Monthly Archives: July 2013

Making a Vinous Fashion Statement in the Park

Tina Frey Designs is world acclaimed for its hand-sculpted resin objects that range from fruit and candy dishes to plant and hanging vessels, and from variously shaped bowls to serving boards. The pieces in the collection are hand sculpted by

Posted in Vinesse Style

The Refreshing Wines of Summertime

Figuring out the “language” of wine is challenging enough without different terms that seem to have the same meaning. That thought came to mind when one of our blog followers posted the question that follows. It’s an especially appropriate query

Posted in Wine FAQ

Another Reason to Stay an Extra Day

“The Barlow” sounds like the name of luxury resort. It’s not, but there is no shortage of luxury items available to those who visit. Sunset magazine called this unique destination in Sebastopol, Calif.—occupying the former Barlow Apple Company site—an “artisan

Posted in Our Wine Travel Log

No Meat Required for This Wine-Friendly Dish

Although our minds typically drift to big, thick steaks or juicy hamburgers, summertime grilling need not be restricted to red meat. This tasty dish is packed with flavor, and pairs beautifully with Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, or a lower-alcohol, fruit-forward

Posted in Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes
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