• Zinfandel Tasted October 2010

    A round-up of currently available wines that were recently tasted. Reviews on 28 wines included.


  • The Best Zinfandel

    I am always excited to taste through a new crop of Zinfandel. Year in and year out, these wines are some of my favorite wines coming from California. When...


  • 1990 Barolo

    I met with one of my tasting groups recently, a group of certifiable Nebbiolo addicts, and we put together a tasting that turned into a flight of wines from...


  • Sauvignon Blanc - Top Wines

    Sauvignon Blanc, has played second, and even third fiddle in the wine world for years. With the emergence of great Sauvignon Blanc from both the old and new...


  • Sauvignon Blanc Tasted October 2010

    A round-up of currently available wines that were recently tasted. Reviews on 21 wines included.


  • Serralunga - Barolo 2006

    If any of Barolo's communes could make the most of the powerful, dense character of the 2006 vintage it was Serralunga. Historically the home to the most...


  • Chateau Ste. Michelle - My Chateau

    Change is in the air. The seasons are shifting, and with it our dining (and drinking!) habits. While we can still embrace the last appearance of summer...


  • Wine Country - Italy

    Traveling in the wine business can be hard work. No, really. You spend more time in a car and in cellars than you do outdoors, and in some places being...


  • October's Top 10 under $20

    With new selections on our wine shelves every day it's sometimes tough to keep up, but truth is, there has never been a better time to be a wine lover. There...


  • Monforte d'Alba - Barolo 2006

    If one looks to Castiglione, as I did last week, for indications regarding the overall quality of a vintage, then one can look to Monforte for signs of the...


  • 7 Great Gruners

    Gruner Veltliner, not long ago the darling of wine lovers everywhere, has seemingly been replaced this year by wines that are even more difficult to...


  • All About Albarino

    Well, the weather has certainly begun to change, and while many folks are making the transition to autumn reds, I’m holding onto the last vestiges of...


  • Barolo's Best Kept Secret

    Having recently returned from my annual participation in the grand trade tasting formerly known as the Alba Wine Exhibition, and now known as Nebbiolo Prima,...


  • Great Whites of Sonoma

    While Sonoma is well known for red wines -- just think of all the Dry Creek Zinfandels, Alexander Valley Cabernets, and Russian River Pinots that we’ve...


  • 2007 Bordeaux: The Left Bank

    I've gotten a lot of flack for some of my opinions about these 2007 Bordeaux. While there certainly are many poor 2007s, the vintage is not a complete...


  • Tuscany: Behind the Producers

    Now that you know about where comes from and how it is made, you’re probably anxious to taste some of it for yourself. But since Tuscan wines can be tricky...


  • Wine 101: Corkage [Infographic]

    What you can expect for your corkage fee.


  • Sonoma Zinfandel

    When I think of Sonoma, my thoughts naturally drift off to the great wines that so many of us enjoy. Pinot Noir has become somewhat of a poster child for...


  • 2007 Bordeaux - The Right Bank

    The trend over the past decade or so in Bordeaux (and around the globe) has been towards bigger, darker, fruitier wines. There have been many means to this...


  • Sud de France

    Amidst the varied terrain you can find outstanding vineyards for red wines -- from rich and round Grenache, to characterful Mourvedre, Carignan and Cinsault...


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