DIY Halloween Decorations: Cork Crafts Spider

Spooky season is upon us and it is one of my favorite times of the year. I put up tons of decor, watch lots of scary movies, and have a big costume party to celebrate my birthday. For holidays, I even create my own cork crafts. Just in time for October, I created a DIY…

Côtes du Rhône Villages Master Class

Have you tasted Côtes du Rhône wine lately? This past week, I attended an Inter Rhône master class about Côtes du Rhône Villages hosted by Vinya’s Allegra Eveangelo at Amara at Paraiso. The Rhône Valley was created during the last ice age as the Rhône Glacier carved its way south through France. Today, the Rhône…

“Blush” by Jamie Brenner and Anthony Road Wine

Blush by Jamie Brenner is the perfect combination of books and wine. This is the story of three generations of women who come together to save a winery on the brink of collapse. Their book club, which consists of “trashy” novels from the 80s, inspires them to make real and fundamental change when it comes to…

Drinking Domaine de Bellevue La Justice

There’s little I love more than being outdoors, relaxing in nature. A glass of wine outdoors isn’t too shabby either. My latest outdoor sip was Domaine de Bellevue La Justice IGP Val de Loire 2019. About Domaine de Bellevue Not far from the Atlantic coastline, in Grétigné in Pays Nantais, France, is the domaine of…

Best Wine with Fish

Who doesn’t love a good wine and fish pairing? I know I do (even though I won’t be eating this barracuda). I went fishing the last time I was in Bimini, which got me thinking about all the types of wine with fish pairings out there. One solid rule is to pair wines based off…

Importance of Roe and Reproductive Rights with a Side of Wine

Given the overturning of Roe, it was imperative to speak out and provide accurate, reliable, and clear information on the latest Pouring Over Pages Podcast episode about reproductive rights and abortion rights. Dr. Willie Parker’s (@drwillieparker) “Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice” is the perfect book to achieve this. Book Overview In “Life’s Work”…

Wine Tips for Beginners

The industry has a bad reputation for being elitist and full of old pale stale males, but not to fear—that’s quickly changing because wine is for everyone. I started my wine blog as a platform to encourage inclusivity and growth. I wanted to document and share my wine journey for others to learn about wine…

Exploring Wine in the Finger Lakes at Camp

When you think of the best wine growing regions in America, where does your mind wander to? Some may say California or Oregon but there is way more depth to winemaking in this country—think east coast. Yes, east coast. This past month, I spent a few days in the Finger Lakes, NY and learned why…

Sipping Orange Wine in a Yellow Submarine

Everyone knows I love orange wine, so I was curious about this fun themed-labeled Dominio de Punctum 20000 Leguas. Situated in the town of Las Pedroñeras and at the north end of La Mancha in Spain, Dominio de Punctum is a family-owned company founded by three siblings. They distinguish themselves with their exclusive Estate and…

Drinking the Best Champagne with Bomb Dom Pérignon

When I got my hands on this bottle of Dom Pérignon Champagne 1990, I knew exactly the occasion to save it for. I planned on sharing it with my BFF Maritza for her birthday since it was her birth year wine. Unfortunately her birthday was back in December when I had a terrible stomach flu…