Category: Reviews

Wine Glass Give-Away! Win a trip to Napa!

Master Sommelier Andrea Immer Robinson creates a new wine tasting experience, with the launch of The OneTM--wine glasses that take the guesswork out of wine tasting. Not only can you win a set of these glasses on Another Wine ...

Have Notes, Will Travel

While many of the reviews on Another Wine Blog lately fall under my name, both Joe and I taste all the wines and take notes together. We have little notepads all over the house so we can capture our impressions ...

Madeleine’s Wine Bistro: The Classiest Place Around

We've talked at length about what we lost when Hurricane Ike rolled in and waterboarded everything in its path. One of the hardest hit areas after Galveston was the resort area of Kemah, Texas. There was a wine and piano ...

Great Argentine Sparkler for Memorial Weekend BBQ

That's right! That's what I said, a sparkling wine with barbecue. From May 18 through 25th, Central Market hosted "Passport to Argentina," to celebrate Argentina's Revolution of May. To get us into the spirit, CM sent a heavy bottle of sparkling ...

Our Big Fat Greek Draft Day

You wouldn't know it by looking at me, but I am part Greek.  I got the fair skin and freckles from my Dad, rather than the olive complexion from my mother, her mother and her grandfather. I never really met ...

Maryhill: Such a Thrill In Washington Whites

We got a note from the nice people at Maryhill Winery asking us if we'd like to try their wines before we visit Washington this summer.  Something about the name was familiar. Then Friday night after we sampled two of their ...

Washington State Wines: Tildio Winery

It's getting warmer outside, the perfect weather for fresh seafood, grilled chicken and Washington State whites! We tried several recently, in anticipation of our trip to Walla Walla in June for the 2010 Wine Bloggers' Conference. One we ...

New Sauvignon Blanc on the Block: Cornerstone Cellars

There is a fondness in our hearts for Cornerstone Cellars.  Last July we crashed a private tasting and dinner with some of our blogger friends at Bistro Jeanty (blame it on our friend Lisa who said, of course, we should ...

Hospice du Rhône: You Had Me at Syrah

This week we joined participants of Taste Live featuring Hospice du Rhône, a perpetual non-profit business league that represents and promotes the 22 Rhone varieties and those who make them. Each Year HdR produces a three-day event in Paso ...

Why I Hate Bill Gates: Thank God for Wine!

I must admit I was pretty skeptical when I first heard about "cloud computing."  I have trust issues to start with, and letting Mr. Google keep all my files for me sounds like the old "open relationship" concept. Is my ...