Category: Malbec

Musings on Food and Wine Pairing

Wine and food pairing is not very complex.
We all know the rules. Wine and food are meant to compliment each other. But the complexity of multiethnic cuisine and the subtlety of much of modern gastronomy have invalidated the traditional convention of “red with meat and white with fish.” There is really only one iron-clad

The Wines Of Summer: Zin, Syrah, Malbec And More

Some summer red wine recommendations.
Red wines most suitable for summer have assertive fruit flavors integrated with pepper or spice that complement the smokiness of grilled foods. Classically Zinfandel, Syrah and Malbec are excellent choices. The complexity resulting from combining multiple varietals makes blended wines also work well with summer fare.

In The Spirit Of April 1, A Look Into The Future

The winemakers on Europa, Jupiter’s most colonized moon, have focused on the several varietals that thrive in the grasp of the large planet’s magnetic field. Beginning as a small plot of reclaimed soil along the Western edge of the original colony, Europa has become one of the solar system’s most important wine producing regions.

Party Wines

Some wine recommendations for your next family gathering.
So, the entire family is coming into town for your simcha and that includes a dinner at your house. Besides figuring out what everyone will eat, you also want to have the right wines to serve without breaking your budget. Fortunately there are a large number of

Don’t Cry For Argentina: Winemakers Produce High-Quality Vino

Some wine recommendations from my recent visit to Argentina.
Much like a grapevine that produces its best fruit under "stressful" growing conditions, Argentine winemakers have weathered that country's significant political and economic upheavals to produce world-class wines. The country's Mendoza region, where the Andes supply both water and protection from the Pacific winds, has a