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Winter Whites, Late Summer Reds

When the summer season breathes its last symbolic gasp on Labor Day and the colors at the farmers’ markets begin to transition from bright yellows and ruby reds to dark greens, purples, and oranges, the wines in our glasses begin to change too.  Summertime is all about refreshing whites and rosés. Reds make an appearance […]

Food Pairing Guide

Integral to the food and wine pairing experience is something we don’t think about as much: community. “Community” is the connection to one another, but equally important, to place and to the people who bring that place to our table. The very best food and wine experiences cannot be separated from the makers of the […]

Cheese Pairing Guide

Part of this has to do with the many styles of Verdejo and Ribera del Duero-grown Tempranillo (also known as Tinta del Pais and Tinto Fino in this region). Those styles are the result of the variety of soils, higher altitudes, and extreme climate in the two regions.  Verdejo-style Verdejo has three main styles – […]