Don’t Go Sideways – Go Straight to Pinot Noir

 “It’s not a survivor like Cabernet…Pinot needs constant care and attention…it can only grow in these really specific, little, tucked-away corners of the world. And only the most patient and nurturing of growers can do it, really. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot’s potential can then coax it into its fullest expression… Then, I mean, oh, its flavors. They’re just the… [Read More]

Think Pink – Rosé Day

Think pink! And by pink, I mean Rosé. Because it’s National Rose Day, and we have a flight of excellent Rosés for you to taste! I know, it doesn’t take a lot of coaxing to convince you to try one of summer’s favorite treats.  You’ll find Rosésin many forms and shades –  still or bubbly, sweet or dry, deep pink, pale pink, and orange-pink. Unlike many of its… [Read More]

Spanish Tempranillo – Olé!

What’s new, you ask? Besides our snazzy new décor, (stop in and see it) we also have some new wines on our wine list.  One we’re particularly pleased with is Sango by Bodega Rejadorada. A tempranillo from Toro, Spain, this beauty is rich, bold and velvety. The tempranillo grape is thick-skinned and has high anthocyanin level. These grapes create deeply colored wines with moderate tannins.  Tempranillo-based wines have notes… [Read More]

Celebrate International Chardonnay Day on May 23

Join us to celebrate International Chardonnay Day at Domaine Hudson on May 23! Have you heard of the ABC Club – “Anything But Chardonnay”? Astute white wine drinkers know that should actually be “Anything but BAD Chardonnay” because that’s the real cause of the misconception about this versatile, delightful wine. We thought we’d take this International Chardonnay Day, May 23,  as an occasion to introduce… [Read More]