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Sommelier's Tips For Ordering Wine at a Restaurant
On SIP Virtual Wine Tasting & Education episode 103 we get tips for confidently ordering wine in a restaurant from Sommelier Meghan Vandette. It doesn’t have to feel paralyzing when the waiter hands you the wine list at a restaurant. With Meghan’s foolproof guide, you will always feel...
Kitchen Sink Salad Recipe: Rosé Food and Wine Pairing
Kitchen Sink Salad When there is no time to plan for dinner, and the refrigerator is full of this and that, I find that is when the best salads are created. The key? Throw an egg on top! Serves 1 Ingredients: Any available greens – Spinach, lettuce, watercress, etc. Any available veggies –...
Rhône Style Wines: Guide to Rhône Valley Wine Region in France
Rhône Valley, France The Rhône Valley is an Old World Wine Region in France where vineyards have been cultivated for more than 2,000 years. Ancient Greeks first planted vineyards in the region in 400 BC in the area of Marseilles. The Rhône river rises in the Alps and flows 120 miles south to the Mediterranean...
Stuffed Portobello Mushroom with Merlot | Food and Wine Pairing
Stuffed Portobello Mushroom   This recipe is made with ground beef, which can be substituted with riced cauliflower for a vegetarian version.  Serves 4 Ingredients: 2 TBSP EVOO 4 portobello mushroom caps 1 small yellow onion diced 1 clove minced garlic 1 lb ground beef or bison  6 oz tomato paste 1 tsp...
Meet the Winemaker: Jaclynn VanSant Downes of Jaclynn Renee Wines
A winemaker to watch, Jaclynn made her dream a reality and launched her own brand in 2013. She’s since been making award-winning, 90+ rated wines from the finest quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay fruit of the Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast. As a family-focused brand, she appreciates the opportunity...
How to Care for Your Winesulator Wine Canteen
Cellar Angels Wine Club Members received a special gift with their Summer 2022 Wine Club Release, a BrüMate Winesulator Wine Canteen. Here we share tips for using and caring for the canteen. Q: Does my Winesulator work for cold and hot beverages? Heck yes! We’ve mastered the art of keeping your...
Organic Farming in Wine | Clif Family Winery
by Winemaker Laura Barrett, Clif Family Winery Clif Family Winery is a small, family owned wine business in the heart of the Napa Valley.  Co-owners Kit Crawford and Gary Erikson, who also founded Clif Bar and Company, have been making wine since 2004 and have 90 acres of CCOF certified vineyard land...
9 Things That Must Be Listed On Wine Labels, According To Law
Understanding wine labels can be confusing. What does it mean when a label declares the wine is from California versus another that claims to be from a specific vineyard in a particular AVA? Why does one wine label profess to be a red blend, when another label lists a particular varietal(s)? Most of...
5 Women Owned Wineries and Female Winemakers To Support Right Now on Cellar Angels
On this March 8th, International Women’s Day, we celebrate the fine Women of Wine. In a male dominated wine industry, Cellar Angels often features women-owned wineries and female winemakers, elevating their career accomplishments and premium Napa and Sonoma artisan wines. While this is not a full...
From Bordeaux to Burgundy: Tamber Bey’s Burgundy Wines
By Jennifer Waitte Vintner Barry Waitte was always of opinion that Tamber Bey’s wine program should focus on the Bordeaux varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Sauvignon Blanc. For years, our portfolio has focused on single-varietal wines and blends using these Bordeaux...
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