In Depth Report: Domaine de la Janasse Published Thursday, Apr 28, 2020
There are many attributes that go into a winery that would put it on the short list of Legendary Producers in France. Domaine de la Janasse..... Click here to continue reading!
Jason's Wine of the Week Published Thursday, Mar 12, 2020
For anyone who knows up-and-coming California producers well, the wines of Arnot-Roberts need no introduction. With a signature..... Click here to continue reading!
Grant’s Wine of the Week Published Wednesday, Mar 11, 2020
This honestly blew me away! It was exactly what I look for in a young, approachable Rhone wine. It has a ton of fresh purple fruit upfront with some black pepper and assorted spice..... Click here to continue reading!
Ben’s Wines of the Week Published Tuesday, Mar 10, 2020
I’ve spent 20 years in the wine industry at this point, in virtually every aspect of the sales side: restaurants, distributors, marketing, and retail. Here’s what I‘ve learned..... Click here to continue reading!
2015 Brunello, a Truly Historic Vintage Published Monday, Mar 9, 2020
Brunello di Montalcino is easily one of the most collectible red wines. Some will even say that it is the finest wine made in Italy. One thing we do know..... Click here to continue reading!
WF1 Racing and Wine? Why Not? Published Thursday, Mar 5, 2020
The Fia Formula 1 Racing season is about to begin. Some of the fastest and best race cars ever created will be racing all over the world and..... Click here to continue reading!
What is that Wine? Published Thursday, Mar 5, 2020
Rioja. People ask for Rioja on a regular basis, but after talking to them, they rarely know exactly what they are getting. That is okay, we are here to bring you an in depth..... Click here to continue reading!
Wine Spotlight: 2015 Et Fille Willamette Pinot Noir Published Wednesday, Feb 26, 2020
When it comes to American wine regions, California has dominated the conversation.... Click here to continue reading!
Wine Spotlight: 2017 Loyo from Yolo Published Wednesday, Feb 26, 2020
The warm weather is right around the corner and when it comes to finding amazing quality white wine for the price, it can be difficult at times. Luckily, there are some gems out there that.... Click here to continue reading!
Movie Pairing: The Godfather Published Monday, Feb 24, 2020
A movie synopsis paired with Tenuta San Guido’s 2015 Sassicaia. Some of the best American movies are “mafia movies”. There may not be any as popular.... Click here to continue reading!
The 3 Wines to Drink With Your Next Netflix Binge Published Friday, Feb 21, 2020
It seems like every week there are a handful of shows and movies that you can get caught up in released on Netflix. Whether it is a new.... Click here to continue reading!
Wine Spotlight: 2012 Casa Raia Brunello di Montalcino Published Thursday, Feb 20, 2020
Montalcino is a hot spot for some of the biggest names in Italy when it comes to collectible wines, especially Brunellos. To find great value though, you have to dig for a great producer.... Click here to continue reading!
Wine Spotlight: 2015 Bodegas Olarra Summa Rioja Published Thursday, Feb 20, 2020
Bodegas Olarra is known for their wine making ability as much as they’re known for their passion for architecture. The same innovative mentality they use to design and build these pieces of architectural art, they apply to their wines.... Click here to continue reading!
Wine Spotlight: 2011 Giacomo Borgogno & Figli Barolo Liste Published Wednesday, Feb 19, 2020
Barolo is one of the oldest regions in the world, and within that region, there is no producer that has more of a historical presence than Giacomo Borgogno & Figli.... Click here to continue reading!
Wine Spotlight: 2011 Alleromb Scarline Cabernet Published Wednesday, Feb 19, 2020
Aryn Morell, a Washington State native, was on a mission in the wine business. After college he went onto making wine in Napa Valley where he was able to get 90+ point ratings... Click here to continue reading!
2017 Vintage Port Report Published Friday, Feb 14, 2020
Vintage is absolutely everything when it comes to producing Port. There are grapes grown every year, but there are specific vintages when wineries see an uptick in quality at time of harvest and then declare a vintage. They then produce a wine... Click here to continue reading!
Five Insane Wines Under $20! Published Tuesday, Feb 11, 2020
Finding wines that really over deliver at a reasonable price can be difficult, but there are some ways that you can pick out a wine like a professional and be confident that it will drink better than what you paid for... Click here to continue reading!
A Perfect Pairing: Sushi Published Tuesday, Feb 11, 2020
When going out to eat, having the perfect wine to go with your food can make a good dinner great! Today we talk about different wines that go well with everything Sushi... Click here to continue reading!
What Is That Wine? Published Tuesday, Feb 11, 2020
Barbaresco. There is no question that the best of the best of Nebbiolo is grown in the Langhe, nestled in Piedmont, Italy. As we look a little close though... Click here to continue reading!