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  • Visiting Gavalas

    Gavalas is a family winery on Santorini making wine on the island since the end of the 19th century. Their quaint winery doesn’t seem to have evolved much...


  • Top 10 North Fork Wines

    2007 Paumanok Merlot ($24) – On the nose this wine was darker than the 2005, with ripe crushed strawberry and hints of mocha. On the palate, it was...


  • Channing Daughters Winery

    Channing Daughters, located on the South Fork, provided me with one of the most unique yet enjoyable tastings during my time out on the Island. The wines are...


  • Long Island Wines

    When people think of wine in the United States, their initial thoughts turn to California. Of course, California’s winemaking history goes back more than...


  • Paumanok Vineyards

    On my first visit to the North Fork, over five years ago, Paumanok was the winery that stood out the most. It also happens to be the most widely recommended...


  • One Woman Wines

    There’s a lot of buzz surrounding One Woman Wines. For one thing, the wines are excellent. However, what they also have, is a story behind them that we can...


  • Lenz Winery

    Tasting in the cellar of Lenz Winery with winemaker Eric Fry was a perfect testament to just how committed this winery is to producing world class wines. As...


  • Shinn Estate Vineyards

    Going to Shinn Estate Vineyards was somehow like coming home after months abroad. Five years ago, I signed up for Shinn’s e-mail blog, which has ever since...


  • Form Meets Function

    Sometimes cutting edge style leads function, but other times, it is dictated by it. Regions such as Italy's Alto Adige have such long histories that adapting...


  • Family-run Winemaking in Piedmont

    I am fortunate to have spent more than my fair share of time tasting and talking with Luca Currado. Luca, as you may know, is the winemaker of Piedmont’s...


  • Vietti Tasting

    2010 Roero Arneis: A little yeasty on the nose with apple, apricot and floral tones. A touch of spritz upon opening, this is lively and really fresh with...


  • Cool-Climate Wines from California

    Greg La Follette. It’s a name you might know and if you’re a fan of California wine, it’s a name you should know. Greg has spent time developing and...


  • Pioneering Winemaking in Oregon

    Brooks Wines, and in particular its late founder, Jimi Brooks, have together had a profound impact on the Oregon wine scene. He was a native Oregonian who...


  • Bonarda: The Other Argentine Wine

    Talk long enough about Bonarda and you'll hear all the keywords of ill-repute. High yield. Simple. Jug. Bulk. Once Argentina's most widely planted variety...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • Malbec in Argentina

    There's this moment -- it happens after you've looked out the window for too long -- when you realize the clouds aren't clouds, they're the Andes. Giant,...


  • Stoller Virtual Tasting Reminder

    Join me - Gregory Dal Piaz - and longtime Stoller Vineyards winemaker Melissa Burr for an exciting hour of virtual tasting! We'll be discussing clones, and...


  • David McDuff at I Clivi

    At the top of a hill in Corno di Rosazzo, just steps across the border from the Collio into the Colli Orientali del Friuli zone, lies the estate known as I...


  • Sonoma: Events in January

    January is filled with great Sonoma events, and great chances to meet with some of your favorite winemakers as they share their unique insights about the...


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