My wine-loving parental units recently went on a vacation to wine country in Paso Robles, CA. I wasn’t invited. I did however reap the benefits
I went to a wine and cheese pairing last week… in my living room. After a long week, I spent about 10 minutes gathering up most of the groceries I needed, only to spend another 30 minutes pouring over the selection of wine and cheese at Vons. I should have made the trek to Bine and Vine up the road, alas I was too lazy.
Hi there, I’m Jen! As you’ve probably guessed, I love wine. The obsession started long ago, not so far away… Shortly after turning 21, I went on a trip to Paso Robles. Up to that point I’d only had a few glasses of wines and what I surmised was: red was good, white was bad.
Cheese-and-wine class educates and satiates If you’re a cheese fanatic—like myself—you’re familiar with Venissimo Cheese, and its four locations in San Diego.
Ballpark offers long list for all types of drinkers
Confession: I’m not a baseball fan. But if anything could get me to a game it would be a good glass of wine.
Countywide offerings make it hard to pick favorites The rustic charm of Bernardo Winery, the oldest operating vineyard and winery in San Diego, was an idyllic setting for this year’s San Diego County Vintner’s Association Wine and Food Festival.
Only one is ‘just right’ for this taster National Chardonnay Day is a thing I never thought I’d give a damn about. I’m typically turned off by California’s golden grape, with buttery versions being too rich and lighter versions too bland.