"Wine" Blogs & Blog Posts

All Thumbs ReviewsAll Thumbs Reviews

Reviews of sassy stuff by sassy chicks.

 
Tagami Food, Wine & TravelTagami Food, Wine & Travel

Liz Tagami, international food and wine broker, sends updates from the cool...

 
French Photo Du JourFrench Photo Du Jour

Real photos. Real France. Daily snapshots and snippets of life in France......

 
Food FlirtFood Flirt

Food adventures at home and on the road with international award winning au...

 
Bacchus and Beery Wine BlogBacchus and Beery Wine Blog

An enthusiastic wine blog dedicated to tasting, enjoying, discovering, and ...

 
Italian wine blogItalian wine blog

I had my first sip of wine when I was 2, I can still recall that moment lik...

 
Another Wine BlogAnother Wine Blog

Wine, beer, food and a lot of attitude.

 


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One of many wonderful things about the summertime is that it is slightly more acceptable to get drunk at all hours of the day. Wine is an excellent choice for these summertime shenanigans. You can drink it literally anywhere and it may even make you...

Wine spritzers have a hokey reputation but, like most things dismissed as “girly,” they’re damn delicious. They’re also a great, low-ish proof beverage for when you want to sip on something without ruining yourself for the next day.Read more.

Dear Salty: I was invited to a dinner party the other week. I brought two bottles of wine to my friend’s house, a sparkling rosé and a Viognier. The dinner was fun, but at the end of the night, we still hadn’t pulled the Viognier out of the frid...

Despite being a single malt guy, I occasionally drink wine. And more often than not, I don’t finish the entire bottle (cause it makes me frisky). That’s why the Vacu Vin Wine Saver is a life saver. (Shut up, it’s Friday.)Read more...

Imagine finally finding the time to unwind after weeks of soul-crushing work. You uncork that special bottle of wine you've been saving, and park yourself in front of Netflix. But after your second glass, your inner klutz accidentally spills the prec...

From Town and Country: The "merry widows" of champagne houses like Veuve Clicquot, Champagne Pommery, and Champagne Bollinger helped make bubbly the most celebrated drink in the world.The 17th century Benedictine monk Dom Perignon may get t...

Los Balcones has been dishing up traditional Peruvian food for a few years now in LA, but the Studio City location (which took over the old Girasol space) has partnered up with Chef Ricardo Zarate to revamp the whole menu along with chef Polit Castil...