Category Archives: dry wine

Familia Di Tommaso Malbec 2007 Ultra Premium

One gorgeous evening we decide to go visit one of our favorite restaurants here in Miami “Catharsis” known for their latin fusion flare and Italian dishes.  Not only is their food incredible but they have a very nice wine list … Continue reading

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Alois Lageder Muller Thurgau 2010

Had this bottle for the first time last week, and what an incredible white wine from Italy.  If you are ready to expand your palate and try another very unique white grape varietal, look no further, this is an impressive … Continue reading

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National Cabernet Sauvignon Lover’s Day!

What is to LOVE about Cabernet Sauvignon? Let’s count the way’s: The three B’s:   BIG, BOLD, & BEAUTIFUL! With so many wine’s on the market how do you choose?  The first question I usually ask a client is how much … Continue reading

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Miner Family Winery Visit

    Miner family winery is a dynamic family owned winery, founded in 1998 by Dave and Emily Miner. Breathtaking views of the hillside. The tasting room is quite small but enjoyable. Being a fan of the wines for many … Continue reading

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How to boost the American economy one bottle at a time!

So we all love wine from various regions.  But how can us passionate wine drinker’s help to boost our economic crisis. And with the 4th of July around the corner it made me think about this. Easy, drink more American … Continue reading

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Rose, summertime fun!

Embrace rose with passion!  Rose is made from red grapes with just enough of the skin to give them a remarkably brilliant light pink color. One huge misconception is consumer’s thinking it is a white zinfandel and sweet.  The opposite … Continue reading

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