Wine tastings

Campo Viejo: Where women wine

Campo Viejo: Where women wine

Spain is one of the European countries I have not spent much time in but it’s pretty high up on my list of places that I need to get to know better. I developed an affinity for Spanish wines, primarily Tempranillo, on a trip to […]

Central California’s Carmel Wine Walk by-the-Sea

Central California’s Carmel Wine Walk by-the-Sea

The Central Coast of California has been known for its burgeoning wine industry for some time, but there’s a little up and coming area in Monterey County that’s attracting those looking for an authentic wine tasting experience. Monterey County was voted one of the top […]

Josh Cellars Wines

Josh Cellars Wines

This blog is not called MomUncorked for nothing! I’m known to uncork a bottle of wine several times a week. But don’t get me wrong, I’m not a wine snob or a wine connoisseur by any means. I do love hearty, old, robust-let-them-decant wines, but […]

Winerist lets you indulge in wine travel

Winerist lets you indulge in wine travel

I love wine. And I love to travel. So there is no sweeter experience than wine travel. We travel to experience many different things and wine tourism is a category that is taking off. Wine tourism is loosely defined as travel that includes the tasting, […]

Tuscany is so yesterday. Why Umbria is the new place for Italian wine tasting

Tuscany is so yesterday. Why Umbria is the new place for Italian wine tasting

So I promised some yummy tidbits from my recent trip to Umbria. So I’m starting with the wine tours. Despite having lived in Italy and traveling much of the country (repeatedly), Umbria is the one place I keep going back to. It’s the opposite of […]

Recovering from Umbria

  Just spent the most amazing week in Umbria. This was the view from our villa all week. Can’t wait to share my adventures in wine tasting, Italian cooking class and ceramics shopping with you!



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