These easy-to-make cocktail recipes are sure to impress as well as refresh.Read More
Join me on a Wine Pairing Weekend, an Aussie Grilling Adventure! Try these two fabulous recipes — lamb chops and shrimp on the barbie — from my friends at McGuigan Wines in the land down under!Read More
Join me on a Wine Pairing Weekend with three “M”s: Moorooduc Estate Winery in the Mornington Peninsula, owned by the McIntyres! Wines paired with roast chicken and potato salad. #WinePW on Saturday, May 12th at 11 a.m. EST.Read More
Interesting things happen when people band together over a shared passion, especially when they’re on a mission to break tradition. In Champagne, the two year old Meunier Institute, created by a group of nine progressive winemakers, is trying to shake things up. They are tirelessly promoting the Pinot Meunier grape which usually plays a supporting role to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in traditional Champagne blends. The members of the Institute believe that Meunier has what it takes to play the leading part.
Read more about this versatile grape at GrapeCollective.com where I interviewed one of the Institute's members, Fanny Heucq of Champagne Heucq Père et Fils.