Next time you find yourself traveling abroad and the countries beautiful but their sanitation quality is risky, grab a nice glass of wine. Recent research has shown that alcohol reduces the risk of contracting a food borne illness. Check out the article here.
When looking for good, cheap wine Trader Joes is the place to stock up. But some of their wines are so cheap its almost scary. Trader Joes sells Charles Shaw wines for as little as $2 in some stores. How is this possible and will it poison you? All of this and more is answered… Continue reading Trader Joe’s Dirt Cheap Wine
As I take photos of the wines I drink on my Iphone and upload them onto snapchat, my mind wanders to what seems to be an imaginary time, a time when phones didn’t exist. I ponder to myself how people kept track of the wines they drank. After a quick google search I discovered that wine… Continue reading Collecting Wine Labels
When cooking with wine its tempting to use a wine that you didn’t like the flavor of. Why waste the whole bottle when you can just cook with it? Wrong, those flavors that you weren’t too found of will infuse themselves into the dish that you have been slaving away in the kitchen for hours for!… Continue reading Cooking With Wine
Cabernet Sauvignons are my favorite type of red wine and Santa Cruz is one of my favorite regions in California. To my surprise Santa Cruz was the first California region to produce cabernet sauvignons and according to a New York Times article the region produces some of the best cabs. I will have to taste… Continue reading Santa Cruz Cabernets
Despite efforts to pit the wine and weed industries against one another, it looks as though they are finding a happy coexistence with on another in California. This coexistence may even end up in a melding of the industries! The Wine & Weed Symposium in California is set to examine how legalization will affect the wine industry and how… Continue reading Weed and Wine, Together as One