pinot noir

Global warming can shift the regions where wine grapes grow best.
It's a family that needs almost no introduction. But here it is anyway. It started with Loudon -- a musical legend -- and continued on to Sloan, Rufus, Martha, Lucy, Lexi, Suzzi...and, well, you almost need a genealogy chart, or at least a timeline, to map it out.
Pinot Noir is fast becoming of the favorite varietals of wine, and it is the perfect light option for summer. But if you haven't tried the right version of it you might think it isn't complex enough.
You might know Drew Barrymore for her decades of work in front of the camera, but behind the scenes Barrymore is also hoping to become known for something else: wine.
When a new vintage tastes like it's been around the block, or rather, aged for 3-5 years instead of 1 or 2 I feel like I've won the lottery.
In honor of all the waxing clients filling salons right now in preparation for Valentine's Day, I thought I would share my ideas for wines to pair with this underground fashion trend.
Wine is seen as something to figure out. Here's a secret: There is nothing to figure out. The more we make consumers afraid that they picked the wrong wine, the more we are doing a shitty job of selling wine overall.
The simple act of opening a bottle, savoring the first aroma, the first taste, is a pleasure I never tire of. When I see the word Oregon on a pinot noir bottle, even just the word Oregon, I feel warm inside.
Contrary to popular myth, Pinot Noir isn't the only red grape that's allowed to be grown in Burgundy. Sure, there's the Beaujolais