Tag Archives: white wine

What I’m Tasting: Still Stuck on Gruner

As we gear up for fall at the shop, our tasting schedule is ramping up as well, which is sometimes fun, and sometimes just slogging through 20+ “red blends” in a day, searching for one that doesn’t make us all want to heave. I’ve tasted some delightful wines, many from Austria, in the past couple […]

What I’m Tasting: Getting Ready for Italy!

Next week, I’ll be headed to northern Italy’s Alto Adige region, famous for its Pinot Grigio and pork products. A few days ago, what should appear at our tasting table during our grueling (ha!) Tasting Tuesday than a lineup of wines from Abbazia di Novacella, a great producer from this area. The Pinot Grigio was […]

What I’m Tasting: Soaking Up Summer

Summer is my favorite season – socks are optional, impromptu road trips are encouraged, and it seems more socially acceptable to drink rose in the middle of the day. Speaking of rose, this interesting little number caught my eye the other day when I was cheating on my wine shop at Planet Wine here in […]