Meet Our Wine Scout: Sam

Sam has been a Wine Scout with Bounty Hunter for fifteen years, and while he’s made a pretty good dent in his ultimate goal of trying every wine varietal on...

Wine Word: Lees

Lees are a common factor in the weight and flavor of white and sparkling wines. They’re leftover yeast particles that appear during fermentation. When a wine ferments, yeast particles break...

How To: Taste Whiskey

If you’ve never sampled whiskey before, it can be hard to understand how to get the most out of a tasting. It’s far different from winetasting, as nuanced flavors can...

Pairing Puzzle: Barbecue Sauce

Barbecue sauce is something that we at Bounty Hunter are quite familiar with – our restaurant boasts some of the tastiest barbecue in Northern California and has been featured on...

Wave Goodbye to The Wine Aisle Daze.

Entertaining is a lot of work, from setting a menu, to prepping, to thoughtful décor, to giving your guests a unique experience they won’t forget. Choosing the wine can be...

Share the Dessert, and Pour Good Wine

Sure it’s advice that sounds like it will make for a fun evening, but it’s also advice that’s beneficial to your health, according to scientific and behavioral studies! Studies on...

The Post-PTA Happy Hour

It’s September, and we’re in full swing when it comes to school board meetings, functions, and fundraising. Getting together with parents and other school or community figures for a Happy...

Wine Word: Tannin

It’s a term you hear often in wine notes and among wine drinkers, but what actually are tannins, where do they come from, and why are they important when it...

The Staycation Dinner Party

If you want to get your friends together and do something more special than the usual grill out, why not take them on a little Staycation? Letting a destination inspire...

To Logging Off

According to the MIT Technology Review, Americans spend about 24 hours a week online! That’s one full day staring into a little glowing box – whether it has been your...

Wine word: Méthode Champenoise (Traditional Method)

You may have seen the term Méthode Champenoise when browsing or sipping sparkling wines. Forget that it may be a challenge to pronounce, what it means is actually not too...

What Wine to Serve a Beer Lover?

The idea of introducing a beer lover to the world of wine can be a little daunting. In some ways, beer and wine are wholly different, and in some, they’re...

Live Bountifully

Here at Bounty Hunter, we believe in living bountifully. There are so many demands from day to day, from the second our alarms goes off in the morning, to the...

Hosting the Boss? We’ve Got You.

Let’s set the stage. You’re having the boss and his wife over for dinner. You’ve heard through the grapevine that he loves prime rib, so you’ve picked up a beautiful...