All The Wine Movies You Want To Know About

Most theaters won’t let you sip wine during the movie, but catching reruns at home can solve that problem (and many others if you ask me – I’m not a big fan of movie theaters). And what better movies for pairing with a favorite bottle of wine than a film …

Wine Discounts And Price Tags

Buying has become a necessity of our modern times and buyers always love a good discount. When buying a car, a new pair of shoes, or the latest and greatest smartphone, special offers and discounts are always welcome. Wine is no exception. If I happen to be in a grocery …

Wine Stories [Part 4]

STEALING IS BAD… STEALING WINE IS WORSE! Large wine presses, barrels and old bottling equipment demonstrate how much work was involved before wine could reach the palate. Making wine today is no picnic, and it sure wasn’t 500 years ago! Wine was considered a “divine” drink that only the most …

Dierberg Winemaker’s Dinner

I have been drinking Dierberg and Star Lane wine for more than four years.  And I love many of the wines they produce.  Before I get into the actual winemaker dinner that I had the pleasure of going to, I want to tell you how I came to learn about …

Wine Stories [Part 3]

I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE To hear something “through the grapevine” is to learn something informally by means of gossip and rumor. The usual implication is that the information is passed from one person to the next by word of mouth amongst friends and colleagues. So we know what it …

Celebrity Wine [Part 3]

Welcome to part 3 of “celebrity winemakers”. In this article, we feature Jeff Gordon, Robert Mark Kamen, Fergie, and last but not least Antonio Banderas. Enjoy and make sure to check the bottom of the page for more celebrity winemakers! Enjoy and check back later for more!   9 – Our …

Soter Winemaker’s Dinner

I recently spent a week on Martha’s Vineyard with some friends and had an incredible time.  During the time I was there, the Martha’s Vineyard Wine Festival began.  It was truly kismet!   The unfortunate thing was that the Festival began on Thursday night and I was leaving on Saturday …

Wine Stories [Part 2]

A TOAST! During the middle ages, toasting was an act of trust. Poisoning being a frequent practice back then, toasting consisted in trading beverages within each other. It also used to be a two step process: one of the drinkers would clink his glass with another to express friendly feelings, after which the second drinker would …