Think you know Oregon wine? Did you know they grow Malbec and Grenache in addition to Pinot Noir? You do now. Check out my thoughts on this (amazing) virtual tasting by the Oregon Wine Board and Master the World.
A big wine that calls for some grilled meats, the 2018 Domaine Bousquet Gaia Cabernet Franc is a good value buy for when warmer grilling weather returns.
I don’t believe in waiting for special occasions to pop open a bottle of sparkling, which is why we’re looking at this sparkling rose’ from Argentina.
A budget-friendly Cabernet with a good balance of fruit and tannins. See why you should pay attention.
A single variety Vinho Verde, the 2019 Quina do Ameal Loureiro may be the answer to those that aren’t looking for a dry January, but do want to pull back a little.
A light, sippable white in the winter? Yeah, there’s a spot for that, especially when it’s a value Vinho Verde.