Michael Newsome | KCET
Post date: 2012-01-17T05:19:47-08:00
Chardonnay is used to shivering in the cool wet Burgundy breeze like a Portland resident at a bus stop. But in California it's on permanent vacation basking in the sunshine and, like many Californians, getting richer and fatter.
Post date: 2012-01-10T07:07:58-08:00
Ever since the iconic and wine-world changing movie Sideways, Americans have, for better or worse, embraced Pinot Noir.
Post date: 2012-01-03T06:27:38-08:00
It takes more than just using "organically grown" grapes to make a good wine.
Post date: 2011-12-28T02:52:21-08:00
All that sparkles ... is not Champagne.
Post date: 2011-12-20T07:34:41-08:00
A meritage puts grapes with wildly different personalities into close quarters. Kind of like a family dinner, but with smoother results.
Post date: 2011-12-13T01:50:39-08:00
Kosher wine doesn't begin and end with Manischewitz -- and there's a local option, too.