Category: Reviews

Another Wine Blog Does Dallas!

Most Saturday afternoons you'll find us in Houston, enjoying Tintos tapas and tastings with a group called the Urban Wineauxs. As defined by the groups' creator Iris Allen: an Urban Wineaux is "A wine connoisseur who consumes large quantities of ...

Guest Post: Napa Valley for Kids What to Do (And Not Do)

A friend I met at the MOM2.0 Summit last February in Houston, writes a blog about her family's travel adventures. The Founder & Managing Editor of MOMocrats where I occasionally guest blog, Glennia describes her personal blog as that of ...

Tonight: TasteLive! Blogging with Wines of Argentina

Last week it was wines from Salta. Tonight we'll be tasting wines from the Mendoza region of Argentina as part of TasteLive! a live tasting social-networking platform run by Craig Drollett, that connects wine lovers and bloggers with different ...

Project Y-ine Makes A Brief Stop in Houston

Yesterday the ladies of Project Y-ine left New Orleans and headed for Houston, Texas. They were running a bit behind schedule. They had stopped in Lafayette for lunch. "What is the law in Texas about the passenger drinking a beer??" At 6:18 ...

Date Night with Ravenswood Zinfandel

You might say that wine saved our relationship. I was in law school, which makes one's disposition truly evil.  We lived in a tiny little rental house near campus.  We shared a 10x10 room as a home office. We hated each ...

Great Whites from North & South America

When it hits 100 degrees, there's nothing better than a quick swim in the ocean. But if you've seen Shark Week or the movie JAWS one too many times you may prefer to keep your feet on the shore. ...

Wine Review: Chalone Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc

I'm usually not one to buy a Sauvignon Blanc -- not a big fan of the grassy, pipi du chat flavor. So I'm not quite sure from where the 2008 Chalone Vineyard Monterey County Sauvignon Blanc came. Perhaps it ...

It Takes a Village to raise a Winemaker

We met Morgan Twain-Peterson at last October's Wine Bloggers Conference. At Kick Ranch Vineyard, Dick Keenan had invited bloggers to sample wines by some of the wineries using his grapes. When we started the tasting line, I was more interested in ...

Objectivity and Fairness

"For the bitterest pill is hard to swallow The love I gave hangs in sad coloured, mocking shadows The bitterest pill is mine to take If I took it for a hundred years, I couldn't feel any more ill" -The Jam The Bitterest Pill It ...

Anaba Coriol Red Blend: Wine Spectator 90 pts

We originally posted this review in February, but were happy to learn that Wine Spectator has given the 2006 Anaba Coriol Red Blend a rating of 90 points! Firm and concentrated, with a mix of spicy cola, herb, dark berry fruit, ...