Tag Archive | Pinot Noir
Fall weather is upon us….and the red wine is flowing! This past weekend we were finally able to get together and sample some reds, courtesy of Pasternak Wine Imports. This time, however, we decided to put our hubbies to the test with a fun Wine Party tasting game. The results were some very different opinions […]
If you think it’s been a little quiet over here at Vino & Vintage…you’re not exactly wrong. We just got back from a much needed Summer vacation in California. Don’t get it twisted though, it was definitely not all play and no work (though it was a lot of California wine!). Actually, we’ve been getting […]
On the last Sunday of February, we attended a Food and Wine Pairing class at TASTE, one of the tasting rooms for Sand Castle Winery. Joined by about 12 other wine lovers, we spent 90 minutes indulging and learning. We were guided by Alison, a very knowledgeable and funny woman who explained the history of […]
With the holiday season in full effect and Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, we thought it would be a good idea to post the following infographic. So, don’t forget…you’ll need some sparkling, some white, some red, and some sweet wines. 😉 Cheers!
We all know Philadelphia is known as the most historical city in the country. While it has seen a recent rise in popularity among foodies, Philly has some of its own treasured food history, as well. Back in July of this year, Pinot Boutique launched a brand new wine pairing class, “Classic Philly Wine & Food […]
Last week we said our goodbyes to Summer with some fabulous Mud House Wines thanks to Pasternak Wine Imports. Always the best! Check out these amazing, award-winning, and VERY affordable varieties… Winemaker’s Notes: Displaying lifted aromas of honeysuckle and citrus with a delicate floral background this is a perfectly balanced Riesling with fine minerality, structure […]
Sure we enjoy our white wine during the Summer, but we just can’t stay away from our red for too long. Aside from some Sangria, a glass of a light Pinot Noir always works well in warm weather. This past week we’ve been sipping on some nice ones… Winemaker’s Notes: A pleasant growing season yielded […]