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Restaurant Talk: Fine Dining for All at Gabriel Kreuther

October 23, 2018

Chef Gabriel Kreuther was interviewed in Wine Spectator, where he discussed how to make “upscale dining unstuffy.” The notable chef was asked about his favorite wine-and-food pairing at the restaurant. […]

Ponzi Vineyards Pinot Gris 2017, Willamette Valley, Oregon

October 18, 2018

In wine writer Edward Deitch’s latest column for Vinepair, he describes a recent pairing he chose for a homemade seafood stew. While he admitted that he’s enhanced his spicy recipe variations with Rieslings […]

The International Debut of De Buris Amarone Riserva

October 18, 2018

Tommasi’s new De Buris Amarone Riserva receives high praise from the world’s top wine publications following a beautiful event in Valpolicella on October 12 celebrating the wine’s international release. To […]

How is Champagne Like Art? It’s About Time and Taste

October 16, 2018

In a feature story for Forbes, writer Elva Ramirez wrote about her experience at the New York Academy of Art’s annual #TakeHomeANude fundraising gala, where Champagne Bollinger Special Cuvee was poured for […]

Champagne Bollinger at New York Academy of Art’s Take Home a Nude Gala

October 16, 2018

Philanthropists and art lovers united at Sotheby’s Auction House for the annual #TakeHomeANude gala, the sexiest auction of the year! The festive fundraiser for the New York Academy of Art […]

Port 2016: Vintage Report and Top Releases

October 15, 2018

Decanter’s latest article offers a Port 2016 vintage report and a list of top releases featuring Quinta do Noval’s Vintage Port 2016 and Vintage Nacional 2016. Quinta do Noval Vintage […]

“The Rebirth of Quinta do Noval” – Wine Spectator

October 12, 2018

The new issue of Wine Spectator (November 15) features an article titled “The Rebirth of Quinta do Noval,” that explains how Christian Seely returned Quinta do Noval to glory by […]

Decero Malbec Featured in Wine Spectator

October 11, 2018

Decero Malbec is selected as part of an elite group of Southern Hemisphere wines that “offer great value in a range of styles.” Author Keith Newton states that the featured vintners […]

Six Places to Get a Taste of the Fall Harvest

October 10, 2018

The New York Times published a great story in their Travel section that highlights the best places to get a taste of the harvest season. In the story, “Six Places […]

Rules of Thumb for Buying Blended Wines

October 5, 2018

The Guigal 2015 Crozes-Hermitage Rouge was selected as the “wine of the week” in the Napa Valley Register story, “Dan Berger On Wine: Rules of thumb for buying blended wines.” Wine columnist […]

Sauvignon Blanc from Chile’s Cold Coast

October 3, 2018

In a feature story for Wine & Spirits titled, “Sauvignon Blanc from Chile’s Cold Coast,” writer Rachel DelRocca Terrazas elaborates on “head-turning sauvignon blancs” that she had been tasting from Costa, the […]

Wine Made Easy: Nine Pinot Grigios Actually Worth Drinking

October 3, 2018

Bloomberg wine columnist Elin McCoy explains that while many Pinot Grigios lack complexity and can be described as dull, consumers can still find terrific options to enjoy, including Ponzi Vineyards […]

Sandrone Calendar Year 2018 Releases

September 28, 2018

THE 2014 VINTAGE IN BAROLO   The 2014 vintage, despite being one of the most complex to manage in recent years, gave way to very pleasant surprises as a result […]

What to Drink Next: Trust These Names in Wine

September 24, 2018

Guigal was featured in the Food & Wine story “What to Drink Next: Trust These Names in Wine.” Ray Isle highlighted Guigal as “one of the Rhone Valley’s most respected […]

The 16 Best Rosé Champagnes

September 18, 2018

Leading luxury publication Town &  Country includes the Champagne Bollinger Limited Edition Brut Rosé 2006 in an online roundup of best rosé Champagnes. The writers elaborate on the wine, explaining that “a ten […]

In the world of true Champagne, it’s all about following the rules

September 13, 2018

The Daily Herald‘s wine columnist, Mary Ross, offers her Chicago-based readers a great overview of what goes into crafting a true Champagne, based on the strict governing of vineyard and […]

FORBES highlights Errazuriz Don Maximiano 2015

September 13, 2018

Tom Hyland’s recent article in FORBES, “Wines Of Chile: A Whole New World Of Style And Excellence,” highlights the undertaking by top producers in Chile to establish the country as a […]

What to Drink Next: Trust These Names in Wine

September 12, 2018

Guigal was featured in the Food & Wine story “What to Drink Next: Trust These Names in Wine.” Ray Isle highlighted Guigal as “one of the Rhone Valley’s most respected names.” […]

Robb Report: If You Like White Burgundy, You’ll Love Oregon Chardonnays

September 11, 2018

Robb Report wine columnist Sara Schneider focuses her latest Robb Report column on Chardonnays from Oregon. In the piece, she boldly argues that “Willamette Valley winemakers rival their French counterparts […]

What To Drink Now: Red Wine Options for Under $25

September 11, 2018

D Magazine wine columnist Hayley Hamilton includes Ponzi Vineyards Pinot Noir Rosé in her latest column, “What to Drink Now: Red Wine Options for Under $25.” In the story, she […]