I try to educate as simplified as I can. I try to be the tutor of wine for the readers of my blog or my in store guests. Sometimes, after repeating the same information over and over and over, it doesn’t sink in. Patience is a virtue when I TEACH believe it or not […]Read More Wine Customers Need “Tough Love”!
One of the most famous French Wines in the World is from the area in the Southern Rhone Valley in France is called Chateauneuf Du Pape (The New Home Of The Popes). There are 13 grape varietals permitted to use in this area. For the Reds the most popular or widely used are Grenache, Syrah […]Read More A Poor Man’s Chateauneuf Du Pape
This is just one of the reasons I love Italy and Italian Wines so much. Once you visit them, they welcome you with open arms, become your friends and family for life. This week Alberto Passeri from La Gerla famous for their Brunello Di Montalcino and Michele Di Gregorio from Tenuta Cavalier Pepe from Campania […]Read More 2 Italian Winemakers Come To Visit Me
Bubbles Not Just For Celebrations I always say that sparkling wines or Champagne are usually thought by most average consumers to be Celebration Wines. I drink them all the time and so should you. They are one of the most food friendly category of wines. They pair with almost everything and almost every cheese as […]Read More Washington Bubbles To Start The Celebration!
March Is Washington State Wine Month! Grape-fully yours, LarryRead More March 2018 “Captain Washington” To The Rescue
15 years ago, I was a Radio Personality/Comedy Writer. I hated wine. The only wine I would drink to be social was Kendall Jackson Chardonnay, and I’d really go big on New Year’s Eve with Andre Cold Duck. I always loved to cook since I was 12 years old and I was always fascinated by […]Read More Everyone Needs A Mentor…Meet Mine: Andrea Immer Robinson