A crisp, refreshing rose’ from the Rioja region of Spain, this blend of Tempranillo and Garnacha is perfect for every season of the year.
Subtle, nuanced, but with something to say. The 2015 McCall Pinot Noir is definitely one to pay attention to.
Sideways came out nearly 20 years ago–it’s time we got back into drinking Merlot, and the 2015 Lentz Estate Selection Merlot is a good example of why.
Light, tropical, and food-friendly. There’s a reason I’ve always enjoyed Vinho Verde, and the 2021 Bico Amarelo is no exception.
Hard to imagine tasting a bunch of wine from New York and not trying some Riesling. So that’s where we are. See what I thought of the 2020 Peconic Bay Vineyards Riesling.
Not your usual crisp, effervescent Vinho Verde, but also one that’s worth paying attention to.