Wine By The Bay

305. 455.9791 888 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33132
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After years of running a successful contemporary art gallery, Stefano Campanini couldn't shake the feeling that something was missing. While many people enjoy contemporary art, even more people enjoy drinking wine while looking at art or drinking wine while looking at wine. Through this realization and with the aid of other enophiles with wine-business savvy, Stefano merged his passions for art and wine under the moniker Wine by the Bay, located downtown.

“I am looking forward to offering something that everyone enjoys and in an environment where the art can be appreciated by many and in an unintimidating way," Campanini says of the new, modern, 1,200-square-foot fine-wine and art boutique with terrace views of Biscayne Bay and a steady rotation of exhibitions. "At art openings, wine is like a sideshow, but now, it will take center stage."

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  • I’m kicking off this year's series on value wines by taking a look at one the regions least commonly associated with value: Bordeaux. Now that’s not because Bordeaux doesn't offer value, it’s just that their value wines get little attention from the media. I’m not sure why that is. Why the big names glom all of the media’s attention. I think bac... Read More

    From the article Bordeaux under $15


  • Chateau Roc de Minvielle 2010

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    Soft on the nose with a delicate raspberry tone woven together with subtle hints of caramel, wood smoke and dried bay leaf. On entry this comes off as decidedly fruity in a classic Bordeaux style. Raspberry fruit is followed by red currant and an attractive hint of minerality and old wood. The texture is supple without being soft, supported by ... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Hey Guys,Looking for a new fine cheese delivery company.  Any suggestions.  We usually get a delivery from Amazing Clubs, Chesse of the month club but they have just lost all good selections.  Sorry for sounding so cheesy...  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Reliable/Relatively...


  • Liver what? It’s that great wine region you’ve never heard of. Less than an hour from San Francisco. A growing wine scene based on a century and a half of history. Great climate, friendly people, tasting rooms that are not filled to capacity with people you don’t want to be rubbing shoulders with. You know, one of those regions that is truly up ... Read More

    From the article Looking at Livermore


  • Some wineries are located away from the grapes.  They might even be in cities, like the members of the East Bay Vintner's Alliance.  Who knows what yeast strains the "natural" yeasts would compete with?  Do we insist (other than with sourdough bread) that the yeast be "wild" or "native" when we buy bread or beer?  Of course not.  It's dang ingre... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Significance of "wild...


  • I am planning to make a recipe that suggests wild ferment sauv blanc as a wine pairing. I loosely get the concept of wild fermentation but I don't really understand how that would translate into a different wine (and, consequently, a different pairing). I'd love to hear any feedback you guys have.I guess it would be great to do some research and... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Significance of "wild...


  • Hi, I am an accidental wine enthusiast. As part of a major remodeling project including our family room I revived my interest and enjoyment of wine. Our family room was redone using dark hickory planking and the room has a short wall next to our fireplace. This wall has always presented a challenge to make use of the space. I researched and sear... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Accidental Wine Entusiast


  • If you look around, you can find Matt Cline's 3Wines old vine wines for pretty cheap.  I think they are a great way to keep these vineyards around, drink really good wine for cheap (not quite up there with Bedrock, but some of his grapes come from the same places as Turley's pricier Zins and way over-deliver) and you get some sense of how these ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Old California Vines


  • Our friend, Outthere, has made us aware of the Historic Vineyard Society, and I, personally, have enjoyed reading about his experiences with the society, and his interactions with some of the producers who source from these vineyards.  Yesterday, Mrs. Emark handed me an article entitled "The Battle for America's Oldest Vines" that she had clippe... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Old California Vines


  • As I sit here trying to come to some conclusion it occurs to me that perhaps I am going about this all wrong. I amafter all a wine snob. Yes, it’s true, I am biased and I know it. I am first and foremost a red wine drinkerso when I think of the best regions my thoughts automatically run towards things like Nebbiolo and Piedmont, PinotNoir and Bu... Read More

    From the article Region of the Year 2013


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