Toasting Dave Braganini for keeping Chancellor in his lineup.
Resident wine expert Sandra Silfven on all things vino
Experience some exciting tastes from southwest Michigan.
The sweet, spicy, floral character of this wine makes it ideal for the Thanksgiving table.
St. Julian’s Braganini Reserve Pinot Gris 2011,$15, is a knockout. It’s a juicy, delicate, elegant dry white, redolent of mango, apricot, pineapple and tangerine with a tart lime twist threaded through the flavors. It has soft, viscous texture in the mouth from oak fermentation. All of the fruit was fermented in neutral oak, which tells me … Continue Reading →
Just in time for Michigan Wine Month, St. Julian is rolling out two new wines that are delicious, affordable and available — a trifecta for wine lovers! The new 2011 St. Julian Late Harvest Reserve Riesling, $12.99, in fact, is the total wine package I have been waiting to see in this state — a … Continue Reading →