• One Glass
  • The Universal Language of Wine:  Fullerton Wines

    “Great wine speaks profoundly, a universal language transcending any one culture.”  ~The Fullerton Family Have you ever heard of Fullerton Wines? If you haven’t, they are a small producer of elegantly crafted Pinot Noir and Chardonny based out of Beaverton, OR. The story of Fullerton Wines goes back to 1969. When 14 year old Eric […]

  • Argentina
  • What I’m Drinking with my “Must Watch” Fall TV

    The warm days of summer are slowly slipping away, allowing for fall to gently come rustling in. Lemonade and iced tea are giving way to hot chocolate and apple cider. My most happy thought about this, though? It’s the new season of some of our favorite shows!! Here’s what I’m drinking while watching my shows: […]

  • Clark County
  • FareStart Dinner in Pictures #IFBC15

    In the months leading up to IFBC, the Facebook group for attendees and alumni was buzzing with excitement. And who wouldn’t be excited? IFBC is one of the best conferences there is! One of the topics of conversation was a dinner at FareStart. The idea behind FareStart is really awesome. They train adults who are […]

  • Eastern Washington
  • #TravelTuesday: Five Essentials for Travel

    This weekend, I’m heading out to the beautiful Walla Walla Valley for wine tasting, testing my new selfie stick I got from Krusteaz while at the International Food Blogger Conference with my cousin, Mom and possibly Grandma, having an “open *that* bottle” night and just having a danged good time. To follow our adventures, make […]

  • In My Backyard
  • Kudos Wines – An affordable and great introduction to Oregon Wines

    According to Merriam Webster, the word “kudos” means “praise or respect that you get because of something you have done or achieved”. For Laurent Montalieu, this word takes a new meaning. Providing quality wine at affordable prices is always a key way to introduce folks to new wines and regions. With nothing over $35 a […]