All my wine experiences started in Vancouver, where I lived most of my life before moving to the U.S. So, we really want to attend the Vancouver International Wine Festival, April 22-30, in my favorite city in the world. Continue reading
Argentina is widely known for Malbec, and Trapiche Winery crafts some excellent bottles. But Trapiche also produces standout Cabernet Sauvignon that represents the flavor of their country at a great price. We recently received samples of three of their Argentinian reds, which impressed us. Moreover, you can find something for everybody in their portfolio, from entry-level wines to world-class single vineyard wines. Read on for details of these Argentinian reds and the Trapiche story.
Ah, summer! That is to say, it’s grilling season, and time for that special pairing of Barbecue Reds. So fire up the BBQ and bring out your favorite red wines. For example, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Syrah and Bordeaux-style blends complement ribs, juicy hamburgers or steaks. Likewise, don’t forget the reds such as Pinot Noir that pair so well with salmon, halibut or swordfish barbecued on cedar planks. For example, here are some BBQ Reds that we’ve tasted recently from Washington, Oregon and California. Further, we also enjoyed some other tasty reds from around the world.
We recently tasted four unique wines imported by Kobrand Wine and Spirits. These wine gems of the world differed by variety, location and price point. For example, the brands include a Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, a red blend and a Fiano from Italy, and an Argentinian Malbec. In addition, their price points range from $19 (Malbec) to $50 (Cab Sauv). Above all, despite these disparities, the wines have one thing in common – we recommend all of them. Read on for details.