Luca Sanjust vinifies his truly extraordinary Galatrona and Torrione wines in the concrete vats his grandfather built in the 1950s
Lucien Le Moine: Using Amphora in Chateauneuf-du-PapeApril 17th, 2014
James Suckling just posted some hysterical comments from Lucien Le Moine's Mounir Saouma about his new project in Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Click here to read all about about his adventures with amphora.
New Website for La SerreApril 16th, 2014
Chateau La Serre has a great new website! Click here to check it out.
Chateau Montelena Cabernet a favorite for the Oakland AthleticsApril 16th, 2014
Wine blog, The Gray Report, writes that although the Oakland Athletics Coliseum may not have the most amazing food to offer, "the A's have better wines by the glass... than 90% of the restaurants in America". The blog post is titled "Oakland Athletics create best sports stadium wine list ever", and a favorite seems to be the Chateau Montelena Cabernet Sauvignon! Click here to read the whole post.
"Quinta do Noval: Home to the Greatest Port Ever Made?"April 16th, 2014
Wine-searcher.com published an article featuring Quinta do Noval and what's thought to be the home to "one of the greatest wines of all time", the 1963 Nacional Vintage Port. Richard Hemming writes in details on how Noval is continuously working to achieve that same great reputation. You cal read the full article by clicking here.
Washington Post: "look at New Zealand, and expect the unexpected"April 8th, 2014
A clipping from the Washington Post show and article entitled "look at New Zealand, and expect the unexpected". They mention Dog Point Vineyards and their Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc. Also, the 2013 Sauvignon Blanc and 2010 Pinot Noir received 3 stars each! Check out the full article and reviews below.
László Mészáros interviews with winesearcher.comApril 8th, 2014
Winesearcher.com interviewd Disznókő's László Mészáros, discussing László's background and the changes for Hungary's famous sweet wine. "In 1989 I had the chance to go to France where I saw the great diversity of wines, and was surprised that they tasted very different from ours, but they were so good and diverse. It was a revelation for me." said László. Click here to read the interview.
New video with Petrolo's Luca Sanjust: The Launch of 'Inarno'April 3rd, 2014
Check out this great video of Luca Sanjust discussing Petrolo's new wine, Inarno!