For me, the gift that keeps on giving is wine with cellar potential, wine that improves with age, despite the controversy sparked by a famous wine critic who says aged wines aren’t necessarily all they’re cracked up to be.
If you’ve ever dined at a mom-and-pop Italian restaurant, you may have sipped wine from a jelly jar. It’s not always about the wine. Sometimes it’s the experience—in this case, a rustic, Old World experience.
How about the next time you choose a wine from the retail shelf, you reach for the one wine that’s not only good for your heart, but for everyone’s heart? That would be Colby Red, a delicious yet inexpensive California red wine crafted by famed winemaker Daryl Groom, with help from his 15-year-old son, Colby.