Wine Legacy

1-800-677-8980 80 Newtown Plaza
Plainview, NY 11803
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Overview As experienced online wine merchants, Wine Legacy knows many wine lovers who find it difficult to remember the name of that outstanding wine they had at a restaurant or tried at a recent social gathering. Have you ever walked into your local liquor store and asked the salesperson for a wine recommendation, only to be offered whatever might be on sale? Selecting and purchasing wine can be quite confusing, considering there are thousands of different vineyards producing similar styles of wines (Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Shiraz), each of which may taste completely different. At Wine Legacy, our mission is to make it easy for you to buy wine online and to enjoy premium quality wines shipped right to your doorstep or gift recipient. Wines Offered for Online Wine Purchasing It’s easy to buy wine online from Wine Legacy. We bring you a hand-picked selection of Highlighted Wines, from Sonoma County red wines to white wines from Chile, that changes up to 3 times per month. We also try to carry Read more »

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  • California’s Livermore Valley is entwined with the legacy of winemaking genius Carl H. Wente. He was among the first to harness Livermore’s unique geographical orientation and terroir for quality grape growing and winemaking. The region and its gravely soils run from east to west; an exceptional position that draws bay breezes and fog in a direc... Read More

    From the article New World Wine Secrets: Murrieta's Well


  • Peter Mondavi (Sr.) just passed. Here's a quick overview of the events and import of his life in the Napa wine industry.A very different person and legacy than his brother, Robert. Maybe that's why I still continue to choose and drink Charles Krug cab (and other varietals)  with less compunction than I now do with the Mondavi labels... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Peter Mondavi, RIP


  • I agree that the wine is not (likely) counterfeit, although it's not (ever) the makers who counterfeit--it's someone else. That's what makes it counterfeit.  Surely as the sleuth you understand it wasn't DRC that counterfeited their wine, or Ponsot, or any other manufacturer.  It was Rudi.  And "Hardy Rodenstock," and a lot of other people.  The... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Same Wine, Different Labels


  • Anyone care to play a little sleuthing game? Why are these labels different for the same wine?With all the fake wine out there these days, especially in Burgundy and Bordeaux, folks are a little anxious about Rudy era bottles.   Read More

    Forum post in the topic Same Wine, Different Labels


  • I used to drink the St. Clement Vineyards cabs and chards pretty frequently, starting some time after William Casey bought them, but for some reason stopped doing so around the millenium. No conscious reason, just got caught up elsewhere, and I was happy with many of the bottles I'd had earlier, even if I don't remember any Oroppas. Found them r... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?


  • Not sure where self-serving enters into it. I have no problem with CT as a digital aggregation play. At all. I just think people who don't know how a wine plays out over time also don't have much of value to say about 'drinking windows', and so anyone who quotes those windows is quoting very iffy (at best) info.Crowd sourced evaluations of somet... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekend Wines


  • Emark - quite the opus! And you forgot our friends Zuf and Dmucker!But Becky -I think my prejudice stems from the practice of so many US vintners who beat their wines to death with oak staves.. That is partly true, but not in all cases and sometimes it's just more apparent because the wines are consumed so young. Coincidentally I'm doing a tasti... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • So happy to be amongst fellow oenophiles! I am a freelance copywriter, writing in the food, wine, and spirits industry.I am here to share my personal enthusiasm for wines, not for professional reasons.I live in Fargo, North Dakota, USA, where no one grows wine grapes to produce actual wine. I am just slightly better informed than a complete novi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • The Rhône holds a large piece of my heart for one big, unctuous reason: the Viognier grape. She’s the first white grape I ever loved. Viognier braved near-extinction and now enjoys an effusive existence in so many wine glasses worldwide. From the classic Condrieu varietal bottlings to red blend cameo appearances, Viognier’s oily bits of succulen... Read More

    From the article Back to the Rhone's Future


  • I first encountered Serbian wines two years ago at the Balkans International Wine Competition. My discovery was about more than some new, exciting wines; it was also about a renaissance of vineyards, varieties and heritage. Over the last fifteen years, as Serbia began gathering its wits after Yugoslavia’s crack-up, winemakers have been ratchetin... Read More

    From the article Considering the Wines of Serbia


  • They are the only one I could find that sold my wine in the U.S.

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  • I found the wine I wanted, but the shipping was more expensive than the wine! Crazy.

    Comment by 157998Montague 157998 Montague


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