Today’s bottle of choice is the Jean Philippe Moulin Champagne Rose from Naked Wines. This Champagne comes from Chardonnay with a hint of Pinot Noir for a fun and vibrant light pink color. This is a tasty and crisp Champagne that is perfect for the upcoming summer months.
Winemaker Ken Deis has spent nearly 40 vintages working with some of Napa Valley’s most prestigious wineries, from Heitz to Flora Springs to Joseph Phelps, all known for their tasty (and expensive) red wine.
Champagne is the perfect celebratory drink, but do you really require a true celebration to enjoy a bottle? I recently popped open a bottle of Jean Philippe Moulin Champagne Brut on a lazy Saturday afternoon.
Matt Parish Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve
The Mighty Quinn Cabernet Franc is a big boy wine, and one that needed a good hour of decanting before it was ready to drink.
Today’s lesson comes from Master Sommelier Andrea Robertson, one of only 23 female Master Somms in the world. I recently had the pleasure of hearing her speak in Sonoma, California at the annual Wine Bloggers Conference, and I’d like to share some of her knowledge with you.