Help Movers for Moms make Mother’s day special for women in area women’s shelters.
Bring nice soaps, hair styling products, shampoos and conditioners, pillows, blankets, slippers, and other basic clothing items to Water 2 Wine and we’ll help Movers for Moms get them to area shelters, like Hebron House and Women’s Center of Waukesha.
Drop-off during normal business hours, April 9- May 9, 2018. Contact Shal Rydzik with any questions.
Easter dinner, with its rich, salty ham, can be a difficult meal with which to match a wine. Some reds will be too tannic, and some whites can be too buttery. Typically, light, fruity and crisp wines work well.
During this glorious, short-lived season, we want to drink up all the pumpkin-spiced flavors we can. There’s some really interesting science behind WHY we want all.the.pumpkin.spice, but for most of us, it’s sufficient to say that we just like the flavor.
And, while a latte is a great pick-me-up, sometimes you just want to wind down with something a little stronger. Luckily for you, there are wines full of fall flavors, warm spices, and comforting aromas. Continue reading
When you think “fall”, you probably don’t think “white wine.” Fall is the season of dry reds, of pumpkin spice, of mulled wine. But, if you’re a white-wine lover, don’t dismay. There are plenty of whites that work for the cooler weather.
Farmers market season is upon us, and with it, a multitude of veggies you probably don’t normally eat.
Take beets: unless you LOVE them, you probably don’t eat them. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that beets can taste like dirt. And no one wants dinner to taste like dirt. But, paired with briny feta cheese, rich red wine, and some seasoning, beets can be spectacular. Continue reading