Wine of the Week2021-01-04T14:07:25-05:00


Bright White Wines

Sunshine and summery temps call for crisp, bright white wines, preferably enjoyed outside while soaking up all of the above.

A recommendation for the weekend?

Go to a local winery and indulge in a bottle of something you might never have tried before.

At Milea Estate Vineyard in lovely Staatsburg, NY, you can try the 2019 Traminette, a dry white that has lovely […]

By |April 9th, 2021|Wine of the Week|

For Easter…Pinot Is Perfect

There’s the succulence of a big California Cab; there’s the earthiness of a yummy Merlot; and there’s the perfect pitch of a lovely Pinot Noir.

With spring in the air and Easter tables laden with ham, lamb, young potatoes, asparagus, peas – or whatever! – Pinot is the wine you’ll want.

I love how this wine is described on the website Wine […]

By |April 1st, 2021|Wine of the Week|

Embracing Warmer Weather

Warmer weather calls for whites. Break out a classic can’t-go-wrong wine and welcome spring.

My choice?

A buttery California Chardonnay that slides through your mouth like silk and tastes like summer.

That would be a good ol’ Kendall Jackson, the Chard that made believers out of us from way back! Vivid, crisp and bright, Kendall-Jackson always delivers a fresh and dynamic take on […]

By |March 26th, 2021|Wine of the Week|

A “Wine of the Week” is brought to you by Dominique DeVito, a founder of the Hudson-Chatham Winery in Ghent, NY, and lifelong food and wine enthusiast. In Vino Veritas!

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