Love Those Hart Wines!
A while back, I wrote an article on Hart Family Winery and their reds wines. In that post I mentioned that while I was at the Hart Winery I also tasted some white and rosé wines from the vats that were yet to be bottled. Well the wait is over and Hart’s Sauvignon Blanc, Roussanne,
Delicious Reds @ Europa Village by Tyler Worth
A while back I featured some great warm weather white wines from Europa Village, the Temecula Valley’s newest boutique winery. There were just too many wines worthy of recognition in their line for me to cover in one post, so today we are revisiting them to talk about their reds. We will be talking about
Bethany’s Wine Pick
On a warm summer day, many people’s thoughts turn to Rosé. One of the best places for thoughts to run anywhere is Keyways Vineyard and Winery. Set in on a gentle hill on the De Portola Wine Trail, Keyways has beautiful views and a lovely setting. I was there this week to visit my longtime
Real Corks vs. Synthetic vs. Screw Caps!
In the wonderful world of wine, we are at an impasse. Wine is a very romantic entity with a long and illustrious past. Wine is entrenched in traditions. The French, Spanish, and Portuguese have created strict laws and codes of conduct regarding wine and all things associated with it. Wine is a pretentious and fickle
One of the greatest pleasures I discovered many years ago was the beauty and enjoyment of wine tasting. Exploring the various wineries and their distinct personalities, picking up cheese and fruit for our anticipated midday picnic, the thrill of your specially selected purchases, culminating with the heady rush of a memorable day in wine country…
Wine Pick of the Week – Wiens’ Wine Sampler Pack
The Temecula Wine Country benefits from – and gets the vast majority of its visitors – the “big three” surrounding metropolitan areas – San Diego, Orange County, and Los Angeles. If you reside in each of these areas, you can typically drive to Temecula within 2 hours – no problem. But with our busy lives,
Wine Pick of the Week – Falkner Winery’s 2006 Amante
One of the predominant wine blends here in the Temecula Valley is the Super Tuscan – the majority of the local wineries seem to have at least one on their tasting menu at all times. Off hand, I can think of two great ones – Robert Renzoni’s 2007 Fiore di Fano (Sangiovese is the Italian
Like many in the Temecula Valley, Angela Pike believed, at one time, when she wanted a nice meal, she and her husband would have to leave the area. The desire for an upscale restaurant close by led her to open D’Canter’s in December of 2007.
Bethany’s Wine Pick of the Week
What do you do when it is summertime, and you want a lighter wine, but it is not blisteringly hot, and red still sounds good? Hart Winery has the perfect light bodied, flavorful Red wine in their Grenache. I was thrilled to pick a wine from Hart Winery. It is one of the oldest wineries