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Category Archives: What We’re Drinking
It’s been 7 years since we watched Miles and Jack take that life-altering road trip through Santa Barbara wine country, but the enthusiasm for Pinot Noir remains strong. People are still seeking great Pinot, and even better, great, affordable Pinot. And it can be had! We are enjoying more and more … More
The problem with productive wine lunches is that they lead to slightly less productive afternoons. So I write of that lunch and the delicious wines tried an entire week after the fact.
One of my favorite wines to drink in the summer is Godello (pronounced go-DAY-oh), a seemingly obscure white variety from the northwest Spanish region, Galicia. I discovered this grape a few years back when I snagged a bottel of Bodegas Godeval from our Berkeley retail store. I was immediately hooked and … More
In the search for a perfect value red to serve at my sister’s wedding next spring, we’ve started to pick up some bottles to taste. Since we visit the Rhône region often, I think it appropriate that she include a wine from the area. So off I went to find a great … More