Barolo & Barbaresco rule Langhe, Italy

Piemonte is a dizzying gastronomic haven, rich in everything of a gourmand’s dream- truffles, mushrooms, hazelnuts (RE: Nutella), ambrosic red wine, historical whites and sweet, sparkling Moscato that even the most pretentious vinophile can’t deny when served with a slice of Pannetone or a hot afternoon. My husband and I planted ourselves in the capital, […]

Lake County Road Trip

  Lake County Road Trip The first week of December Aubrey and I road tripped to Lake County. To be frank, my expectations were not high but I kept an open mind.  Before this trip, I had a few Lake County wines I wasn’t fond of, a few that were great, and none that I […]

How Casablanca keeps it fresh

Check out our YouTube video on Casablanca! The development of Casablanca and San Antonio occurred seamlessly with the rising popularity of the fresher, brighter styles of wine. Both regions are included in the Aconcagua zone in Chile, although the climate is widely different than the hot, arid desert of the Aconcagua Valley. Founded in 1980 as […]

Wine, Science, Hospitality & Curiosity

Jennifer looking the sea

From Jennifer… My wine journey began with a glass of Chassagne-Montrachet in Tucson Arizona. I unenthusiastically moved to Tucson from my hometown Pittsburgh, PA when I was 20 because my parents transferred jobs. Both of my parents have PhDs and my father is also a Neurologist. I moved to Arizona planning to follow parental expectations; […]