Wine Guy: Rosé Is A Favorite Summer Sipper Around The World

Rosé has become quite popular with Americans in recent years. I?m not talking about still popular sweet blush wines like white zinfandel. These days, it is the dry wines modeled


Free Dinner And Drink To Honor Colorado Springs Medical Staff, First Responders

The Hermes Team at RE/MAX Properties want to honor first responders and medical personnel amid the coronavirus pandemic by buying them lunch/dinner and a drink on them.


Wine Guy: California Merlot Offers Good Value

It wasn?t long ago that cabernet sauvignon and merlot were the big two California red wines ? with cabernet most widely planted and most popular with consumers, but merlot right


Pikes Pick: Enjoy A Drink On The 100th Anniversary Of Prohibition

The Broadmoor, 1 Lake Ave., is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the enactment of Prohibition with a cocktail special Jan. 17. On that Friday only, enjoy two cocktails for $19.


Wine Guy: California Red Wine Beyond Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot Or Zinfandel

Although cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, merlot and zinfandel remain the most popular red wine grapes in California, if you?re like me, you crave something different now and then. Here are


Wine Guy: Napa, Sonoma Dominate California Cabernet Sauvignon

California cabernet sauvignon, especially from Napa Valley and Sonoma County, has been a sales phenomenon for at least 40 years. Even as California wine production continues to grow and lesser-known


Pikes Pub: Some Thirst For Justice After Beer Betrayal

You met cute at an airport lounge and have been together ever since. Maybe yours isn?t the most exciting relationship, but it?s comfortable, consistent, honest. Then something drops, and you


Longtime Colorado Springs Chef Learns Hard Lessons, Mentors Culinary Students

You might know Brent Beavers? name from his signature dishes at former eateries Sencha and Conscious Table or his many awards in food competitions such as The Chefs? Gala. But


Wine Guy: South Africa Wine Industry Straddles Old, New Worlds

After decades as an afterthought for most consumers, the South African wine industry - dating to the 1600s - is poised to take its place on the world stage. In the Western Cape especially, growers an


Wine Guy: In Napa Valley, Old And New Producers Of Cabernet Sauvignon Continue Tradition

Over the past 50 years, Napa Valley cabernet sauvignon has gone from an attractive wine yet sleepy market segment to the top-selling wine in America and renowned worldwide. Wineries established in th

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