That little blip of an Island to my 57 year old eyes looks a lot closer to the country of Italy and very close to the Italian Island of Sardinia and yet CORSICA is a French Island?? I just report the facts folks!! I have had some killer Pinot Grigios from Corsica but the native […]Read More Closer To Italy, Owned By France? Of CORSE of CORSE!!
A RED, A WHITE, And A BLUE…(FOIL…They Don’t Make Blue Wine..I tried). This is my way of celebrating July 4th. It is after all INDEPENDENCE DAY. We need to become less dependent on Sparklers or Sparkling Wine even from Champagne to be only used for New Year’s Eve or Birthday Celebrations. Whether you like, Dry, […]Read More 4th Of July “Sparklers”…Wine!!
If you like Sauvignon Blanc, there are Sooooo Many Different Styles and Flavor Profiles and Countries Producing This Grape. What’s Your Style? Remember If you Live In Florida, You Can Order These Wines Online at http://www.abcfws.com , Have Them Delivered To Your Home by Signing Up With SHIPT or INSTACART Or Stop by And See […]Read More The Six Degrees of Sauvignon Blanc
Everyone calls a wine they can “Pop The Cork” and has bubbles in in it, Champagne. This will explain in simple terms the difference between Champagne and Sparkling Wine. Remember to hit the Follow Button and enter your email so that will entitle you to my cell phone number and FREE service 24/7 of contacting […]Read More Champagne Versus Sparkling Wines!
First of all before I totally confuse your brain, you can live in Champagne and Drink Champagne but you can not stop at a winery in California and drink their Champagne despite what the labels might say. Champagne is a region in France not a wine with bubbles. Even if the bubbly comes from France […]Read More Extra Dry is LESS Dry Than Brut.. HUH??
What you are about to see below is pure fiction. The names have been changed to protect the innocent and screw up an American trying to educate themselves about French Wines. American Jug Wines with names that say Chablis, or Hearty Burgundy do nothing but confuse the already confused American Wine Consumer. Burgundy is not […]Read More One More Off The “Bucket List” The Wine Guy’s First Visit To France