Charcuterie
How-To

A Guide to the Charcuterie Platter

If you’ve ever been out to a wine bar or one of our private cavern tastings, you’ve likely experienced pairing wine with charcuterie, which is a fancy word for cold, cured meats that provide contrasting flavors to the wine and enhance the overall tasting experience. If you’re hosting a get-together, serving a board of charcuterie […]

petanque
How-To

How to Play Petanque

Pétanque (pronounced “pay-tonk”) is the French equivalent of Bocce, only with some minor differences: the balls (called “boules”) are made of metal and are about the size of an orange, while the playing surface is like a baseball infield (dirt, gravel, hard-packed sand) and may or may not have a boundary. The object of the […]