What’s in Your Quesadilla?

The Versatile Quesadilla Quesadilla and Wine Quesadillas are one of the easiest Mexican foods to prepare. Not only are Quesadillas cooking friendly, but they are also delicious and can be made in hundreds of ways. Quesadillas are a favorite family food. The main ingredients are cheese, a … [Continue reading]

Grenache or Garnacha

Here are three red wines that have Grenache or Garnacha grapes as their base. What's the difference between Grenache and Garnacha? They are the same grape. The French call it Grenache, and the Spanish call it Garnacha. Grenache is found mainly in the Southern Rhone and the Languedoc region of … [Continue reading]

Rosé is the Way

Dry Rosé has become the choice of wine for the beautiful warm summer days. Rosé wines range in color from very light to a vibrant cherry color. The wine shops, and even the big grocery chains, have an excellent array of Rosé on the shelves. So which … [Continue reading]

A Perfect Picnic Wine

Summer is here and the parks and trails are open once again. It is time for a hike, picnic, and a glass of Chenin Blanc. Chenin Blanc is the perfect picnic wine. Chenin Blanc is refreshing, light, and well-suited to the outdoors. It's perfect with a … [Continue reading]

Try this Rhone White Wine

2018 Le Domaine Clos des Lumières L'éclat Le Domaine Clos des Lumières L'éclat Cotes Du Rhone The Le Domaine Clos des Lumières L'éclat Cotes Du Rhone is a gem of a white wine. We found this at Weimax Wines in Burlingame for $12. It is a Rhone … [Continue reading]

It’s Time for Cabernet Franc

Cabernet Franc is the parent of Cabernet Sauvignon. The other grape involved is Sauvignon Blanc. That's according to U.C. Davis DNA analysis. Most often, Cabernet Franc is a grape added in small amounts to a Bordeaux blend. Only in recent times … [Continue reading]