Category Archives: Blind Tastings

All Vines Lead to Rome – Vino Rosso

Back in NY, Linda and I learned a lot about French wine one night at Camaje.  It was a key event in our wine tasting history that clearly showed our interest in learning about wine from all around the world.  … Continue reading

Aglianico, Blind Tastings, Frappato, Italy, Nebbiolo, Nero d'Avola, Red Wine, Sangiovese

Spring Whites & Some Rainy Weather: The Verdict

So here I am, all excited to ring in spring with some nice, crisp, French whites and what does the weather do? It rains all week here in San Francisco. Sigh. I guess it’s just the April showers coming a … Continue reading

Blind Tastings, France

Allez Le Blancs! French Whites for Spring

What better way to celebrate the coming spring than with some whites wines from France — putting our favorite French white to the test. Up until a few years ago, Linda and I knew nothing about French wine, red or … Continue reading

Blind Tastings, Chardonnay, France, Sauvignon Blanc, White Wine

And the Pinot Noir Goes to…

We combined our low key Oscars night with our Pinot Noir tasting.  In between Timberlake claiming he was Banksy (BTW – Chris seriously loved that documentary.  It’s on Netflix streaming if you’re interested.) and Christian Bale’s plug for Dick Eklund, … Continue reading

Blind Tastings, Pinot Noir, Red Wine

To W. Wong, Thanks for Everything! Pinot Noir

It soon will become apparent that we shop at BevMo! quite a bit. It’s a Walmart-esque liquor store in California and Arizona. Interestingly enough, BevMo! has its own wine taster/rater – Wilfred Wong. Here’s his Linkedin profile. He looks legit … Continue reading

Blind Tastings, Pinot Noir, Red Wine