Dial up your comfort level at supper tonight with reds that can warm the soul.
Resident wine expert Sandra Silfven on all things vino
Wine is such a part of our lifestyle today that producers and organizations use the fruit of the vine to support special causes.
Looking for a wine to gift a friend — or better yet yourself? Wild Horse Winery & Vineyards is an iconic brand that makes reds that melt in the mouth.
St. Francis Winery in Sonoma offers this Rose for Breast Cancer Awareness Month made from the free-run juice of the pressing of grapes bound for the Meritage.
Bonterra has been a name in organic wines since the early 1990s. And this brand that is part of the Fetzer family is a survivor. Under a new owner it still flouirshes — and dazzles the palate.
Echelon brand from California will surprise your palate and pocketbook. You can afford the Napa Valley Chardonnay.
This brooding, yummy red is like a dark chocolate truffle with a cherry in the center melting in your mouth.
For a true wine experience, try this Chardonnay from South Africa — it has to be good if Donald Hess of Hess Collection owns the winery.
Shell out a few more bucks this weekend for a real wine experience: The 2010 Sonoma County Merlot from Kendall-Jackson.
It’s time to get out of your Cabernet rut. This Italian wonder takes Valpolicella up a notch.