Wine

Coastal Forecast

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Increasing Quality and Diversity are Emerging in Chilean Sauvignon Blanc & Pinot Noir, Driven by Key Regions Close to the ... read more>

New Zealand’s First Family

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Family-Owned Babich Wines Celebrates a Century of ... read more>

Torrontés: Moving Out of Malbec’s Shadow

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

From one of the world’s loftiest vineyard regions comes an aromatic, tangy wine called Torrontés (tor-ohn-TEZ). It’s known as Argentina’s signature white and the Cafayete Valley in far northwest Salta province—ranging from 6,000-10,000 feet in elevation—is the source of some of the best Torrontés grapes. Farther south, the variety is also widely planted in and ... read more>

Wine Buzz April 2016: Special Rose Edition

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

PINK-apoCALYPSE NOW Last summer was the tipping season for dry rosé. Cases of pink wine joined stacks of red blends and Pinot Grigio on display. Whispering Angel was seemingly ensconced in every storefront and cooler in the Hamptons. The phrase “brosé” even caught some traction. Provençal rosé in particular showed scorching sales. For the 12th ... read more>

Shifting Tradition

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

Israel has come into its own by focusing on quality first and kosher ... read more>

Wine Buzz – March 2016

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

New AVA-Driven Line Reaffirms Kenwood’s Strength in Sonoma  Kenwood Vineyards has held a strong but relatively quiet presence in Sonoma County since 1970 (considering they produce about half a million cases annually). Part of Pernod Ricard’s wine portfolio since 2014, the brand is getting a fresh makeover. SKUs have been trimmed back, and not only ... read more>

Wine Buzz – February 2016

Thursday, January 21st, 2016

Zonin Dresses Up a Trio of Blended Bubblies  Zonin is tapping into Italy’s deep connection to fashion with a new limited-edition “Dress Code” Collection, designed both to showcase the blending potential of Prosecco’s signature Glera variety and to communicate different moods via the packaging and character. The White Edition (Glera & Pinot Bianco), with floral ... read more>

Wine Buzz – January 2016

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

 Vergelegen: Sharp Wines At South Africa’s Leading Edge If wine’s “Old World” is Europe, and its “New World” is considered the United States, South America and the Antipodes, where does South Africa fit? It is becoming refreshingly evident that South Africa is successfully bridging both worlds. There is a genuine reverence for terroir; yet winegrowers ... read more>

November 2015 – Wine Buzz

Thursday, November 19th, 2015

Forget Boughs of Holly— ‘Light My Bottle’ Turns Empty Bottles into Art This nifty new product—enjoying its first holiday season on the market—has “impulse buy” written all over it. Light My Bottle’s string of micro LED lights turns empty wine/liquor bottles into homey works of art. The string inserts easily into the bottle and a ... read more>

Year of Discovery

Wednesday, November 18th, 2015

With fascinating wines coming from the unlikeliest of places, 2015 has become the Year of Discovery in wine, with retailers in the vital position as gatekeepers between curious drinkers and bold new regions and ... read more>
 
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