wine tasting

Save 6 Trees while Enjoying Delicious Sauvignon Blanc

2 months ago threadsandvino 6
So I know I’m a little late for Earth Day but it’s also “Thirsty Thursday” and I’m enjoying a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc that when purchased saves 6 trees! Not many of you may know this about me…. but I used to rock a hat that said “Tree Hugger” on it so this winery really Read More

Anyone up for a trip to Chile?

3 months ago threadsandvino 0
As the grapes begin to harvest we reflect back on the amazing trip that we had in Chile. Check out our Chilean itinerary below. Anyone up for a trip to Chile? Because we can’t wait to go back and visit! Day 1: Colchagua As we drove through the Colchagua Valley I couldn’t help but feel Read More

Bubbles for the Win – Gloria Ferrer Anniversary Vintage

7 months ago threadsandvino 0
Enjoyed the 2010 Gloria Ferrer  sparkling Anniversary vintage at the Wine Bloggers Conference last week and these bubbles are the bombdotcom!! A yeasty yet fruity vibe – could drink this all day and all night 🍾🥂#bubblesforthewin #sonomastrong Read More

How to Prep for International Merlot Day {11-7-17} *Sponsored*

8 months ago threadsandvino 0
Why Merlot? Why NOT Merlot?! Ever since the movie Sideways, Merlot has gotten a bad rep. Merlot is one of the most delicious and versatile wine varieties out there. Awesome berry flavors, super smooth with a “liquid” cashmere like quality, and pairing great with most foods. What is there not to love about Merlot? Since Read More

Chamard Vineyards: Harvest Prep

9 months ago threadsandvino 0
I got to catch up with  winemaker Kristen Parsons of Chamard Vineyards. She was kind enough to give us a few minutes of her time to tell us how she prepares for her crazy busy season and their quirky harvest traditions. Wine we make first: We make wine depending on which grape comes in first.  In the Read More

National Cabernet Day at Chamard Vineyards

9 months ago threadsandvino 0
National Cabernet Day is one of my all-time favorite days (August 31st, put it on your calendar for next year) 😉 Cabernet is one of my favorite wines because it is full of complexity. Exposing dark berry flavors such as black cherry, blackberry, raspberry, and black currants on the nose and palate.  Most producers will Read More