Philippe Melka 

This are some of the wines, made from one of the best #winemakers of the world, according to Robert Parker: Philippe Melka  He is the Titan of the terroir, where every single wine he touches, even that are mostly Cabernet Sauvignon or Bordeaux blends, they express diversity and provenance of the Vineyard.  I was lucky…

Beer Snob vs Wine snob

As you all know already I am a wine snob, and I like it. I have tried wines from every corner of the world, now that I think, that can be the reason why I became a snob, should stopped with just some regions that surround my home. A tip to everyone: “In order to…

Fiano – Mastroserio

A beautiful white wine done as her twin Italian sister Fiano d’Avelino with a tropical bouquet and nuances of caramel sauce drizzled over a tart tatin. The golden wine from Fair Play California has an amazing complexity in the palate where chopped wood flavors is beautifully engaged with mineralty and acidity.  The finish is slightly…

Andis Wines Winery of the Year

Opened in November of 2010, Andis Wines brings a modern and fresh approach to Amador County’s winemaking region. Our focus: seeking out the best vineyards in the Sierra Foothills to craft delicious wines with balance, character, complexity and varietal correctness. Using both traditional and innovative winemaking approaches (have you tried wine aged in concrete?), Andis…

101 Best Wineries in America 2016

The Daily Meal has recently published on their website the list of 101 Best Wineries in America for the 2016.  Looking into the list and if you stop at number #72 you will notice an Andis Wines. A little family owned winery, where I have been spending my days in the last 15 months and…

Keep it simple

Sometimes cheap is expensive, easy is very hard and simple is too complicated. What I just said sounds like a theory of Pythagoras, or Einstein math. By the way, have you ever noticed that calling Einstein in vain is offensive?  For example while you are parking the car and even you are embarrassed on what you…