Wine Buzz

Wine Buzz: December 2014

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

NEW AUTOMATIC RABBIT WINE OPENER IS BUZZ-WORTHY The wine gadget culture has a hot new tool. Er, make that toy? Just remove the foil and pop the Rabbit automatic electric corkscrew on top of a bottle of wine and hold in place… it pulls the cork out and ejects it. The new Rabbit also has ... read more>

Wine Buzz: November 2014

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

CRIMSON WINE GROUP LAUNCHES UNIQUE MULTI-SOURCE AMERICAN BLEND Literally pushing the envelope for red blends across state lines, Crimson Wine Group (CWG) has released Luminary, a wine using fruit from three renowned wine regions in California and one in Washington. “Our goal was to embody the pioneering American spirit with a wine concept that is ... read more>

Wine Buzz: October 2014

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

This Halloween, try something with a bite! Red blends slide toward the 'dark' side for October and ... read more>

Wine Buzz: September 2014

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

REMINDER: Mark your calendar & put up signage: the Jewish High Holy Days begin this month on Wednesday, September 24th at sundown. CHATEAU ST. JEAN LIGHTENS UP WITH ‘BIJOU’ CHARDONNAYSonoma-based Chateau St. Jean, long a leader in California Chardonnay, hit shelves in August with Bijou, a wine with a purposefully lighter touch of oak. After ... read more>

Wine Buzz: August 2014

Friday, August 1st, 2014

FRESCOBALDI LAUNCHES NIPOZZANO ‘OLD VINES’ IN THE U.S. Tearing a page from the American wine label book, Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi has gone “old vine.” Nipozzano “Vecchie Viti” is a new wine made from the oldest vineyards surrounding the Nipozzano Castle in the heart of the Chianti Rufina DOCG. (With 700 years of winemaking experience, the ... read more>

Wine Buzz: July 2014

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

RIESLING ROLLING, ROLLING, ROLLING… Reprising last year’s successful road trip, Riesling guru Paul Grieco and Wines of Germany traveled from Key West to New York City recently on a one-of-a-kind truck container retrofitted as a wine tasting room, spreading the gospel of Riesling. Grieco, partner at the James Beard-nominated restaurant Hearth and Terroir wine bars ... read more>

Wine Buzz: June 2014

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

FREIXENET REFRESHES PORTFOLIO WITH MODERN, EASY-DRINKING ‘MIA’ WINES Think “Barcelona in a bottle.” That spirit is at the core of Mia, a new line of wines arriving from Spain this month. Mia is the dream of Barcelona winemaker Gloria Collell, who for the past 20 years has worked with the Ferrer family of sparkling Freixenet. ... read more>

Wine Buzz: May 2014

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

GEYSER PEAK RELEASES ‘GROUNDBREAKING’ RED TRIO Applying a semantic twist to the notion that great wine is grounded in terroir, Geyser Peak’s latest high-end releases express a literal connection to the earth. Each is named to honor formations related to the geologic upheaval that created the Sonoma County winery’s namesake mountain. The stylish wines include ... read more>

Wine Buzz: April 2014

Friday, April 4th, 2014

LIVING LARGE: A VOCE’S BRILLIANT BIG BOTTLE PROGRAM About three years ago wine director Olivier Flosse found himself in the cellar at New York City’s A Voce restaurant staring at a 18-liter bottle of Frescobaldi Mormoreto and had a thought: This bottle would be much happier if people were to just drink it. “I told ... read more>

Wine Buzz: March 2014

Monday, March 3rd, 2014

LOS VASCOS GETS A TOUCH-UP Chilean winemaking is unquestionably modern, so why not its packaging? Pasternak Wine Imports has announced that starting with the 2013 vintage, Los Vascos Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Rosé will be sealed with screwtops. Besides enhanced practicality, screwtops are particularly well suited for fresh, aromatic wines with good acidity. The winery’s ... read more>
 
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