Alsace's Sparkling Wines for This New Year's Eve

Champagne and Alsace — the two northern-most wine-growing regions of France. Both produce lovely sparkling wines.

I enjoy Prosecco and Cava — those Champagne look-alikes from Italy and Spain respectively. In fact, for years, I wrote article after article about how these admirably priced bottles make sparkling wine an everyday possibility. I

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My Summer Red: Valpolicella

Tommasi Rafael Valpolicella. This was really good chilled.

Remember Valpolicella? Don’t turn your nose up so fast! Find a good one, and you’ll have a terrific summer wine that tastes great chilled.       

If you were of drinking age in the 80s, chances are, you drank Valpolicella at some point. It was the

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Time for a Piscine of Rosé + Great French Rosés

Whew! That was scary! As some of you mentioned, my blog vanished for a time. Happily, I got it back. Now, I’m working on a little retooling….Meanwhile, enjoy one of my favorite (and most popular) posts for summer.

TIME FOR A PISCINE OF ROSÉ + A GREAT ROSÉ FOR SUMMER

Do the French

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