I admit it—I keep a box of Pinot Grigio in the fridge. I also have various Merlots, Cabernet Sauvignons, and Pinot Noirs on my wine rack. These are my House wines, the wines I sip (or gulp) after a day
Wine from Texas—well, why not! Our man, Famous Jacob, brought a bottle back after a recent jaunt south. We did not know what to expect. We quaffed it while wolfing down a cheese sandwich—it was a decent light red wine
by Jacob Last week, I had the opportunity to travel to Elk Run Vineyard in Mt. Airy, Maryland. The drive out was beautiful. Having lived in the Washington suburbs for many years, it always strikes me how short the drive is from
by Jacob Viognier is a temperamental grape that produces wines that vary greatly from producer to producer. Personally, I find it to be a bit more bold and bodied than many Sauvignon Blancs, but less oak-y and big than Chardonnay.