Note. This blog was written during my “blogging block”. I had no trouble sipping just to lazy or tipsy to post. As an FYI, there are a few more wine blogs coming that was created during this temporary phase of blockage. Cana Vineyards 2012 Rhapsody in White – I selected this wine becauseContinue reading ““Sunshine in a Bottle” – Cana Vineyards 2012 Rhapsody in White”
ROME Anejo, at first puff, produces full peppery flavors with a hint of mineral that reminds me of Cabernet Franc. (I find myself continuously sniffing the cigar wrapper). This a smooth medium-full bodied smoke with a slight cocoa aroma and taste; very nice! BACKGROUND Romeo y Julieta cigars, named after Shakespeare’s play, was createdContinue reading “Rome Anejo and Petit Verdot”
Cleaning out my email, I came across an excerpt on “Varietal Characteristics” written by James Laube and James Moleworth that was posted on April 13, 1996. I’m assuming I saved the excerpt from Wine Spectator magazine website or email. What is fascinating the authors demonstrating to the reader the correct pronunciation of varietals, atContinue reading “Varietals Pronunciation and Characteristics”
In celebrating the launching of TAPassions.com, we are having a bottle of Chrysalis Vineyards 2011 Norton Estate.