Explore the World via Cabernet Franc March is here and that means Spring is on its way. Considering last  March we had two massive snow storms, I will change that to Spring is HOPEFULLY on its way! In addition to
You must be imaginative, strong-hearted. You must try things that may not work, and you must not let anyone define your limits because of where you come from. Your only limit is your soul. What I say is true -
I have never claimed to be good at Geography. In fact, I make fun of myself for not knowing where other countries are. (I'm much better, but not great at which states are next to which) As the saying goes,
Fiesta del Albariño If you know me, you know I am one to celebrate as many wine holidays as I possibly can. I am an equal opportunity winelover. You would then also know, that I am not a fan of
Bi-Coastal isn't really all that fun In case you didn't know, I live a bi-coastal life.  Although my heart (and husband) are in California, the little thing called a job is still in New Jersey.  People always ask why am
Have you ever had two sets of friends that eventually met and now are one big group of friends? Well, that is how I feel about this month's #WinePW.  Earlier in the year, David Crowley, the creator off Wine Pairing
This month the #WinePW crew is doing something a little different. We typically do either a wine region or a specific grape variety. But this time, we are talking about the alphabet. May wines means "M" wines.. or regions.. or
Do you remember your childhood? What was your favorite TV show? I have conversations with my students about how they are missing out, because all the good cartoons are gone. I tell them how I spent my Saturday mornings with
Hashtag Overkill First, #WinePW stands for Wine Pairing Weekend.  It is the brain child of David Crowley, food blogger extraordinaire! On the second Saturday of every month, dating back to June 2014, a group of wine and food enthusiasts get
You  may have heard that the French can come across as a bit....ummmmm... arrogant. In the early 2000s, this opinion had an impact on the exporting of French wine to the English-speaking market.  In 2005, fourth generation wine grower, Jean-Claude Mas,