Fresh Copper River King and Sockeye Salmon from Alaska is one of my favorite foods on the planet– and I love it with pinot noir! Continue reading
Calling all Cougars! Ready to talk dirty with me?
If to you “Talk Dirty” is simply the 2013 hit by Jason Derulo with the catchy middle eastern accents (see below), then you’ve come to the wrong place.
If, however, you’re into DIRT as in EARTH as in SOIL and even DRY FARMING, hang on to your hat because we’re going for a ride starting NOW with Dry Farmed Chardonnay from Oregon on Chardonnay Day today!
To get us going, here’s Continue reading
May is Oregon Wine Month, and while most people think Pinot Noir when they think Oregon wine, we thought it would be fun to do a deep dive into a stainless steel tank filled with WHITE WINE from Oregon! Continue reading
What to do for a mid-week meal that is easy, quick and affordable? How about Bison Burgers and Bordeaux Wine? Continue reading
Today is Mother’s Day in the United States, and so the perfect time to raise a toast to all the Mothers and Others who serve as MOMS and who mother and nurture small and large humans, plants, and other beings on this planet!
To all the moms out there:
thank you for all the love and compassion you show and you shower on this world.
Thank you for being a strong, beautiful person who stands up for what’s right.
And when times get tough, remember there are millions of powerful and creative women standing with you, ready to help.
Cheers! And I’ve got two lovely wines to toast you with! Continue reading
Eight bottles of wine and eight of my favorite friends gathered at Drummer Diane’s to celebrate Malbec on Malbec Day last month — and what a celebration we had! What else would I expect when the gathering included many of my chosen family of friends from high school and/or Burning Man?
As I had a number of different Malbec in my sample collection, I thought it would be fun to choose two from each country: Argentina, Chile, France, and the United States (California and Washington) .
This also meant we had wine from three continents — North and South America plus Europe — and we had a range of price points: do you really get what you pay for? Then we could compare and contrast them to see if we could make any general observations. Continue reading