Pinot Grigio often gets a bad rap, and for the most part, it’s deserved. Due to its popularity in the world of white wine, much of what’s available to most people at an accessible price is mass- produced, full of sugar, and pretty terrible.
German wine is nearly synonymous with Riesling, but there’s one region in Germany where Riesling is actually a rarity. South of the more famed regions of Mosel and Rheingau, and just miles across the border from Alsace, is Germany’s warmest, sunniest region: Baden.
White wine is white wine, right? Maybe to ”Cab-4-Life” haters. But as anyone who actually drinks a variety of white wines knows, there’s a literal globe of expressions out there. In fact, it would be a lot easier to catalogue our experiences (and have some verbal ammo for the white wine haters) if only the […]
Pinot Grigio can be extremely polarizing. While popular with some drinkers, it is anything but with others. Those who don’t enjoy Pinot Grigio usually throw barbs at the wine that include calling it “simple,” “basic,” and “plain.” And the truth is, a lot of Pinot Grigio can be that way – just a sharp refreshing […]
No matter what your wine tastes are like, there’s a good shot you’re a fan of at least one member of the Pinot family. Pinot, one of the oldest grape varieties, is the mother category for Pinot Noir, Pinot gris/grigio, and Pinot Blanc. Each of these Pinot grapes rock, but are they actually different from […]