Korean braised short ribs, or galbi jjim, are the perfect warm food when you are hosting a dinner party or just want to feel cozy. Plus, check out the perfect wine pairings with this dish.
Experts suggest that the best time to eat the bivalve mollusks is during coolers months that have the letter ‘r’. So by this definition, we are officially in the thick of oyster season. Here are a few French wines from the Picpoul de Pinet region that are perfect with raw oysters and other shellfish.
This Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is the ultimate wine for a tailgate. We were looking for a bottle that was not too aggressive, but could still stand up to burgers, chili, saucy appetizers and spicy wings. Here it is.
Labor Day has come and gone and we are looking ahead to fall. We’re ready for a break from rosé and are opening these reds on cooler summer nights. End summer on a high note with these favorite red wines that will transition into fall.
Halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles lies the city and wine region of Paso Robles that has been growing a diverse array of grapes from Bordeaux classics and to favorite American varietals since the 1790’s.
If you love a quality Pinot Noir, you will love this Willamette Valley vineyard creating a five-course tasting that ebbs and flows perfectly, also known as a Pinot Noir crescendo.
Spend the weekend sipping on something new. We’re hailing Greek wines form the southeastern region known for growing the Savatiano grape. These white wines are the perfect expression to finish off the summer and take us into fall
If you enjoy California wines, chances are you have had a bottle from the Los Carneros region that straddles Sonoma and Napa. Here are some facts about the foggy wine region.
While in reality these Alto Adige wines are great throughout the year, these three grapes have tantalized our tastebuds this summer and are perfectly light and refreshing for the season.
During Focus on Chardonnay, the world’s finest Old World and New World Chardonnay producers come together to share winemaking expertise during their finale reunion.
Here are five wines that we can’t get enough of so far this summer. Grab one or a few this weekend and let us know if you find a perfect patio pairing as you’re pouring. Bonus, each wine is less than $20 a bottle.
Looking for a wine that is perfect with smoky grilled meats, but isn’t too powerful for a hot summer day? Look no further. Check out this red wine served slightly chilled.
We love wine, we love food, but sometimes we are in the mood for a glass that pairs with what we are doing not just what we are eating. Check out these three approachable wines that are great on their own, no food pairing needed.
The white grape varietal, Chenin Blanc hails from France’s Loire Valley, but it has also taken root in South Africa where it is often known as Steen. Check out these favorite bottles from the New World region.
A long-standing tradition of Spanish-Basque regions, Txoko is a gathering of friends of family where they cook tapas together, try new recipes and pair it all with favorite wines. Here’s how to do it.
Prosecco has been produced for over 10 centuries in the foothills of the Marco Trevigiana, running from Valdobbiadene to Conegliano in the province of Treviso.
Sparkling wines production is on the rise! It’s time to stop only thinking about popping open a bottle of bubbles on special occasions and holidays. Check out these three sparkling wines fitting for any day.
May 5th is International Sauvignon Blanc Day, here is our favorite bottle of the white wine that we will be pouring on the holiday and all through summer.
An authentic Tuscan “trattoria” located in the East Village serving freshly made Tuscan food including pasta, bread & prosciutto carved in the restaurant.
Here’s what we are sipping on this spring and our favorite spring foods to pair these bottles with. Hosting a spring soirée or Easter celebration? Take notes!
March is Women’s History Month. While no one needs a dedicated month to celebrate the past and present achievements of women, we are getting in the spirit by talking to five influential females in the world of wine.
Sometimes a Bordeaux wine is the perfect bottle for the occasion. Other times, it feels like a bad ex that has left us feeling tired, bored or our wallets empty. To change things up, check out these new world wines that give the classics a run for their money.
Here’s a Pinot Noir that is more food-friendly that anything you’ve tried before. Read on for how to enjoy it on the coldest nights of winter into the warmest spring afternoons.
In case your healthy resolutions have fallen through, we have another idea for you that is fun and totally doable. Resolve to drink new grapes this year. Explore varietals that are new to you. For us, that means becoming more familiar with Portuguese grapes and their wines.
Forget the overdone flowers and chocolate, instead, try these decadent wine recipes that will turn date night, galentines or even single’s valentines, a day worth the celebration.
Trying to eat clean this winter, but still have superb wine pairings? Check out this nutrient-rich Tuscan kale caesar salad with a crisp white wine.
Gone are the days of thinking of Bordeaux wines as expensive, over bearing and stuffy. Coming from a variety of appellations and showcasing a range of styles, check out these wines that are anything but boring.
We’ve all been there. Two drinks and a tiny piece of cheese into the company holiday party, and you’re already feeling buzzed – add a third cocktail into the mix and suddenly your having a breakdance competition with your boss.
Tasty gifts of the holiday season usually include a grand appetizer platter filled with dips, spreads, and classic finger foods essential for entertaining a crowd at home or at a party. This holiday season entertain guests or your very own palette with this creamy French inspired appetizer and refreshing wine pairing from SIMI Winery.
Does rosé make you think of sunny spring days and summer patio sessions? It’s time to change that! Check out this Italian wine that is complex enough for the cooler months and heavier dishes.
The holidays mean heavy food, warm sweaters, and roaring fires. Refresh and brighten your palate with white wines that are full-bodied enough to pair with hearty flavors.