Vine Talk Premieres!

vine-talk-premieres

This week VINE TALK begins to make its debut in markets across the country! Markets where VINE TALK debuts this week include: Atlanta (4/4), Austin (4/5), New York (4/7), San Antonio (4/8), Topeka (4/9), Arlington VA (Washington DC Area) (4/8), Boston (4/9), Miami (4/9), Denver (4/8), Salt Lake City (4/9), Jackson, MS (4/10). For a…

A Reflection on Color

a-reflection-on-colo

If we eat first with our eyes, why not drink first, too? Most of the time whether a wine is red or white is about as far as one gets when considering its color. However, taking a closer look at a wine’s coloring can tell you more about it than you might think. A few…

Napa Oakville Cabernets…

Cabernet Sauvignon is a survivor. It’s relatively easy to grow and can thrive in an impressively wide array of climates. It’s a grape that produces rich, dark, and fairly tannic wine that is easily manipulated to exaggerate certain flavors while muting others. Napa Valley is one of the world’s leading producers of Cabernet Sauvignon. Unlike…

American Wine: Late to the Game, but Quick to Catch Up

Although some of most well-known wine regions of America have been making wines since the 1800’s, that’s not all that impressive in the face of European countries that have been major producers for hundreds of years. That being said, however, the USA made the leap to being one of the world’s best producers pretty quickly…

Finger Lakes Rieslings

if-you-like-finger-lakes-rieslings

The Riesling grape is widely presumed to have German origins, but today the grape is grown and made into high-quality wines across the world from Washington to Australia. It’s a cold blooded grape that thrives on bone-chilling winters. Riesling is almost always used to produce single varietal wines and unlike other white grapes like Chardonnay,…