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Omission Brewing Co. is Rolling Out Ultimate LIght Golden Ale in 12 OZ Cans

Posted on: December 13th, 2017 by Press Release No Comments

Phoenix, Denver, Austin and Boston will be the first cities to get Ultimate Light Golden Ale in cans, which are now available in 12oz-12 packs as part of a pilot launch this month. The can roll-out is in response to consumer demand for the 5–carb, 99 calorie beer since it was unveiled by Omission Brewing Co. in bottles earlier this year. Omission Ultimate Light is the #1 new beer in the gluten-removed beer segment this year, and consumers tell us they want the convenience and portability of cans for their favorite new beer. “’Put it in cans!’... Read More

Frank Family Chardonnay: Staying Flexible

Posted on: December 3rd, 2017 by Tom Peiffer No Comments

Of all the white wines, Chardonnay is certainly the best known.  You can find it everywhere in the world, and on more wine lists than can be counted.  But what makes it so interesting are the “variations on a theme” that every pour exhibits. Sure, geography and vintages play a big role in the... Read More

Expert Tips for Holiday Wine Pairing

Posted on: November 21st, 2017 by Shoshana Leon 1 Comment

Food is a big part of any holiday celebration. For many people, the wine is just as important as the food. When you are hosting a holiday meal at your home or going to someone else’s holiday event, you may be wondering what kind of wine to serve or bring. Pairing wines with food... Read More
Wine Mementos- “Mind Pics” You Won’t Easily Forget

Wine Mementos: “Mind Pics” You Won’t Easily Forget

Posted on: November 5th, 2017 by Tom Peiffer No Comments

If you have an adventure planned that includes a “wine stop” or two along the way, here’s a suggestion, always buy and take home some wine!  This may seem like a given, but I’ve continued to be surprised by how few tourists actually purchase wine after a winery visit. This may be because they... Read More

2017 Harvest Largest Yet for LDV Winery

Posted on: October 24th, 2017 by Press Release No Comments

This year’s harvest is the largest yet for LDV Winery, which celebrates its 10th anniversary next year of planting its first grapes in the Chiricahua Mountain foothills in southeastern Arizona. “After a very hot June and early July and a brief but intense monsoon during the growing season, the 2017 wine grape harvest ended strong... Read More

Like Bordeaux? Here’s Another Budget Selection to Enjoy

Posted on: October 22nd, 2017 by Tom Peiffer No Comments

A few months ago, we checked out a Chateau Maurac, Now, let’s look at different selection from Chateau Greysac.  This little gem is from a hamlet just north of St. Estephe, a place called Begadan.  Its small on the map, but not really so tiny when it comes to wine.  The entire region simply flows with it. However, unlike... Read More
Drip Coffee and Espresso Truck

Drip Coffee and Espresso Truck: Giving New Meaning to Coffee on the Go

Posted on: October 20th, 2017 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

Some folks approach their coffee consumption like religion. It has to be a specific kind and in specific quantities on specific days. If you have ever thought of how glorious it would be to have access to a mobile coffee truck, much like your beloved gourmet food trucks, you are in luck thanks to Drip Coffee and Espresso Truck. This caffeination on wheels hit the streets on October 10th thanks to the innovation of owner Jeff Rorvig, who has always had a passion for coffee. He has taken his experience working in various restaurants over the years and his desire to open a coffee shop, melded the two and added a touch of innovation. What Exactly is Drip Coffee... Read More
Joseph Phelps 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon

Vintage emergence: Joseph Phelps 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon

Posted on: October 4th, 2017 by Tom Peiffer No Comments

Most of the time, top-shelf wines produced by Joseph Phelps are not very affordable and sometimes hard to get.  But the 2014 vintage was a year of ideal growing conditions and a wonderful harvest.  This all translates to some really fine wines becoming within reach of many buyers who may have passed them up... Read More
Tasting Pinot Noir- Does the good stuff matter- (1)

Tasting Pinot Noir: Does the good stuff matter?

Posted on: September 12th, 2017 by Tom Peiffer No Comments

Sometimes the best way to gain more appreciation for the often-finicky Pinot Noir wine is taste two, or even more, side-by-side. By repeatedly contrasting characteristics like the bouquet, mid-palate, and finish, it is easy to see why the Pinot Noir varietal gets so much attention from wine lovers. Direct comparisons will also settle the... Read More
Novelity Wine Labels- For Fun and Not Too Fancy

Novelity Wine Labels: For Fun and Not Too Fancy

Posted on: August 19th, 2017 by Tom Peiffer No Comments

Crazy wine labels are a lot of fun, especially the animal ones.  But that does not exclude them from the standard “buyer beware” cautions.  Often you must to be even more careful, because some producers use a catchy label to sell a substandard product. One of the more eye-catching bottle adornments out there this... Read More

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