New Zealand is known as the “Sauvignon Blanc capital of the World” which we covered way back in episode seven of this podcast. For this episode we’re going to learn more about New Zealand wines and focus on the second biggest varietal after Sauvignon Blanc, which is Pinot Noir. […]

Ep 064 – New Zealand Pinot Noir

  Summer is fast approaching which means it’s time to swap your boots and Cabs for sandals and light fruity wines. Some our favorite warm weather wines are dry Rosé. Rosé is a type of wine that incorporates some of the color from the grape skins, but not enough to […]

Ep 063 – Rosé for Days

  This episode we bring you interesting wine news for Spring 2017, plus our reactions and opinions. Articles we cover:   “Ignore the Snobs, Drink the Cheap, Delicious Wine” by Bianca Bosker. New York Times.  Summary: Bianca Bosker says mass-produced, committee-designed wines deserve love too.   “Wine Legislation Roundup: A […]

Ep 062 – Wine in the News May 2017

The first Friday in May is International Sauvignon Blanc Day; to honor this popular grape variety, we’re going to explore major regional Sauvignon Blanc styles and their flavors. Sauvignon Blanc is a white grape grown all over the world that is mostly used to make dry wines. With over 275,000 […]

Ep 061 – Around the World with Sauvignon Blanc

May is Finger Lakes Wine Month and to celebrate, this episode is all about Finger Lakes!   New York state makes more wine than any other US state after California, and it’s centered around the Finger Lakes AVA, which was established in 1982 and includes 11,000 acres of vineyards. It’s the […]

Ep 060 – Finger Lakes

This week is part two of a two part series on Burgundy. This week we continue our journey and talk about one of the best wines we ever had, ever.   In this week’s episode we discuss: Modern History of Burgundy Wine regions and wine classifications Flavor characteristics of white […]

Ep 059 – White Burgundy

  Burgundy is all about two grapes: pinot noir and chardonnay, which is the only aspect of Burgundy that is simple. Everything else can be complex and confusing to the average wine lover but we are using the next two episodes to break down some of that confusion. Burgundy has […]

Ep 058 – Red Burgundy

  Time for another edition of Four Wines! If you’re new to our show, every couple of months we like to pause and take an episode to talk about wines we love that do not fit into an upcoming episode. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we […]

Ep 057 – Four Wines April 2017 Edition

People view Pinot Grigio as a super light, thin, patio-pounder. Well, this may be the case for a good chunk of the mass produced wine coming out of Northern Italy but if you are quick to generalize, you’ll miss out on some fabulous wines. There are so many variations of […]

Ep 056 – Pinot Grigio