Baconlicous is St. Supery!

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When you think of wine tasting, I am going to guess that you don’t typically think of line up like this.  Think of your comparative literature class from college, toss in some bacon, and you have St. Supery’s Bacon and Bordeaux tasting experience summed up. Having tasted the wines at this Napa Valley stalwart several […]

Last Minute Wine Gifts

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It’s the 5th day of Hanukkah, and Christmas is only 4 days away.  Whatever you might be celebrating at this time of year, if you’re like me – you are scrambling for some last minute gift ideas for the wine lover on your list! Soiree – in bottle aerator.  This is my go to wine […]

Paint the town red! With wine of course.

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It’s that time again!  On April 7th, over 500 world class wines and gourmet dishes will be presented for your tasting pleasure at the annual Wine Enthusiast Toast of the Town event.  This year, it’s especially exciting because it’s being held at San Francisco’s historic city hall.  If you’ve never been to a gala at […]

It’s Super! It’s Saintly! It’s LIVE!

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I am really excited to be co-hosting  St Supéry for Taste Live on July 11th.  Since St Supéry has been producing outstanding wines from their 1500+ acres in Napa Valley since the early 1980’s, and since I have written about them several times before here and here, I am really looking forward to this opportunity […]

All in the family!

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France!  Varietal labels!  Two levels!  Oh boy oh boy!  I can’t tell you how excited I was when I got the invitation to taste two labels, Robert Skalli and Fortant, in a wine bar that I have been dying to check out, CAV. Since I have not had a lot of exposure to old world […]

St. Supery reigns supreme over Napa Valley

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Oh what a beautiful day!  The sun was shining, the birds were chirping, and I was off to Napa at the dreadfully early time of 10am.  At first I grumbled my way up 121, but as I enjoyed the mellow ride through the Carneros countryside, I realized, that I should be grateful that I live […]