Did you know that Dodici’s signature pizza, the Bravado was inspired by a wild night of brainstorming and an infamous Chilean wine? All thanks to PS Garcia’s magic blend – a classic pepperoni pizza was transformed by chopped basil and our serrano cream spiral. Simple yet, effective. … Read More Bravado, For Bravado
The allure of a Beaujolais happens to be more than taste but, the amount of extravagant partying that ignites behind its production. Beginning in the 1950’s winemakers started competing to see who could release the young wine first. According to French law, a new wine vintage can be released on the third Thursday in November. … Read More Beaujolais Nouveau Day – A French Party Wine
Today we will be leaving Brownsville temporarily and highlighting a little known but, prolific grape region in Austria. I traveled to the Wachau Valley in 2017 and can’t stop thinking about the vineyards!… Read More Wachau Valley – A Quaint Wine Region in Austria!
The 5’s of wine tasting should merely be regarded as an outline. While each step is important sometimes you have to gather information at your own pace. … Read More 5 Wine Tasting Steps for an Amazing Experience
One of my instructors swore up and down that you could pair ANYTHING with a sparking wine. As a veteran bubbly drinker I can attest. From fried chicken to caviar to Molcajete – you cant go wrong. … Read More 5 Dodici Dishes to Pair With Bubbly
Most winemakers in the industry have personalities as bold as their wine. Dave Phinney founder of Orin Swift is surely an Alchemist. His wine is made methodically in a traditional style. … Read More Cellar Spotlight: Orin Swift
Two buzzwords commonly found in wine descriptions is ‘Old World’ or ‘New World’. What does that even mean? In a broad definition Old & New World wine simply refers to where the winemaking techniques were originated. … Read More New World Vs. Old World Wine