There is something about wine that intimidates people when they first begin to enjoy it. That is something that has always bothered me. Wine should be enjoyed and shared, it shouldn't be scary. But I totally get it. It's easy
GUEST POST!  I have said it multiple times, in fact more times than I can count; I love social media. It makes the world a much smaller place and allows the opportunity for someone to learn about whatever topic they
“No one cares until someone cares; be that one!” ― Ken Poirot These are some truthful and powerful words.  For months it was impossible to watch the news and not see the horrific images of the Australian fires. The blazes had
I reached out to some amazing women in a Facebook Group I belong to called “She Podcasts.” I asked them to submit questions they had about wine that they either didn’t want to ask in public or didn’t necessarily know
lighting in New Air
As a winery owner and a wine blogger, I get asked a lot of questions about wine. Some are technical, but the majority of them are basic questions like "How much should I spend on a bottle of wine?" or
If you prefer to listen to the murder (sounds effects and all) click here The largest growth for the Californian wine industry happened in the 20th century. And as we all know where there is growth, there is greed. And
I have an addictive personality. I don't mean with drugs. (just in case Mom is reading this) I mean with activity - if that is such a thing.  You hear about adrenaline junkies, I guess I sort of fall into
We love wine. I mean, honestly, anyone who is reading this blog is a winelover and proud of it. The world of wine is a wonderful place, but it isn't always the easiest map to navigate. Things that you think
Are you familiar with Beaujolais? First and foremost, it is a wine region and not a grape. The primary grape in Beaujolais is Gamay Noir and I am a huge fan! In fact, in order to be classified, the wine
About a month ago, I posted the above photo online and it got quite the response. It had so many comments, I could barely keep up with them. Asking people to make a permanent decision on wine is one tough