Wine of the Week: Caiarossa Pergolaia (Tuscany)

This week's wine of the week is from a wine called Caiarossa. I first discovered this winery last year at Vinitaly. I was attracted to their labels with the enigmatic bust on them and the esoteric names of their wines. The winery is owned by a Frenchman and the grapes grown are mostly international or... Continue Reading →

Women In Wine Fridays: La Mesma

Earlier this year I attend the Slow Wine event and tried some fantastic wines. Among them were wines from La Mesma. The wines were all made from Cortese, the grape used to make Gavi. This metodo classico, or traditional method sparkling wine was amazing. It rested on its lees for 18 months. It was fruity... Continue Reading →

Chicago Wine Community

I'm in Chicago for work having just finished a great Slow Wine event yesterday. Today I am going to be checking out part of the city that I have come to truly appreciate. One of the things that I have noticed is the beauty of the city's landscape and buildings. It seems so much cleaner... Continue Reading →

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