Tag Archives: Pittsburgh
Wine coolers aren’t just for professionals anymore, even the causal wine lover can enjoy the benefits of owning a wine fridge/cooler. Beside the obvious function of keeping your wine chilled they also keep it fresh and aging at the optimal temperature. Another … Continue reading
It was a beautiful evening as we drove down the access road past row after row of manicured vines clinging to trellis on our way to Greendance Winery. We were driving through Sand Hill, a fruit and berry farm that … Continue reading
Wishing everyone a “Very Merry Christmas” and may Peace and Joy fill your heart and home this Holiday Season.
I wrote this article as a guest post for Anatoli Levine’s wine blog http://talk-a-vino.com under the title “Desperately Seeking Saperavi”. I have updated it to keep my readers current with the evolving story of Saperavi. The vintners of the Northeastern United States … Continue reading
The white grape Diamond is a cross between the Concord and Iona (Vitis Vinifera –labrusca hybrid) grape developed in Western New York during the mid 1880’s. This grape had a major influence on winemaking in the Eastern U.S. during … Continue reading
I recently heard an interview with Billy Gardell, the star of the hit TV comedy Mike & Molly and Pittsburgh native, telling about a blind wine tasting party that he attended. Every year Louis Mustillo, who plays Vince on … Continue reading