On a sunny hillside in Maremma 15 miles from the sea, Gregorio Dell’Adami de Tarczal has created a land dedicated to making natural hand-crafted wines that showcase its character.
One Wine at a Time project digs into the charms of J. Wilkes Pinot Blanc from Santa Maria Valley over an eight course meal and some Thai food.
An infinitely versatile Barbera d’Asti from fifth generation winemaker Stefano Perrone that rocked my pizza on Tuesday night.
I used to really snub white wine. While I appreciated why someone would like a well made Chardonnay or German Riesling, I never drank them. They just didn't have enough going on for me. Then I met a Jacquère. It was the Romain Chamiot 'Aprémont'. I sampled it with the...
Of late I am truly inspired by the wines from the Jura and the Savoie regions of France. I used to be really bored by white wines in general but have come to the conclusion that we’re all just drinking the wrong white wines. A sip of Savignan or an almondy Jacquere is...
PSWS starts the day off right with a tour of Boston Harbor Distillery.
Sherry isn’t just for cooking. If you find yourself shopping for a cheap bottle to deglaze your pork chop pan with, consider upgrading and discovering a whole new world of deliciousness.