Tag: Port

Wine Review: extremely mediocre tawny port from Croft in Douro

Wine Review: extremely mediocre tawny port from Croft in Douro

Without fail, as soon as the nighttime temperatures start edging below zero, I get a hankering for port. Tawny port, that is – this wine is absolutely synonymous with fall and winter: warming and savoury, something to be sipped in the dark evenings as the 

Christmas Wine Tasting at Color de Vino

Christmas Wine Tasting at Color de Vino

I attended a tasting at Color de Vino this past Tuesday, one of the first done by this new Edmonton wine shop. (If you haven’t been, go visit them right away – it’s a wonderful shop run by lovely people, with tons of interesting, well-priced 

Wine Cocktails & Poor Man’s Sangria

Wine Cocktails & Poor Man’s Sangria

This is almost a moot point, but as long as the warmth sticks around town it’s still appropriate to drink wine cocktails. Not that you can’t drink sangria or mimosas on the coldest winter day, of course, but one of my personal signs of fall