Monthly Archives: August 2017

Feeling the Cheer with Some Beer

I post a lot about wine here, but the fact of the matter is, I also love beer. I love sour beers, wheat beers, fruity beers. I’m willing to try them all, although I’ve certainly had some duds over the years. Recently, I was sent some samples of the new Rodenbach Fruitage from Belgium. Continue reading

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#WineStudio: Drinking Like an Heir with Achaval Ferrer

I am a red wine girl. I will enjoy a zippy white and sip rosé during a summer picnic, but I always come home to a glass of red. In the month of April, I was lucky enough to open up five bottles of Achaval Ferrer wines through #WineStudio. Located in Argentina, this winery has been around since 1995 and focuses on terroir-driven wines. This session was all about the land, the grapes, and how the winery allows the bottle to speak for itself. Continue reading

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#WineStudio: Being a Drinker with Meeker

At the end of the day, I want a wine that I enjoy. I think everyone does. Even those people out there stocked up on YellowTail in case there is ever a wine shortage in the world. This is the common thread that brings all wine drinkers together. No one goes out thinking they want to try a crummy wine or spend money on something awful. However, there are also some bottles that clearly have more thought and effort put into them than others. Continue reading

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