Remember how you loved those juicy, lush red wines? Turns out you likely still do.
Tempranillos from outside Rioja.
We can think of two ways to celebrate Ferragosto: 1) go to church to mark the occasion; or 2) eat and drink the good stuff from Italy. We know which one we're doing.
I once had a teacher who wore Rose-colored glasses, but we all figured it was to disguise his bloodshot eyes.
WE can't all afford to go visit a cafe in a faraway land, but we can drink their wine pretty affordably. Come check these out.
Break out your tiny speedo- we're going to the beaches of Italy.
Cut through that steamy, pre-monsoon air with some crisp, fresh white wines.
We'll come back to French wines- don't worry about that- but let's not forget Italy. Mmmmm. Italy.
We know we just celebrated our own Independence Day, but who doesn't like an excuse to eat Bouillabaisse?
It's still not quite Bastille Day- there's time for you to load up on French wine.