Tag: Wines of France

Wine of the Day: Domaine Matrot Meursault

The Chardonnay wines of Burgundy, France are to be lingered over as they sensuously unveil their luscious beauty in the glass, showcasing Burgundy’s premium terroir for growing world-class Chardonnay. Made in a lean, focused style, Domaine Matrot Meursault ($65) shines with a mineral-driven backbone,…

What To Drink Now: Refreshing Chardonnay

Chardonnay is America’s favorite white wine and one that Gary and I find ourselves sipping often. There are many faces of Chardonnay though, from steely, fresh, and mineral-driven, to rich, round, and luscious. As warm summer days continue, the former fresh, racy style continues…

What To Drink Now: Wine & Cheese

If you didn’t know, wine goes well with cheese making today extra sweet as it is National Wine & Cheese Day! It’s a day I say is better than Christmas, as life without either would be incomplete. This morning on KXAS-TV/NBC DFW in Dallas…

Red Wine with Breakfast

Every Glass Is An Adventure

HAWAII UNCORKED

Sommelier, Personal Chef & Concierge Creating Elegant Dinner Parties and Unique Wine Tasting Events to the Big Island of Hawaii

Cogill Wine & Film

Cogill WIne & Film and Cogill Consulting brings together the talents of Producer Gary Cogill and his wife, Sommelier Hayley Hamilton Cogill, working together, yet thriving individually, for a perfect pairing of wine and film.