Geyser Peak’s new owner is re-energizing this historic Sonoma brand, which is a top seller at Michigan supermarket chains.
Resident wine expert Sandra Silfven on all things vino
The 2012 Beaujolais Nouveau has rolled into town and Georges Duboeuf is still putting on a party. Here’s my first suggestion for your Turkey Day wine.
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.
Wine on a budget: Get to know Australia’s FishEye brand. See reviews of the Chardonnay, Riesling and Moscato.
The 2010 Robert Mondavi Private Selection Caberent Sauvignon is an affordable 11 bucks — and it way overdelivers for the price.
This crsip, tart Pinot Grigio from the cooler regions of Italy speaks to owner Franz Haas’ passion for fine wine and art — the playful hand on the label is by noted Italian artist Riccardo Schweizer. The KRIS Pinot Grigio Delle Venezie 2010, $8-$11, is a refreshing summer treat with lemon-lime, tangerine and hints of almond on … Continue Reading →
Give the bottle a good chill, twist off the screw cap and pour yourself a summer refresher. This is modern Riesling — from the Mother Country and without any words to translate. This collaboration of Moselland in Bernkastel-Kues and U.S. importer Winebow, running $12-$13, is one smart wine from the flavors to the styling to … Continue Reading →