Light Your Wine Right

We are not lucky enough to have our own wine cellar. My wine “cellar” is actually a 32 bottle single zone wine refrigerator when it’s full, which isn’t as often as we’d like of course. For us it works just fine but sometimes I think it would be cool to say “Yes, would you like…

Why Wine Glasses?

I always assumed you drank wine out of a wine glass, but as a FoodTV addict and regular cooking show junkie (even though I have to admit I’m not much of a cook), I have seen a number of shows where the chef is in Italy or another European country, and shock upon shock, they…

TRIbella Wine Aerator: The Review

If you are a fan of wine like we are, in order to get the most from the flavor out of your wine you should let your wine breathe (insert wine joke here about giving it mouth to mouth if it doesn’t breathe) and you should also aerate your wine. What is aerating you say?

Cork vs. Screwcap: The Never Ending Debate

We are a little torn on the screwcap vs. cork debate. On the one hand, the ease of opening and resealing a wine bottle that uses a screwcap closure is wonderful. On the other hand, a bit of the romance is lost when you don’t hear that “pop” when you crack open a bottle. Plus,…

A Trip To The Carmel Valley

A friend of The Wine Guys NYC recently came back from what she hoped to be a trip to Napa and Sonoma, CA to enjoy the wineries but due to the wild fires she visited Carmel Valley instead and her experience was one she never expected. We asked her to share her story. Months ago,…