Valentine's Day is about love and romance. And sex. (There. I said it.) As I've been reminded while writing this article, plenty of people think that wine can help get them there, so I'm here to play along with these recommendations. Plus a twist on each.
“There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved.”No doubt the words to this famous quote were meant to warm one’s heart and ignite passion. But just in case that doesn’t work, perhaps a nice bottle of sparkling wine will.With romance in the air what better time is there to uncork a bottle of wine then on Valentine’s Day? Sparkling wine or Champagne shared with that special someone can only make your valentine love you more. At least that’s
The best way to spend your Valentine’s Day night is to drink a fabulous bottle of rosé Champagne--- because we all know that going out to dinner on February 14th is a really terrible idea. Restaurants are in “just-get-it-done” mode, serving a fixed menu within a fixed period of time [...]
For many people a bottle of dessert wine is a once a year purchase, and Christmas is the time when they splash out on a sweet wine to finish their meal in style. Here are three very contrasting styles of wine, with contrasting prices too, but each a ...
The Perrin family are one of the few large French producers who entered California and managed to actually make something distinctly Californian, jump start a lesser known region, push a new way of thinking about certain grape varieties in the state, and actually make excellent wine.
This Valentine’s Day show your affection to your sweetie with a bottle, or few, of rosé. Rosé wines reach from bone dry and elegant, to sparkling and celebratory and through to sweet and sultry. Just as pink is the half way hue between white and red on the colour spectrum, drinking pink offers up the best of both in the wine worlds. You get the freshness and acidity of white wines, plus the structure, berry fruit and tannin presence of reds. This matrimony of styles makes rose wines particularly food-friendly, and the darling of many sommeliers and chefs. You needn’t be either to pick a pack of rosés to suit your Valentine’s Day plans, whether it’s a romantic multicourse dinner à deux, a solo supper or a brunch with family and friends.
Only Rosé wine among the Wine Spectator's TOP 100 published last November, Miraval announced today the release of the 2013 vintage. From Friday, February 7th, 2014, at 9 am (Paris time), a limited quantity of Miraval Rosé will be on sale on the websites http://www.miraval-provence.com/ in France
The year was 1847 and Nicholas Longworth, one of the fathers of the American wine industry, wasn’t off on his prediction. By then, his Ohio sparkling wine from the foxy Catawba grape had been one of America’s first wine successes for nearly 20 years.
Fogust is behind us, Karl the Fog is set for vacation, a proper Bay Area summer is under way, and that can only mean it's time for another installment in our value hunt - one tailored to the sunny days on the way in the next month.
Inky, black Petite Sirah grapes Personal opinions abound regarding Merlot, Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon wines. Yet, when people are asked their thoughts on Petite Sirah the response is usually a blank stare.
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