You may be busy stocking up on fun-sized candy for Halloween, but don’t forget to stock up on the real Halloween hero: Wine. While you may be tempted to grab a bottle with those corny “Zombie apocalypse” wine labels, I’ve assembled a list of
There’s no better Summer and Fall activity than a picnic. I mean, what could be better than wine, food, and friends in a beautiful outdoor setting? Here are some of my picnic essentials for making sure you don’t show up unprepared for your next outdoor get together with your friends.
Award Winning Wines for Unbeatable prices at Bottle Barn
There’s nothing quite like Harvest season in Sonoma. The air smells of jam and oak, the grapes are plentiful, and the wineries are bustling. And to celebrate the season, Santa Rosa-based Bottle Barn is offering their customers some unbeatable deals on the Sonoma County Harvest Fair “Best in Class’ winners, which are considered top wines in their respective categories. Check these out!
Planning a trip to California wine country? If you’re looking for amazing wine, relaxation, and luxury, then I have just the place for you. Vista Collina in Napa is one of Napa’s newest luxury resorts and I can confirm that it’s as perfect and beautiful as advertised. You have everything you need at the tip of your fingers – from tasting rooms to a Spa. Here are some
I’m a huge fan of salads and am always mixing together new ingredients to find something I like. This Prosciutto di Parma and Blueberry salad is absolutely delicious and so easy to pull together. It includes some of my favorite ingredients including macadamia nuts, goat cheese, blueberries, and prosciutto. And the perfect wine to complement this tasty salad? I highly recommend the Ferry Lacombe Mira Rosé – well-balanced and fresh on the palate. Read on for recipe and wine details!
Many of you know that I celebrated my birthday last week and if you know me well enough, you will know that there’s a 99.9% chance I celebrated in wine country. I often times get asked about how to plan a day in wine country for groups since not all wineries are very “group friendly”