Monthly Archives: May 2015

  1. From Mt. Hood to Willamette: Uncorked in Oregon

    From Mt. Hood to Willamette: Uncorked in Oregon

    Oregon, together with Stoller Family Estate, brings exciting flavors to the West with its amazing skiing and Pinot Noir to be had.
  2. Allegra Antinori

    Allegra Antinori

    Allegra Antinori on growing up in a famous wine family, succession and what's next for Marchesi Antinori SRL.
  3. Austrian Reds: Difficult to Pronounce, but Easy to Drink

    Austrian Reds: Difficult to Pronounce, but Easy to Drink

    Blaufrankisch. St. Laurent. Zweigelt. Even though the names of these varieties are difficult to pronounce, the wines go down easy.
  4. Feel Stuck? Try Something New From an Old Region

    Feel Stuck? Try Something New From an Old Region

    I know that John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival famously wrote, “Oh Lord, stuck in Lodi again”—he’d actually never been there, he’s said--some things do leave.
  5. Meritage Wine: Recognizing the Art of Blending

    Meritage Wine: Recognizing the Art of Blending

    Meritage is a term coined by a group of American winemakers wanting to create standards of identification for a class of excellent American blended wines made with traditional, “noble” Bordeaux grape varieties.
  6. A Snapshot of Tavel

    A Snapshot of Tavel

    Situated just north of Avignon and across the Rhône River from Châteauneuf-du-Pape AOC is Tavel, a winemaking appellation in the southern Rhône region of France that is only permitted to produce dry rosé.
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