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Category Archives: BIBs
Louisville has been on my ‘roadtrip’ list for a while. Yes, I am one of those girls that watches the Kentucky Derby each year and wishes I were there with a big hat and a winning bet. Plus, Louisville is … Continue reading
To my loyal WWG followers, I apologize for neglecting you! It’s just been a busy few weeks – my day job, growing a year older, and selling my condo (yay!) got in the way. But I didn’t stop enjoying food/wine during … Continue reading
Last week, two events made me want to revisit a topic that proved quite delicious last year. First, I ate an incredible peach! Juicy and sweet, I kept going back for more. Then, I noticed the following statistic in this Wine … Continue reading
I’ve waxed poetic about Rose several times in the past, and with the first weekend of summer just around the corner, I want to reiterate – I love Rose! Let me count the ways – I love Rose’s pink color, quaffability, affordability, and versatility. Rose is known … Continue reading
A year and a half after visiting Australia for the first time, it looks like I’m still looking for the same thing – a boy from Oz! Yes, I like my wines from Australia to possess a big, bold, almost masculine … Continue reading
This week, I was able to enjoy one of my favorite events–a multi-course dinner with wine pairings. If you and I ever dine together in the future, please know that I like variety in my food and wine options, so getting to taste … Continue reading
Happy New Year, everyone! I hope your plans to usher in 2012 are coming along swimmingly. If you are throwing or attending a party, sparkling wine may be on your mind. What to choose, what to choose? Sparklers come with … Continue reading
This week was a very interesting wine week for me. But I couldn’t decide on just one theme for this post, so I’m ‘kitchen sinking it’ with all my insights from the week. I hope you find these tips useful! Tip #1 – Get Familiar with … Continue reading