Tag Archive: Master Sommelier

Wine Tasting in the Cellar

This winter we’re debuting our most intimate epicurean experience to date with private tastings in our 20,000 bottle wine cellar. “Basically, it’s a wine geek’s dream,” says Master Sommelier Carlton McCoy and the… Continue reading

Spring Wine Picks

Whether you celebrate spring with a family feast of ham, lamb or cabbage and carrots, here are 5 great wines to enjoy!  2007 Schramsberg “Blanc de Blancs.”  A terrific domestic sparkling wine. Great… Continue reading

Pairing Wine and Cheese – Parmigiano

  October is American Cheese Month – a time when we celebrate delicious and diverse cheeses and the farmers, cheesemakers, retailers, cheesemongers and chefs who bring them to your table. Here at The… Continue reading

Pairing Wine and Cheese – A Primer

October is American Cheese Month – a time when we celebrate delicious and diverse cheeses and the farmers, cheesemakers, retailers, cheesemongers and chefs who bring them to your table. Here at The Little… Continue reading

Notes from the Cellar

Notes from the Cellar – Tips from Master Sommelier Jonathan Pullis Fall comes quickly in the Rocky Mountains, and I start to crave richer, more full-bodied grapes. Syrah, or shiraz, seems to be… Continue reading

A Wine for the Time

The Little Nell Wine Director, Master Sommelier Jonathan Pullis, is an avid explorer of wine from around the world. He shares his latest musings on what to drink now… Summer in Aspen is so… Continue reading