Author: Lisa Stephenson

An Evening With Allegrini

On September 24, 2015 Esquin Wine and Spirits hosted a tasting event featuring the wines from the Allegrini family. Giovanni Nencini, Managing Director for Lux Wines was on hand to present 4 wines from...

Lambrusco

Lambrusco is the name of a red wine grape and Italian wine. Yeah….so what? Well, it’s one of the most underrated wines available in today’s market. With a history extending back to the ancient...

Geoduck – A Phallic feast

I love to try new types of food and occasionally I even attempt to cook them. The Geoduck is considered a Pacific Northwest delicacy and it is prized by those who live in Hong...

Vietti visits Cuoco

Vietti is one of my favorite producers from the northern Italian region of Piedmont. They have been making wine since the 1900’s.  I was thrilled that on October 1st, 2015 Elena Penna Currado of...

Corning Museum of Glass

There’s more to do in Corning, New York than taste wine. You can explore one of the world’s best glass museums. The Corning Museum of Glass features something for everyone including history, live glassblowing,...

Les Tuileries 2006

The 2006 Les Tulieres is a deep golden yellow color. A very floral nose consisting of acacias and white flowers. Aromas of ripe peach, apricot, lemon and honey. Flavors on the palate mimic the...