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  • There’s nothing like a vineyard owned by generations of the same family; or is there? The Globe and Mail wine reporter Beppi Crosariol tackled the theory this past week as some of Europe’s greatest wine families met in Toronto for an upper-crust wine tasting.  “Do families make better wines? It’s a romantic notion and one that mom and pop produc... Read More

    From the article Canadian Paper Explores Legacies of Family-Owned Vineyards


  • Hey NapaloverThat Spain trip sounds like fun. I'm just a beer guy, but my wife likes cream sherry. She was buying rot gut supermarket shelf bottles and I'm putting a stop to that. There's not much sherry available in St. Petersburg, Florida, so I ordered a few imported bottles through ABC wines and spirits to try. A night and day difference. I s... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Spain Trip (Jerez Sherry)


  • After several years of a downright wintry Chinese wine market, the emerging producer is poised for a comeback. “The head of the world's largest wine and spirits exhibition, Vinexpo, predicts China's wine market will grow in 2015 after being hit by an anti-graft clampdown,” Yahoo Australia's Finance section reported last week. The result of this ... Read More

    From the article Vinexpo: China, Turn That Frown Upside Down!


  • There are dozens of sparkling wines made around the world – Champagne (probably the most well-known) and another 20 or so similar wines made in France; Cava made in Spain; Portuguese Espumante; Spumante and four more Italian sparklers; Sekt made in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic; Russian Sovetskoye Shampanskoye; Cap Classique from South... Read More

    From the article The Low-Down on Cava


  • There are countless delicious wines you could enjoy with your Valentine this year, but this special holiday calls for more than just outstanding. You need a wine that tells a tale; one preferably told over a candle-lit dinner. With this in mind, here are ten terrific Valentine’s Day bottles that provide intrinsically romantic stories -- in addit... Read More

    From the article 10 Storytelling Wines for Valentine's Day


  • With non-alcoholic wines, spirits and beers surging to the top of industry headlines, the New York Post decided to rate representatives from each of these categories in an article this past month. “One of the hottest areas in the drinking world is alcohol-free tipples: Sales of non alcoholic wine in the US jumped 5.6 percent to nearly $100 milli... Read More

    From the article Hold the Booze: New York Post Rates Non-Alcoholic Wines


  • The French are the superior wine producers, but the British don't mind floating the cost. The Financial Times is reporting that Britons will spend more on wine in the next four years than the French, according to a recent study by Vinexpo and the International Wine and Spirits Record.  “British wine lovers are set to outspend their French counte... Read More

    From the article Tally-Ho! British To Track Down, Surpass French In Wine Spending


  • Port wine. Is it what your granny might drink? Well one of the many charms of Port is that the last bottle I tasted was harvested, vinified and put in a barrel way before my granny (may she rest in peace) was even born. Actually, I’m not sure my great-great grandmother was born either. To find out would require referencing some very stuffy, dust... Read More

    From the article Port Wine Brings You Closer to Christmas Past


  • The heyday of wine's hidden calories may be coming to an end in the United Kingdom.This past week the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) released the results of a survey in which participants indicated they'd like to see calorie labels on wines and spirits.Augmented labeling information means consumers will have better tools to make their qu... Read More

    From the article British Survey Says Wine Consumers Want Calorie Labels


  • Bordeaux gets a bad rap for several reasons. the top wines are ridiculously expensive. They also require significant time in the cellar to really show their stuff, and the style of these wines has changed over the years, becoming bolder, riper, and to many palates both less fresh and less complex. That’s the problem with expensive Bordeaux, but ... Read More

    From the article Values in Bordeaux?


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