A growing “controversy” in the wine world is the raised alcohol levels in domestic wines. Whether it’s due to global warming or a way to entice famous wine writers (read: Robert Parker) to give them a glowing review, winemakers are caving, leading to wine descriptors like “hot”, “burning” and “high alcohol”. Tyler Coleman, aka Dr. Vino, wrote an interesting post on this trend.
Taylor is a self-proclaimed Southern foodie, turned Californian food, wine, and gardening hipster.