Tagged: Weeknight Wine

I’m feeling evolved

Sokol Blosser Evolution Red Blend Wow, this has a lot of grapes!  Which is why I couldn’t wait to try it.  This gem from Oregon includes the red grapes, Sangiovese, Montepulciano, and Syrah.  Then...

Your new weeknight wine

Shinn Estate Red NV Here’s the game plan, you need to stock up on a case of this for your go-to weeknight wine.  As stated in a previous post I’m a huge fan of...

Serve with music

Les Hérétiques Carignan Carginan is the name of grape.  Many regions use this varietal in their blends, but here we see it on it’s own, and it’s fabulous.  This is a light to medium...

Boom Boom for burgers

Boom Boom Syrah If you were to browse down the aisles looking for a powerhouse wine and you saw Boom Boom Syrah you might be tempted to grab a bottle.  With its Bomb logo...

A little treat

Quinto do Noval Cedro do Noval  I’m in the throes of a no carb no sugar diet in an attempt to find my wedding body again.  This is no easy feat.  I’m 2 kids...

For your Tuesday table

Testarossa Pinot Noir Cuvee 107 There is something about when I first smell pinot noir, I just can’t wait to see what’s coming next!  This one has all those wonderful strawberry, cherry aromas that...

Friends, food and Southern Rhone

Domaine Guy Mousset Les Garrigues Cote du Rhone Villages I think Cote du Rhone wines are generally easy drinking.  I consider these “mid-week” wines.  They are refined but not complicated and usually at a...

Listen to the thunder

Quinto do Crasto Flor de Crasto Weeknight wines should be inexpensive yet fulfilling, which may not be always easy to find. Well, I found you one.  I could be accused of being biased toward...

Pizza night

Caleo Nero d’Avola Terre Siciliane A year or two ago was my first experience with this varietal.  Being somewhat underwhelmed with what Italian wines I had recently drunk I was excited to try something...

Weeknight solution

Les Darons Languedoc by Jeff Carrel It’s one of those nights I’m spending more time in the kitchen than I care to.  I still haven’t mastered the art of “everyone eats what I put...