Ms. Dalzell runs a wine consulting and marketing business for retailers and…
A decadent feast on a budget is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday season.
Considering Italy’s heavy influence on our wine-buying habits, there seems to be a lot of misunderstanding regarding two of its most famous grapes.
Here are the six things I’d bring to dinner, if I could. They aren’t impossible to get, overly priced, or super obscure, but tried and true wines of tradition to celebrate this food- and family-focused holiday.
After having some of the grape’s confusing distinctions explained to her, a client was grateful for the added context and jumped at the chance to explore some new avenues of wine.
An emerging group of vignerons is breaking the 400-year-old Port industry and creating something new. They’ve borrowed concepts from around the world to craft some of Portugal’s most thrilling and delicious wines.
The sugar and alcohol now make Port uncouth, but they were exactly what made it so famous in the first place.