Cameron Hughes – A Modern Day Négociant

 Cameron Hughes Wine - "Great wine doesn't have to be expensive." If you are not familiar with Cameron Hughes Wines this is your chance.  This holiday season if you are out shopping for a Napa Cab … [Read more...]

Wine of the Week – Ferraton Père & Fils Great Value Rhones

As a loyal and passionate Syrah fan, the Rhone Valley is one of my favorite region and the wines of Ferraton Père & Fils are often my go to wines for everyday drinking.  They deliver wonderful … [Read more...]

Montes Wines – Syrahs for all Seasons

September can be such a beautiful time of year.  There is still warmth in the air to take a dip in the pool or beautiful weather for a backyard barbecue party but the nights start to cool down and … [Read more...]

7 Wines To Drink In 2017

We all love our chardonnays and cabernet sauvignons, and all too often they are our standard go to wines.  In 2017 make a resolution to be fun and adventurous and expand your palate.  Taste, drink and … [Read more...]

West of the West – Discovering the Wines of Fort Ross-Seaview AVA

West of the West, in a land far away from civilization, there is a beautifully scenic and unique wine region within the Sonoma Coast, and that is Fort Ross-Seaview.  The region is home to a small … [Read more...]

Lodi’s Michael David Wines

Michael David wines are known across America to all wine lovers.  If there was a wine brand that personified American wine drinkers, it would be the iconic Michael David wines.  Several years ago, I … [Read more...]

Domaine des Entrefaux Crozes Hermitage 2013

I had the Domaine des Entrefaux Crozes Hermitage 2013 at Pasquale Jones for dinner and was so enamored by it, that I felt it needed its own separate review. This beautifully spicy, herbaceous wine … [Read more...]

Wines to Pair With Your Thanksgiving Feast

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday of the year, as it marks the beginning of an extended period of parties and celebrations.  I especially love Thanksgiving as it bring my family from near and far, … [Read more...]