Gascony comes to California!
For being a country that has been producing wine for over three and a half centuries, it’s taken South Africa… Read more The Oldest New World Country: Two Winemakers Who Are Changing the State of South African Wine
What to Expect Italy, apparently, loves “B” names: Barbera, Brunello, Barbaresco… and Barolo, one of the most famous and beloved… Read more The “No Fear” Italian Wine Guide: Barolo
WHAT TO EXPECT Prosecco is, without question, the world’s favorite sparkling wine. Outselling Champagne and Cava combined in recent years,… Read more The “No Fear” Italian Wine Guide: Prosecco
Pinot Grigio is just like your favorite old sweatshirt: it’s not flashy or trendy, but it’s been with you through thick and thin. It’s familiar, dependable, and safe.
Chianti. Pinot Grigio. Barolo. Prosecco. We see these words pop up on every Italian restaurant’s wine list. They’re recognizable and… Read more The “No Fear” Italian Wine Guide: Chianti
Amarone: just the name induces a widening of the eyes, involuntary salivation, and a nostalgic smile. If you’ve had it, you… Read more The Many Faces of Venetian Wine
We’ve put together a helpful Pink Wine Primer for this fresh new season of rosé!
Rest assured: there’s a heck of a lot more to Sherry than your grandma’s cheap, sweet stuff.
The tiny region of Montecucco is being heralded as Tuscany’s last unexplored wine region.