Mike – Beneath the Cork

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Beneath the Cork with Mike H. Assistant Liquor
Mike

What you need to know about wine

Mike is the Liquor Division Assistant Manager for Coborn’s and has a passion for wine. Traveling the world and always learning more, he loves sharing his passion with you in his blog.


 

Recent Blogs:

March Food and Wine Pairings

Columbia Crest winery has found a home in the Horse Heaven Hills of Washington for more than two decades. This region and winery combine to make some of Washington’s and maybe the world’s most affordable and best “every day” drinking wines. The soil deposits from the Missoula Floods during the Ice Age and the current […]Read More »

5 Wines for Great Summer Grilling

Top 5 Wines for Great Summer Grilling. www.cobornsblog.comNow that the weather has finally changed to give us spring, my mind wanders toward grilling.  At my house grilling season is always coupled with wine to complement our meals.  For me there are really five wine staples we have on hand for nearly any food we would grill. For me the biggest staple of […]Read More »

Great stories begin with Charles Smith Wines

Great stories begin with Charles Smith Wines - www.cobornsblog.comGreat stories often accompany wine brands and labels but only great wine will get me or anyone to have a second glass.  Charles Smith wines present the perfect marriage of story and quality.  In his youth Charles craved world travel and at his first opportunity he left California for Denmark.  For the next nine years […]Read More »

Best wine for the Holidays

www.cobornsblog.com The Best wine for the HolidaysThis time of the year I am often asked what kind of wine should I pair with appetizers, a holiday meal, dessert or sometimes all of the above.  This year I will answer any of these questions with the same response – Prosecco!  Prosecco is a soft, off-dry and slightly fizzy wine.  It has more […]Read More »

Australian Wine is Back!

www.cobornsblog.com - The raise and fall and raise again of Australian WineHad you asked me ten years ago what was trendy in the wine industry the easy answer would have been Australian wine. At that time Australian wine was known for its quality when compared to wines of other regions at similar price points. What has happened since then should be a cautionary tale to the […]Read More »

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