New wines, new faces greeted visitors at the annual Michigan wine tasting in Detroit. Here’s what caught my eye and palate.
Resident wine expert Sandra Silfven on all things vino
California’s Bridlewood Estate delivers red wines with muscle and beauty — at an affordable price.
I love good Chardonnay and this one has the right price, style and complexity to please picky enthusiasts.
It’s nice to find a surprisingly good sipper on the cheap wine shelf. This 35 Degrees South dry white is on sale at Meijer for six bucks.
The country that even Pope Francis calls the “end of the world” is taking the U.S. wine market by storm. Look to Argentina for value.
The release of a vintage Champagne by Moet and Chandon is not just another new wine, it’s an event.
Dry red Malbec wines from Argentina are hot sellers in the U.S. Trivento’s Reserve Malbec is one of the reasons why.
It’s Michigan Wine Month. Read what MSU researchers discovered about people who visit Michigan wineries.
La Crema’s cool climate Monterey Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are classics at restaurants, and they are widely available at Metro Detroit stores if you are dining in.
Put Livio Felluga on your list of must-find wine estates in Italy and it’s time to celebrate Michigan Wine Month.