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  • Wine Wednesdays with Adam: Trendy Natural Wines

    Wine Wednesdays with Adam: Trendy Natural Wines

    Welcome to the latest installment of Wine Wednesdays with Adam! Each week we'll be exploring my favorite wines and what makes them stand out from the crowd. This week we're looking at trendy natural wines. My wife and I spent a few weeks in France recently, and we really fell in love with the natural wine movement. Natural wines are considered "low intervention". They're the unfiltered, untamed, "un-photoshopped" version of what we know to be wine. Natural winemakers are looking to create a taste and feel of the place their grapes were grown with no science put back into the wine. Grapes for...

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    BBQ-Friendly Wines for Summer

    BBQ-Friendly Wines for Summer

    Summer is the time to break out the coals, and wine plays a central and important part in rounding off the perfect barbecue. Whether you're looking to pair with classic barbecue dishes or the array of salads, sides, and condiments that come with them, these four BBQ-friendly wines will have you covered. Klinker Brick Zinfandel  Rich Red Wine This rustic Zinfandel tastes of jammy blackberries and has a lasting spicy finish. The umami flavor of grilled meat (especially pork) will balance out the tannins of this rich red wine. Plan on serving a cheese plate? This wine also pairs well with Midnight Moon aged goat gouda. ...

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  • Wine Wednesdays with Adam: What Adam's Drinking

    Wine Wednesdays with Adam: What Adam's Drinking

    Welcome to the latest installment of Wine Wednesdays with Adam! Each week we'll be exploring my favorite wines and what makes them stand out from the crowd. This week's wines are the ones that keep finding themselves in my glass lately. I generally do not drink a ton of American wines—not that I have an exact reason—but I think it stems from not drinking a ton of Cabs, and that is really what California is known for.  Stylistically, I like my wines to be a little “off the beaten path.” I really enjoy acidic whites (especially from Loire, France), and when it comes...

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    Wine Wednesdays with Adam: Must Trys from France

    Wine Wednesdays with Adam: Must Trys from France

    Welcome to the latest installment of Wine Wednesdays with Adam! Each week we'll be exploring my favorite wines and what makes them stand out from the crowd. This week's wines: Must Trys from France. I have always had a rough time with French wine. It always seemed intimidating and expensive -- both aspects I dislike about wine culture. But during a recent trip to France, I was able to gain a whole new appreciation and belief in French wines. The four wines below are all organic and made with little intervention, while still being approachable and over delivering for their price points....

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    Wine Wednesdays with Adam: Israel What?

    Wine Wednesdays with Adam: Israel What?

    Welcome to the latest installment of Wine Wednesdays with Adam! Each week we'll be exploring my favorite wines and what makes them stand out from the crowd. This week's wines: Israel What? Israel has a rich history as a wine producing region, but has always been overlooked by the consumer.  Recently Israel has really been putting themselves on the map in the world of wine.  Get adventurous and explore the wines of this beautiful country.  I am confident in saying the first bottle on this list (Psagot Peak) is one of the best wines I have drank so far in 2019! Here...

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