There are a growing number of Black winemakers and labels, but it can take some effort to track them down and then find them in wine stores. Fortunately most of them will ship directly from their websites or wineries. Below are a few you should know with links to the winery sites. I don’t benefit at all from any purchases made through these links. I also tasted a couple wines to get you started.
It’s February 18th, which means it’s Drink Wine Day! To celebrate I’m thinking of warmer days and tasting some rosé. Today we have Bieler Père & Fils Sabine Aix-en-Provence Rosé 2019 and Natura Rosé 2020.
When you think of rosé, what do you imagine? If you’re picturing a bottle of White Zinfandel or something sickeningly sweet with a dark pink color, please keep reading! There is so much more to rosé, and I’ve converted many rosé haters. Your summer wine game is about to level up.
Today we’re talking acidic white wine with chenin blanc packing a tart punch. The grape originated in the Loire Valley of France, where it’s known as Vouvray, however the largest grower & producer of chenin blanc is South Africa, where it’s the #1 planted grape and known as Steen there.
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