My review of Saint Urban Wine Bar and Restaurant in the Westcott Neighborhood near Syracuse University.
A road trip to Erie, Pennsylvania for a cheerleading competition resulted in a glimpse of Lake Erie Wine Country and a visit to Liberty Vineyards and Winery.
This summer is rapidly coming to an end in Central New York. When the New York State Fair commercials begin in earnest, that’s when you know. Or, if you ask my son, you know when the cicadas (or “summer sounds,” as he calls them) reach their fever pitch decibel levels. Whatever the sign, it’s now the latter half of August, and back to school is only weeks away.
Every summer we go on a family vacation. Most of the time we head south to Delaware to visit family. While there, we try to do a few other sightseeing activities, picking different things to do each year. This past year, the husband and I escaped for an overnight in Frederick, Maryland, a location chosen for its close proximity to Maryland and Virginia wine country.
Five years ago this month, my husband and I went on our honeymoon. Of course, we had to visit the highly rated wine bar at the Rio casino.
ONEHOPE Wine is a unique organization that sells wines for a cause. While the wines are mostly good, the company falls short on transparency when it comes to their origins.
Shelburne Vineyard is a welcoming winery with unique grapes and a nice atmosphere.
Elfs Farm Winery and Cider House is a welcoming vineyard with child-friendly charm.
Daisy Scout pinning ceremonies call for wine to celebrate. My review of a Winc Malbec.
Joining a wine club is a great way to experience new and interesting wines without having to leave home.
Sometimes, you find a great wine selection in unexpected ways, including the time when I visited Maximum Wine and Liquors in Cicero, New York, with its fresh approach and reorganized store.