bottle of Tempranillo and sharing what you’re drinking and why you love it.
This grape, indigenous to Spain, is actually the fourth most planted wine grape in the world. It produces wines that are medium to full-bodied, with … More
They are here. And almost gone. I speak of the Downton Abbey wines, a white and a red from Bordeaux of which even Carson would approve.
We tasted these wines yesterday and were quite impressed. Though some wines that latch on to a celebrity name or brand are not stellar … More
Halloween is fast approaching (as in 3 days from now!). The evening is full of spooky revelry for both kids and adults. In my neighborhood, after the kiddos are in bed and the masses have subsided, the adults get together for their own version of candy – wine & cocktails! … More
Wine.com is gearing up for an awesome event, Grapes of Rock, to be held here in San Francisco at the Fort Mason center. Forget the old pairing of rock and beer (or maybe its whiskey), and starting thinking rock & wine. Poison fans out there will rejoice when they … More