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.
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.
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 →