• Wines for the Cellar - Southern France

    The other week, I started picking through the great wines of France, highlighting the great cellarable wines of France that aspiring wine collectors should...


  • What We've Been Reading

    The Wine Mule: "Mule" has many meanings, and we're not sure if this blogger leans toward stubbornness or hybridity, but there's no argument that his...


  • A Visit to Cavit

    Yes, that Cavit. And what the hell am I doing writing about Cavit, you might ask? Well, the truth is, being a Trentino boy, there’s some hometown pride...


  • Two Top Tequilas

    Lunazul Tequila is a smooth, 100% blue agave tequila that tastes more expensive than it is. Lunazul Blanco: In general, the blanco variety of tequila can...


  • Tasting the Wines of Chile

    Join us -- that's Gregory Dal Piaz and Master Sommelier Fred Dexheimer -- as we taste some of the great wines of Chile, live and on the air on Wednesday,...


  • 7 Surprising Wines from Cavit

    NV Muller Thurgau Spumante: Very fruity on the nose with lots of peachy fruit topped with a touch of chamomile. With 8-10 grams of residual sugar this has a...


  • Tasting Scion: A Piece of History

    It’s rare to taste a wine that is over a century old. Rarer still is it to taste one that has been kept in the same place for 150 years and that comes from...


  • Join the Tea Party

    “I’m a tea guy,” says Chris Cason at the recent Coffee and Tea Festival in New York City. But for this demonstration, the Tavalon’s Tea Sommelier and...


  • The 7 Steps to Wine Geekdom

    We all have to start somewhere. Many of us start where it’s most easy, and that usually means sweet! There’s nothing wrong with starting on White Zin and...


  • Why We Should Drink Pinot Blanc

    It's the wild child of Pinot Noir. Yes, it’s true: Pinot Blanc, or Pinot Bianco in Italy, is actually a pigment-free mutation of Pinot Noir, and as such is...


  • What We've Been Reading

    The Feiring Line: Alice Feiring has made a name for herself as a somewhat controversial, straight-talking wine writer who calls them as she sees them. I...


  • 20 New Wines from Burgundy

    Burgundy is one of the most difficult wine-producing regions to wrap one’s head around. It has been called a minefield for decades and continues to present...


  • Top Values from Drouhin

    Joseph Drouhin is one of the finest négociants not only in Burgundy, but in the world. The family produces wines in classic négociant fashion, as well as...


  • Best Drinks for Oscar Night

    Oscar Night is coming up this Sunday, so we thought we'd make a toast (or 10) to the pick of the flicks. We've been inspired by our sister site Snooth's...


  • 8 More Popular Wine Questions Answered

    So, here we are back again with a few more common questions about wine. We all have them -- these came from a dear friend -- but sometimes we're just a bit...


  • 18 Wines to Buy Now: Bordeaux and Burgundy

    A few weeks ago I wrote an introduction to the great cellarable wines of France. Today, I want to begin to follow up on that topic, exploring where one might...


  • The Best of Bordeaux and Burgundy To Buy Today

    With so many great wines out there it is difficult to know most and impossible to know them all. What follows are wines from Bordeaux and Burgundy that I...


  • Churro Margarita

    February 22 is National Margarita Day, so of course we’re gonna have a margarita recipe this week. Sure, this isn’t a “traditional” margarita, but...


  • Wines to Make Your Movie Favorite A Winner

    The Oscars are here this week and instead of sitting idly by, why not get out there and support your favorite flick by opening the appropriate bottle of...


  • Focus: Spring Wine Sale

    During The California Wine Club’s Wine Sale, you can choose from hundreds of award-winning, limited-production wines, including smooth Cabernets, buttery...


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