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  • A Hot August Night….Sizzles with the tastes of South America This is what happened when we gathered a small group of people to an Italian restaurant to enjoy the cuisine of South America paired with Chilean wines. An amazing time with our Ambassador, Javier Guinzazu. From a young age, Javier always had a passion for wine.  Having parents from the premier wine producing region of Argentina, ...
  • Summer Is Never a Dull Moment! Waterskiing on the ColumbiaSummer can be an amazingly busy time for all of us. Between taking sets on the ski lake, camping, going to parades and riding my bike, I still find time to organize and take time to facilitate all of our out of town guests we will be hosting for either wine touring, cooking amazing foods ...
  • Lambrusco! lambrusco-wine2 Lambrusco has both an incredible and a sad history. On one hand, this is a fascinating, long-lived grape. When you drink lambrusco, you are drinking a wine that was enjoyed by the Romans of the Roman Empire. The Romans adored Lambrusco. It was easy to grow, high yielding, and very popular. You can easily imagine ...
  • Grappa Anyone? grappa Grappa: Italy’s Elixir Grappa is a uniquely Italian drink. Traditionally, made from pomace, the discarded grape seeds, stalks, and stems that are a by-product of the winemaking process, Grappa has been around since the Middle Ages. For generations, Italians have sipped this “firewater” after meals and even added a little to their morning espresso, to ...
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