woman on wine with Amy Reiley
It’s proven that women are more sensitive than men to the subtleties of taste.  They also tend to give more provocative, enticing descriptions of wine. That’s why we have women do our wine writing. In her monthly column, Woman on Wine, our internationally recognized wine and spirits journalist and woman on wine Amy Reiley brings us her personal tasting notes. Get inspired to try something new from her latest wine recommendations.

Drouhin Fleurie Cru Beaujolais

Discover Drouhin Both Old World and New

Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley Every once in a while I’m inspired to dedicate my monthly column to a single vintner or winery or, in this case, legendary wine family. Joseph Drouhin founded an estate in Burgundy in 1880.

Scrapona Moscato d'Asti

Awesome Asti–Moscato d’Asti is a wine everyone can enjoy

Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley Moscato d’Asti is a sparkling white wine produced in Northern Italy. It is low in alcohol and slightly sweet, making it a perfect wine for summer. Unlike Champagne, Moscato d’Asti is produced in a frizzante style. That means that rather than having the rush of efferevescence of Cava or […]

Triennes Rosé--a great bargain wine

Permission to Drink Bargain Wine—value wines the pros drink

Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley In my work as a wine writer, I’ve discovered that what most people are looking for in wine reviews isn’t florid descriptions of famous, impossible to find or at least, impossible to afford bottlings. What most people seek is permission to drink bargain wine. And they want suggestions of […]

wines for summer

Wines for Summer—crisp white wines that will quench your thirst

Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley You know what I want to drink in summer? Something cool, refreshing, possibly fizzy, that makes me want to say, “Ahhh.” I want it to leave no lasting impression. I don’t want to feel its weight on my tongue or enjoy lingering notes of toast and vanilla. America and […]

Naked Wines wine club concept

Naked Wines: a wine club experience with a twist

Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley As a wine writer, I’ve never felt the need to join a winery’s wine club or one of the many wine-of-the-month sort of deals cropping up on the internet at a staggering rate. I generally find my wines for articles from professional wine tastings, visits to wineries, digging around […]