For most drinkers the country of Portugal exists to produce one and only one alcoholic beverage, Port, the luscious elixir that’s popular for closing out a meal, particularly around the holidays if you’re a Brit. To say that Portugal has a branding problem is an understatement.
Sherry, the fortified wine made from white grapes that hails from Spain, has been experiencing quite a comeback recently. What used to be seen as a tired old drink consumed by your grandmother and her friends while in the midst of an epic game of bridge has reemerged as the digestif of choice among the […]
I’ve been interested in wine for as long as I can remember. I was the kid who would ask my mom for a sip at dinner, and knew that Châteauneuf-du-Pape was ‘the good stuff’ by the time I was 12. Not that this interest stopped me from rights of passage like Boone’s Farm and getting […]