Wine Buzz

Wines Celebrating Earth Month

In Wine Buzz By JoAnn Actis-Grande / April 2021

Hit your deck at home with wine! Let’s start off enjoying easy to drink Rosé, along with light and bright yet flavorful whites that pair well with spring salads, appetizers, oysters, and all kinds of shellfish - followed by a selection of reds, one Pinot Noir that works well with salmon and chicken plus some bigger reds for heavy pasta dishes and grilled meats.

Euphoria by Mollydooker

In Wine Buzz By Taste of the Seacoast / December 2020

Introducing Euphoria, a sparkling Verdelho from Mollydooker that has arrived, just in time for NEW YEAR'S Celebrations!

Sip in Oregon

In Wine Buzz By JoAnn Actis-Grande / February 2020

Last month I was invited to judge at the McMinnville Wine & Food Classic in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, one of my favorite places. It was exciting to see old friends, while making new ones.

The Best Week for Wine in New Hampshire

In Wine Buzz By JoAnn Actis-Grande / January 2020

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) will host New Hampshire Wine Week, an annual event featuring more than 60 of the biggest names in the wine world, including Dave Phinney of Orin Swift, Lisa Evich of SIMI, Cristina Mariani-May of Castello Banfi, Isiah Thomas of Cheurlin Champagne, and Michael Phillips of Michael David Winery.

Perfect Wine Pairings for the Holidays

In Wine Buzz By JoAnn Actis-Grande / December 2019

Holiday season is here! With so many wine choices, this year I’ve decided to feature wines that are made sustainably, taste delicious, and help give back to the community and land where they are produced.

A Labor of Love Between Brothers

In Wine Buzz By JoAnn Actis-Grande / August 2019

Hard work pays off. Not many people I know work harder than wine producers - remember wine stems from the ground up. Planting vines, harvesting grapes, building a winery, making great wine, and selling product is truly a labor of love.

A Toast to 40 Years of Winemaking Excellence

In Wine Buzz By JoAnn Actis-Grande / July 2019

La Crema celebrates 40 years of winemaking this year! The winery's original name, La Crema Viñera, means "best of the vine.”