Crisp, light and refreshing, Rías Baixas Albariño derives natural elegance from its misty, coastal Spanish terroir. Home to the native grape variety, Albariño, the area produces some of the world’s most beautiful white wines. Albarinô showcases amazing aromas and crisp flavors of zesty citrus, stone fruit, mineral notes and acidity that are the signature of Rías Baixas. There is lots of variety, style, texture and diversity in the “wine of the sea.” And they are very affordable. We recently tasted four mouthwatering Rías Baixas Albariños, which are all available in the U.S. at a price point of $17-$24. Read on for details.
Rosé isn’t just for summer sipping. It also has a place during other celebrations throughout the year. For many reasons, holiday rosé has a special place in our hearts. For instance, you can pair festive rosé with seafood, shellfish, smoked salmon, salads, pasta and Asian dishes. On the other hand, you can simply drink rosé without food. Pour it for your guests, or take it to a party. Above all, rosés are food-friendly and wallet-friendly wines. Vineyard Brands offers these Famille Perrin suggestions of four beautiful rosés from the south of France.
Trothe’s dream team – Jeff Andrews (the passionate managing partner at the acclaimed Andrews Family Vineyards), Ray McKee (incredible winemaker) and Todd Chapman (talented vineyards manager) – spotlight the very best varieties and blocks from special vintages for their new Limited Series. Trothe Limited 2019 Malbec, which is yet another world-class wine from the Horse Heaven Hills, is first up. We have been major fans of Trothe since the beginning, tasting both vintages of their exquisite Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc and the not-yet-released Syrah. And now, we add this stunning Malbec to the list of their wines worthy of the world stage. Read on for details.
The holidays are just around the corner, and as a result, we’re trying to decide which Thanksgiving 2022 wines to pour. Do you know yet? Perhaps you’re looking for a good pairing for your turkey feast or, on the other hand, a special bottle to take to a family dinner or an evening with good friends. If you love red wine, for example, some good bets are Pinot Noir, Syrah, Malbec, Zinfandel and Merlot. But if you prefer whites, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Pecorino, Albariño, Marsanne and Chardonnay work well. Likewise, Rosé is also a good option. Overall, some wines pair well with turkey or sides, and others are best at parties. Above all, there is no right or wrong! Similarly, here are 25 wines that we recently tasted or are in our cellar, which we are considering for our Thanksgiving festivities. Continue reading