Tonight I came home to find this Menage a Trois Silk on my counter. My first thought was that everyone in my house gets to live to see another day. My second thought was that I have seen this label somewhere before… Oh, yeah…drugstore… Anyhow the toddler is finally in […]
I’m standing in my kitchen simultaneously making coffee, soothing a whining toddler, toasting waffles and scrolling through facebook as moms are wont to do at 7am on their day off from work, when suddenly, the sound of things breaking, cats fighting and waffles popping fades into the background. The ball […]
So we all have that friend that brings over homebrewed beers on a Saturday night. “It’s so much better than Megabrewery beer!” they say. It’s actually not that expensive”, they claim. Reality in both claims is much hazier than they suggest. But, how many of us know a home wine […]
We’re back! In this week’s episode, we talk about where we’ve been and the new Pennsylvania wine laws that will bring us into the 20th century wine-wise. We also look back on what happened the last time Pennsylvania tried to loosen up the laws a bit and gave us […]
A conversation with Johannes Reinhardt of Kemmeter Wines.
Chris and Jen meet with Alexandra Doniger, assistant winemaker and social media and events marketer for Hector Wine Company on Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes. We enjoyed some of their tasty Essence Syrah and find out how Alexandra landed in the Finger Lakes, doing Jen’s dream job.
A red blend review, plus some other tangentially related topics of discussion.
Where the heck have we been? I bet you’re wondering. Well, the truth is, Bryan and Kate have been working on some projects that have kept their weekends tied up. No weekends means no podcasting. But they’re back and so we’re back!
Who was there? Bryan, Kate, Jen, Chris, Tim and Joe What happened on the podcast: Everyone is in a meat coma after eating giant steaks. Joe is double fisting beer and cider. Brian explains what a honey hop is. About the wine … ahem, cider This is actually a […]
This is a home made Syrah sourced from California grapes from Chris’s coworker. So, unless you know Baldo, you’re not getting any. About the wine Nose: light, brown fruit Flavor: fizzy … but a rich mouthfeel and red fruit. A slight licorice flavor with a light, soft finish. All […]