There is a lot to talk about Spanish wine regions. But before we talk about Spanish wine regions, first let me just mention Rhode Island. Rhode Island may be the smallest state of our Union but the the total acreage of the Ocean State is 776,957 acres. Spain has more than 1,000,000 acres of vineyards alone. [...]

Blind tasting of a Greek Chardonnay: 2016 Papargyriou Winery Ca, ç'est Correct. Last year we were in Xylokastro, Greece visiting one of our favs - Yannis Papargyriou. You know him through his wines. The wines of Papargyriou Winery, particularly the Roi des Montagnes Cuvée and Unfiltered are amazing wines and hopefully we will slip them in [...]

Mother’s Day is a big deal. While there are many beautiful ways to honor your mom, what she would really want is probably wine. Celebrate the woman who made you possible. This is also an opportunity to up the ante on the sibling rivalry.  

Every November, the shelves in our local wine stores get flooded with bottles with multicolored labels. The wines taste really young- almost grape juicy- and has this after taste of bubble gum. Yes, I am talking of Beaujolais Nouveau. The local papers will write about it and they will go as far as to say […]

Unless you are a die hard Greek oenophile, most likely you have never heard of Vradiano. Honestly, few years back this grape was unknown to my ears as well. But you should seek this wine. This is a grape steeped in antiquity and history. When Hercules finished his labors (chores), he came to Northern Evia […]