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


A Thought

It’s the end of another month. A time for reflection on a season past and the colder months to come. In this mood, I came across a passage from the critic Terry Theise’s book, Reading Between the Wines that I wanted to share for your enjoyment.

“Wine is like a shy dog. Lunge for it and it backs away. Just sit […]

By |October 8th, 2021|Wine of the Week|

Fall is in the Air

Fall festivals are everywhere, and that means apples!

If you’re looking to pair a wine with an apple pie or crisp, consider something that will complement the sweetness and the slight tartness of the dessert. A semi-dry Riesling is a great choice.

The Finger Lakes are famous for making great wines from that grape, so go local and ask your wine shop […]

By |September 23rd, 2021|Wine of the Week|

Wine for Mild Weather

Ah, mid-September mild days. They are so wonderful and so fleeting.

What to pair with this special time of year?

Splashes of summer – Sauvignon Blanc and Sangria.

For the former, go with something simple and satisfying and maybe even a bit silly. Monkey Bay from the Marlboro region in New Zealand is perfect. It’s as crisp and clean as a September blue […]

By |September 16th, 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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