Yesterday afternoon was so beautiful that a glass of wine on a patio was a requirement. If you are looking for some inexpensive, approachable white wines to sip on this weekend on your favorite patio reach for one of these. Some were sent for editorial consideration, all are tasty.
Masi MasiancoPinot Grigio/Verduzzo blend is a perfect aperitif, with big round tropical fruit flavors of pineapple, banana with a light layer of citrus. The wine does go through partial malolactic fermentation giving it texture and a round mouthfeel with good body and a long finish. Continue reading "What to Drink Now: Approachable White Wine"
As some of you might know, TJ’s Seafood Market is celebrating spring with a series of free seafood grilling demos. Tonight they’re mixing things up a bit by holding the class at the Veritas Wine Room on Henderson, and glasses of wine are half-price for anyone who attends.
Read the FrontBurner post for more details, and feel free to hate on me for not actually liking seafood. I’m just trying to do you fish-loving folks a favor.
This just in— Oil & Cotton’s two-part homebrewing workshop starts this Saturday (April 9):
Homebrewed Beer Series with Robin Gill Lacy and Sarah Cox
Saturday, April 9 and Saturday May 7 from 6-9pm
This will be a series of two classes. Students will learn simple homebrewing that will culminate in consistent results with minimal initial investment.
The classes will cover:
1- Brewing and fermentation – 3 hours
2- Bottling, tasting, take home your work – 3 hours
We are entering the beer made in our class in the 2011 Bishop Arts Brew Riot and Home Brew Competition May 22, 2011
Our Instructors are the lovely and talented Robin Gill Lacy, Professional Chef and Self Taught Home Brewer and Sarah Cox, Computer Guru, who can answer all the “science” questions about home brewing!
Make it, brew it, bottle it, label it, drink it.