Albariño

Summer Whites Series – Albariño

It's impossible not to recognize the remarkable ascent of Spanish whites in the last few decades, with Albariño being one of them. Like Pinot...
Pruning the Vines

Pruning the Vines at Cliff Lede Vineyards

This great video was filmed by our business partner, Cliff Lede Vineyards. Their Director of Viticulture and Winemaking, Remi Cohen, demonstrates how the vines...
Wine of the Week: Vidal Blanc

Wine of the Week: Vidal Blanc

Today’s Wine of the Week series is dedicated to a member of the hybrid family: Vidal Blanc, also known as Vidal 256 or simply...
Wine of the Week: Madeira

Wine of the Week: Madeira

Which wine was used to toast the Declaration of Independence? Which wine was served at the first Presidential inauguration? Which wine was a favorite...
Region of the Week: Austria

Region of the Week: Austria

Last week’s Wine of the Week was dedicated to the darling of Austrian wines, Grüner Veltliner. So today we naturally decided to get to know this...
Secret Wines

5 Wine Varietals You’ve Never Heard of Before but Need to Try Now

Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot… these wines may be some of the most widely recognized in America, but are they the best? That’s...
Virginia

Region of the Week: Virginia

Although Virginia is overshadowed by other regions – namely California, Washington, or Oregon – the state is quickly becoming the next big US wine...
Mexico and wine

Region of the Week: Mexico

Grito de Dolores, or Mexico’s Independence Day, is celebrated on September 16, and it’s the occasion for us to focus on this fascinating country....
New York City

NYC Wine and Food Festival

The NYC Wine and Food Festival is an event that’s always worth mentioning. This event is much more than a gathering of celebrities and...
Wine of the Week: Camaralet

Wine of the Week: Camaralet

For today’s Wine of the Week, we decided to pay tribute to a grape variety on the verge of extinction. Camaralet de Lassaube, or...