Monthly Archives: October 2016

Ten Thanksgiving Wine Rules (NW)

There really aren’t any rules Remember wine is a fun and relaxing beverage Wine compliments a good meal Have some red and white on hand Offer guests a choice Stick with all American wines for the all-American holiday As host, “host” the wine because you can’t rely on what guests bring If guests bring wine,…

Bodega Norton Privada Mendoza 2012 Wine Review (NW)

Tasting notes: Expressive dark plum and mocha notes on the nose Full bodied and richly textured on the palate Finishes with dark berries and espresso richly layered Summary: Here’s a very good wine made in a rich and modern style. It’s not a fruit bomb, but rather has nice layers and great texture to match.…

Querceto Toscana Sangiovese 2014 review by (PB)

Garnet hue Bouquet–Bright cherries with a touch of raspberry Palate–Bright cherry fruit, nice acidic structure and a quick finish. This was on sale from $14 to $7.  At $7 it’s a nice stock up wine with a straightforward, simple but refreshing fruit filled quaff reminding more of a Nero D’Avola than Sangiovese.  This would be…