Costco KS Sangria – An Inflation-Fighting Super Hero!

Photo of bottle of Kirkland Signature Sangria, a can of San Pellegrino Blood Orange Soda and a glass with the two combined.

  Fast facts: Kirkland Signature Classic Red Sangria, Vino de España, Spain (Product #1025679) $6.99 @ Costco, California     This bonus sized bottle of Kirkland Signature Spanish Sangria (still just $6.99 for a double bottle!) is everything you need to chill with this summer. Well, almost everything… I’m a big fan of Sangria when … Read moreCostco KS Sangria – An Inflation-Fighting Super Hero!

Ice is for Skating – and Winemaking?

Bottle of 2019 Levesque Estates ice wine alongside a statuette of Santa Claus lacing up his ice skates.

Fast facts: 2019 Levesque Estates Reserve Vidal Ice Wine, VQA Niagara On the Lake, Canada $14.99 (@Trader Joe’s; California)   Before my wife and I relocated to California, we lived in Bolton, Massachusetts. You’d be forgiven for not knowing where this town is located.  Carved out of the woods in Central Massachusetts, most people in … Read moreIce is for Skating – and Winemaking?

A Delicious Riesling – A Wine for Hard to Pair Foods – from Costco

Bottle and glass of Dr. Loosen 2020 Blue Slate Riesling Kabinett from Costco

Fast facts: 2020 Dr. Loosen Blue Slate Riesling Kabinett, Mosel, Germany ($14.99 @ Costco, California – Item #249109) Dr. Loosen is one of the most highly acclaimed wine estates in the world, especially in the world of German wines, and specifically the Riesling grape. In the family for over 200 years, Ernst “Erni” Loosen assumed … Read moreA Delicious Riesling – A Wine for Hard to Pair Foods – from Costco

Is the best selling import “wine” in the U.S. not really a wine?

Bottle and glass of Stella Rosa Black, poolside

Fast Facts: NV* Stella Rosa Black, Asti, Piemonte, Italy  ($9.99 @Costco in California – Item #804293) * NV denotes a product that is not associated with a vintage (Non-Vintage)   The bestselling wine brand in California isn’t from California. It’s not Josh or Barefoot or Coppola, or Two-Buck Chuck. It’s an Italian import called Stella … Read moreIs the best selling import “wine” in the U.S. not really a wine?