The entire family at Tiedemann On Wines wishes you and your family the very best holiday!
In this week’s blog I want to introduce you to the seventh most grown grape throughout the globe. Syrah (si-ra) is also known as Shiraz in Australia and is a dark-skinned grape that is used primarily to produce red wine. It is used as a single varietal and as a blend…2011 Big Boy Syrah, Eric Kent, Napa, red wine, Sonoma County, Syrah
If you read my blog last week on what wines to serve on Thanksgiving, you’ll know that one of my recommendations was to pour a Zinfandel red wine. Over the past years I have become quite fond of Zinfandel red wine. In fact Zinfandel is the primary blend in my Adler’s Blend red wine that I produce in Napa Valley…2014, Napa Valley, red wine, Seawolf, Zinfandel
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays of the year. It’s one of several holidays when our entire family gets together for a good portion of the day which is always very enjoyable. The question that always comes up from friends at Thanksgiving is what wines should be served throughout the Thanksgiving Day. This is always a fun topic to discuss since there are so many choices…Glenwood Cellars, pairing food and wine, Thanksgiving wine
Last week I opened a bottle of red wine from my cellar and I discovered it was corked. Over my wine drinking career I have had a number of corked bottles of wine. Each time it happens I am slightly depressed, since I just wasted a potentially good bottle of wine…cork taint, corked wine, TCA, wet dog smell