Tag: Spain

May 11, 2015 / / Dine

Leading American wine critic and expert Robert Parker once referred to Sherry as “…among the last great unknown wine bargains of the world. They must be tasted to be believed!” My two cents: great Sherry can be amongst the most…

April 8, 2015 / / Cook

As the weather gets warmer outside BBQ’ing, grilling and outdoor cooking become a little more enjoyable. I mean let’s face it – only the most hardcore grill-a-holics are willing to brave the ice and cold and put on their parka…

March 15, 2015 / / Drink

In recent weeks, I haven’t crossed paths with a single person who hasn’t been thrilled to embrace the better times (and weather!) ahead as we wave goodbye to the frozen despair of winter. And with longer days and warm, generous…

February 15, 2015 / / Cook

Today’s article is pretty straightforward – if you love meat, then here are 7 wines you should have in your cellar. These wines all offer mid to long term cellaring potential and once mature, are the perfect wines to pair…

January 30, 2015 / / Drink

Starting a wine collection can be a bit intimidating. With so many wines to choose from and the often hefty price tags connected to the most age-worthy wines, it can be tough to decide what to buy, how much of…

January 15, 2015 / / Cook

There are many reasons to collect and cellar wines, but for me there are two that rise above all: (i) some wines evolve and change with time in the cellar and I like the way they taste better after they’ve…

January 10, 2015 / / Drink

When most people think about aging and cellaring wines, their minds immediately gravitate towards reds. And with good reason; in large part, the illustrious red wines made in places like Bordeaux, Burgundy, Piedmont, Rioja and Napa, owe at least a…