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Celebrate International Albariño Day this weekend with your favorite bottle of this fresh, crisp, dry Spanish white or visit Lodi and try top California versions! From Friday, August 14th to Sunday, August 16, 2020, the Lodi Tour of Albariño includes four wineries, each offering special tastings only available this weekend each year – Bokisch Vineyards, Dancing Coyote Wines, Harney Lane Winery and Klinker Brick Winery.

A few bubbles and a pink, but otherwise not a selection for wimpy drinkers.

Sonoma County’s Breathless Wines, owned and run by three sisters, was born out of a desire to honor their mother who passed away from a rare lung disease.

Sone non-wine choices as well as the launch of a new Bordeaux classic white.

I may not be able to travel to Spain right now so my wine glass is doing the traveling instead!

It's time to add some gravitas to our summertime drinking.

Sunny days are ahead for Black vintners. The interest and sales of Black-owned wineries are up. Wine professionals are also getting long-overdue attention in the industry.

Shake things up with a few note-worthy and summer-friendly red wines!

The march of value wines continues - but there's one big red that worth taking a 'leap.'

Overcoming Covid-19 restrictions, Milano Wine Week will transform into an innovative and digitalized world wine event. At 10 locations across the world – London, Munich, Moscow, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, New York, San Francisco, Miami and Toronto – the event will be hosting both digital events and physical experiences where wineries will be able to present their products to these key markets directly from Italy.

 

Here are some browse-worthy wines for your shopping basket.

A virtual trip to Ponzi Vineyards in Oregon.

Easy and mellow summer wines, mainly under $20, plus a couple of real treats from Hamel Family.

I'm back with seven more delectable rosés to please your palate in a variety of styles from wine regions around the world!

Father’s Day is here. For the wine loving dad in your bubble here are a few summertime reds from the team at Planet Grape Wine Review. Get the BBQ ready!

Beverages for Father’s Day are as varied as Dads themselves. These suggestions may please their palates whether fathers or not.

We should appreciate everyday wines more than we do, even when a great one grabs our attention.

Summer is here! Even with limitations still on multiple fronts of our lives, we can still enjoy the warmer weather, sunshine, and the ultimate beach wine – Rose! Evocative names such as Hampton Water, the delicious new Rose from Jon Bon Jovi, Jesse Bongiovi and Gérard Bertrand, or Doug Margerum’s Riviera Rose from Santa Barbara, take us through the glass to some of the best beaches on the planet.

Join me for a virtual tasting of Oberon wines from Napa Valley.

Two easy drinking wines to jump start the summer!

Fine Beaujolais can stand on its own reputation.

Exploring a few wines in the Douro wine region of Portugal.

Chardonnay, the perfect breakfast wine. That is according to some winemakers, who drink it while dipping their toes in the stream and eating bacon and eggs. I like it with buttermilk fried chicken, a lobster roll or a Cobb Salad as well. Each year, this happy grape gets its own day. This year it is Thursday, May 21st, right ahead of, for some, an unprecedented Shelter in Place Memorial Day Weekend. Whatever your circumstances, take a look at some of our favorites from the team at Planet Grape Wine Review, including several from Jackson Family Wines tasted virtually with their super engaging educator, Master Sommelier Thomas Price.” Happy dipping!