Do not buy this wine. We got a case of it via a Groupon or somesuch, and it is quite bad. We’ve opened multiple bottles and all of them are the same dreck-quality. A green pepper flavor predominates, making the
by B.D. Fischer Traditionally, I eat fried chicken (a notorious difficult wine pair) for the Super Bowl, and I intended to get takeout from this hip new Korean wing joint in Edgewater but that provide impossible this year for reasons
Paso A Paso Verdejo 2010: This $10 white wine from Spain satisfied us with its apple and kiwi flavors. It seemed right on a sunny spring day. (Rating ***1/4) You can read more about this wine at the Country Vintner’s
Bubbly is a gift to mankind. Organic bubbly is, well, a gift wrapped within virtue. We enjoyed sharing this organic sparkling wine with a couple guests. Indeed, we enjoyed it so much that the bottle disappeared within half an hour.
Tired of the usual white wine selections at the grocery store? Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigo… These wines all can be done very well (or very badly), but there’s more to white wine than these three varietals. Take this Spanish
This Spanish red wine is a mix of Grenache (35%), Tempranillo (30%), Syrah (25%), and Cabernet Sauvignon (10%). We picked it up at Pearson’s in Washington, DC for $12.99, though as part of a mixed case we got a 25%,