The Do's and Dont's of Aging Wine
You want to start aging wine but don’t quite know where to begin. It’s certainly an experience to taste a wine that is 20, 30, or even 40 years old or to enjoy a wine from a certain year that may have a special meaning.
Paying Tribute to Women's Equality with Winemaker Melissa Kuhn
One hundred years ago today, the 19th Amendment granted U.S. citizens the right to vote, regardless of sex. We spoke to Melissa Kuhn, the winemaker of Equality Vines 19th Amendment Sauvignon Blanc.
How To Throw The Ultimate Backyard Barbecue
The weather is warming up, which can only mean one thing: It’s barbecue time! Of course, not everyone is a natural born grillmaster. For some, the thought of picking up the torch — literally and figuratively — can be pretty overwhelming. If you’re worried about having what it takes to be the ultimate BBQ host, don’t fret. Think about your hosting responsibilities in easy-to-break-down chunks to make planning a little easier (and a whole lot more fun)!
Screw It, Or Put A Cork In It
Wine, the elixir of Bacchus, is liquid pleasure. Just one glass has the power to arrest and mesmerize the senses--perhaps taking you to a fond memory of another place and time or making your present a special moment... Wine flirts with the palate with flavors that can be quick to come or restrained and surprising.