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9 White Wines to Serve Super-Cold When It’s Blazing Hot Outside

August 4, 2021

Ray Isle, Food & Wine’s Executive Wine Editor, included La Carraia Orvieto Classico in a roundup of refreshing white wines to enjoy in the peak of summer. He notes, “this […]

Tasting Interview – James Suckling and Scot Bilbro of Marietta Cellars

August 4, 2021

In this Tasting Interview, wine critic James Suckling and Scot Bilbro, winemaker at Marietta Cellars, the two talk vineyards, the dynamic genre of table wines, how these wines are an […]

Champagne with no bubbles? Thank Climate Change

July 30, 2021

Bloomberg columnist Elin McCoy dedicated a column to the rare set of still wines produced in the Champagne region, including Champagne Bollinger’s Burgundian style Pinot Noir, La Côte aux Enfants […]

Managing Old & New Vines

July 26, 2021

GuildSomm, a nonprofit organization for wine professionals that promotes education and community, featured Chateau Montelena on a recent podcast, “Managing Old & New Vines.” Bryce Wiatrack interviewed Chateau Montelena Winemaker […]

Meet today’s Chardonnay: It’s not sweet or overly oaked

July 26, 2021

The Daily Herald highlighted Gary Farrell Olivet Lane Chardonnay in a recent wine column. The piece focused on the evolution of Chardonnay and styles of the grape. Writer Mary Ross […]

Château Minuty: A La Minute

July 23, 2021

Beverage Media featured M de Minuty Limited Edition 2020 in the August issue’s Wine Buzz column. The piece shares background on Minuty’s collaboration with French artist Madi and her inspiration […]

Trailblazing Winemakers from Southern Italy: Paternoster’s Fabio Mecca

July 21, 2021

Wine Enthusiast’s August / September 2021 issue focuses on Italy and the trailblazing wineries hailing from the country’s innovative Southern region. Located in the Northern part of Basilicata, the mountainous […]

Spotlight Bastille Day And Reopening With Really Tempting French Bubbles

July 21, 2021

Dave Desimone of Dave’s Wine Cellar included Champagne Bollinger Rosé NV in a story about celebrating Bastille Day and the “widespread reopening of society” with French bubbles. Desimone speaks in […]

The Best French Wines to Celebrate Bastille Day

July 21, 2021

Maxim editor Kaitlyn McInnis recommended Champagne Bollinger Special Cuvée NV as a top wine to celebrate France’s “la fête nationale,” Bastille Day, with. Known to charm the crowd or just […]

Top 5 Wines to Drink This Summer Under $30

July 21, 2021

In Shermans Travel, editor Anne Roderique-Jones included Errázuriz MAX Chardonnay 2019, Dog Point Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2020 and Juvé & Camps Reserva de la Familia Gran Reserva 2017 in a […]

The Dozen

July 21, 2021

Santé Magazine‘s wine columnist Roger Morris recommended E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône Blanc 2019 and Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc 2020 in a roundup of wines perfect to enjoy this summer. […]

How to Celebrate National Wine and Cheese Day on July 25th

July 21, 2021

The Rebel Chick recommended Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc 2020 as a great wine to enjoy with festive celebrations on “National Wine and Cheese Day,” which takes place on July 25. […]

6 Magnifique French Rosés To Drink On Bastille Day

July 21, 2021

Forbes recommended Château Minuty 281 2020 as the first of “6 Magnifique French Rosés” to enjoy on Bastille Day. Writer Nicole Trilivas offered great background on the estate and an extremely […]

Bollinger Vieilles Vignes Françaises: A Rare Prestige Cuvée

July 20, 2021

Decanter’s MW Charles Curtis reports on the ultra rare Champagne Bollinger’s Vielles Vinges Francasies: a blanc de noirs with an extreme cult following. Curtis elaborates that the champagne is fought […]

Ready for Their Close-Up

July 19, 2021

Wine Spectator’s Tasting Reports Column highlighted select Australian producers that are poised for a breakthrough moment in the United States market. Among these, was Mitolo, whose Marsican Shiraz 2016 from […]

Wine Tasting with Filippo Bartolla: Casisano Brunello di Montalcino

July 14, 2021

Part of the Tommasi winery estates, Podere Casisano represents a life-long dream of the Tommasi family to begin producing top-quality Brunello di Montalcino wines in Tuscany. Born and refined in […]

Wine Tasting with Filippo Bartolla: Tommasi Ripasso Valpolicella

July 14, 2021

Watch and learn with Filippo Bartolotta what makes the Tommasi wine producing family so unique in Italy. You’ll explore a world of sustainable wines from North to South of Italy, […]

Wine Tasting with Filippo Bartolla: Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

July 14, 2021

Delight your senses when you watch Filippo Bartolotta crack open a bottle of 2016 Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG. Discover all the Amarone wine’s aromas and elegance when you […]

Wine Tasting with Filippo Bartolla: Tommasi Rafaèl Valpolicella

July 14, 2021

Check out what makes the Tommasi Rafaèl Valpolicella Superiore such a clear expression of its local territory. Together with Filippo Bartolotta, you’ll learn why this Valpolicella vintage is so perfect […]

Wine Tasting with Filippo Bartolla: Tommasi Lugana Le Fornaci

July 14, 2021

Join Filippo Bartolotta as he explores another Tommasi Wine Estate selection, Lugana Le Fornaci DOC 2019 from the bottom-most Lake Garda region. Lean in and learn together about this delightful, […]