cabernet

Import Selection: Shiraz/Cabernet, 1984, Penfolds

Terms like Koonunga Hill, Coonawarra and Pokolbin most-likely don’t roll off the tongues of wine aficionados like Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino, but someday they will.  Our import selection, if you haven’t already guessed, comes from “down under”. . . Australia. With all the hoopla over the Australian tourist ads here it was time to find… read more »

Full-Bodied

Full-bodied wine are heavyweight with a heavy body due to its rich alcohol, fruit extract, glycerin, and acid. It has a well-rounded flavor that stays in the mouth. Full-bodied wines can either be red and white wines such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon, and the Cabernet. The full-bodied wine tend to go best with dining food because… read more »

Wine of the Month Club| Interview with Adam LaZarre

Paul:                      [Inaudible 0:02]. Adam:                   Antonio Banderas and I love you all. Paul:                      No, I’m kidding. Welcome to the Wine of the Month Club Winemaker series, very excited to have Adam LaZarre, rhymes with bazaar, right? Adam:                   Rhymes with bazaar. Paul:                      Isn’t that what you tell everybody like you told me? Adam:                   Well, if you can’t… read more »

Wine of the Month Club ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Paul: I was challenged by my nephew, Michael Dufeki, for a ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.  It’s a shout out to Kim Johnson who was just diagnosed with ALS.  Get well soon please. Background: That’s awful! Paul: Mmm… Cabernet. I don’t know.  Challenging Val Levy, and anybody else in the wine business, to try this.  Alright.

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