As a wine consultant, I get many questions about sweet wine and dry wine. My favorite is how can a wine be dry when it’s wet. That’s a really good question. Today we’re going to delve into this delicious topic. Are you ready?[Read more…]
The other day I was talking to a colleague of mine about how much we both love Rosé. We talked about it being our go-to wine in the summer. But our discussion prompted me to open a bottle of Rosé when I got home from work, and I loved it. This raises the big question: Can you drink pink in the winter? Well, I certainly enjoyed it. But I decided to do some research to validate my enjoyment. After doing so, I can confidently say yes, you can drink pink in the winter.[Read more…]
My Ohio wine friend Jim Sperk just shared this amazing story about why we find a foil capsule on each wine bottle. I had no idea. Did you?[Read more…]
I’ve been writing my Wine Musings wine blog for more than 10 years now! Each week, I enjoy figuring out what I want to learn more about and sharing it with you. This week, I’m sadly not feeling very inspired. The horrendous situation at the Capitol, coupled with my finding out today that I lost a college friend to cancer, is just not working for me. So today I’m going to go back in time and share some of my favorite old posts.[Read more…]
Happy New Year!
I’m not a big believer in new year’s resolutions. I find that they stress me out. Who needs that at the start of the year? I know I don’t. But I thought it might be fun to come up with some best practices for wine for 2021. Best practices don’t mean you have to do them. They mean you know what to aim for. So a lot less stressful than resolutions. Here we go.[Read more…]