Somm School Insider Watch our 7-episode series Creator/Host Carole Mac goes inside the oldest wine school in the country to learn somm secrets, wine hacks, and how to master wine…
This is Cellar Season in Oregon’s premiere wine region, the long and winding Willamette Valley, that stretches from hipster haven Portland in the north to college town USA Eugene in the south.
According to natural wine sommelier and orange wine expert Doreen Winkler of Orange Glou (a wine club dedicated to skin-contact bottles), “Thanksgiving is the best holiday meal to pair with orange wine.
Bagna Cauda is a traditional Italian condiment of anchovy and garlic cooked with butter and olive oil. We use it to cover an entire head of cauliflower and roast it in the oven, then finish it with Parmigiano Reggiano and fresh parsley.
I love lasagna! Who doesn’t? This version was influenced by the beautiful color and taste of butternut squash and my love of a porky gravy. Traditionally you would make a…
Champagne still carries the badge for most prestige and also the highest price tag, but it does not have the lock on quality or romance. There are many excellent sparkling wines produced outside of the Champagne region, both in France and around the world.
Pinot Noir, aka Burgundy’s red wine grape (where it is also known as red Burgundy), is a beloved grape with old roots, having been cultivated in Burgundy since 100 AD. Now, this grape is found worldwide and is one of the top 10 most planted varietals. Yet, Pinot Noir has an avid following of wine novices, enthusiasts, and aficionados alike.