It’s been a little while since I wrote up on a Trader Joe’s food and wine pairing. How thrilling that is turned out that our entire meal was based in items from one of our favorite stores. It wasn’t planned that way or was it? Cue mysterious music. There are wines sitting my stash that … Continue reading Traders’ Trios
And honestly the celebration of the the actual cherry blossoms is the main positive I’m going to take from this. Because the wine, the 2014 Cherry Blossom Pinot Noir is not much to celebrate. It pains me to say this. At only $4, ($5 in Virginia where I purchased this) this wine exclusive to Trader … Continue reading Celebrating the Cherry Blossoms
No, not really. Well, unless you incorporate laying around as much as possible as some form of interpretive dance. I’ll cut right to the dance and step in where I can, this dance party was brought to us by our friends from Trader Joe’s. The 2014 Cotillion Pinot Noir is an exclusive to TJ’s and I … Continue reading Dance Party!
If I’m correct, this is the first time I’ll be writing about a Carmenere since starting this blog. What took me so long? Well there’s so many amazing wines to talk about. I will never get to them all. And why would I want to? That’s what makes this journey brilliant. There will never be … Continue reading Fresh Air
Sometimes what I write about is predetermined. At other times the topics find me. This one is a combination of both. The plan was to have cheeseburgers for a meal, and I wanted to find a wine that pairs well with them. As per usual, I did a Google search, and you get two dozen opinions … Continue reading Food and Wine Pairing Pals