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.
Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley Last month I attended a seminar on what happens when Champagne ages. The truth is, the presenter didn’t delve too much into the chemistry or history of aging Champagne. So I don’t feel as though I walked away with a greater understanding of what happens in the bottle. But […]
Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley Last month I mentioned having the intention of writing a story on Greek white wines for summer. But I got sidetracked when I fell head over heals for one very unique Greek winery. Well, this month, I’m back on track and I’m going to give you the original […]
Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley A few weeks ago I attended a tasting of Greek wines with the intention of getting a handful of new recommendations for a “white wines for spring” sort of article. I did not expect to be swept away by the wines of one very special winery and the people […]
Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley Why G. H. Mumm’s sparkling wines from Napa are perfect for spring G. H. Mumm is one of the best-known and highest-regarded of France’s Champagne houses. In the late 1970’s Mumm chose to invest in California, and established a sparkling wine brand based in Napa. The winery’s estate vineyard […]
Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley This month’s column is a sentimental choice for me. The wineries of Santa Barbara County were profoundly affected by the recent wildfires and mudslides. Although, unlike the Northern California fires, the wineries themselves were, for the most part, far from the fire lines. But the impact to the community and […]
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