Goosecross Cellars Soars with Coors Earlier this year (hence the double baby bump), I was invited to spend a spring afternoon with Christi Coors Ficeli. She gave me a sneak peek of the then in the works (now remodeled) Goosecross Cellars tasting room and winery. If her name sounds familiar that’s because it is. Yes,
Honoring Jose “Pepe” Galante’s 40th Harvest When you get invited to have lunch with Argentina’s father of modern winemaking, in the fabulous home of Deborah Parker Wong, to taste some of the best Argentine wine around, you show up! Now say you just had twins seven weeks prior, and you are technically still on “maternity
CATEGORY: Wine Country | DATE: July 28th, 2015
Fathers & Daughters: Anderson Valley Wine Love Story By: Laura Ness The Anderson Valley is blessed with an abundance of beautiful vineyards: most are perched on hillsides, overflowing like a fermentation bin with overactive yeast. But some are in swales and flats, making for easier farming, but for the persistent threat of frost in the
CATEGORY: Cooking & Recipes | DATE: July 14th, 2015
Looking for a new wine to add a little sizzle to your summer? How about taking a trip and a sip out of your comfort zone and giving Sicilian wine a try? In the last 15 years, Sicily has been working hard revitalizing indigenous grapes and crafting exciting, sophisticated, and vibrant red and white wines.
Wine Oh Wine Club Gets a Taste of Turkish Wine When you think of international wine Turkish wine might not be the first that comes to mind. So it might surprise you to find that wine historians believe that wine-making actually originated in this part of the world. With some evidence suggesting wine was a
CATEGORY: Wine Reviews | DATE: June 17th, 2015