The Mystical Role of Music in Winemaking

Do you hear that sound in the distance? It’s not the hills that are alive with the sound of music--it’s the...

Unicorn Wines

What on earth is a “unicorn” wine? It sounds like something made up after one too many glasses of Chablis at a Harry Potter...

South West Wines

From dry deserts to heavy amounts of snow, the climate of the Southwestern region of the United States is about as diverse as their...
Barolo, Italy

Wine of the Week: Barolo

Guess what? Truffle season is right around the corner! And when you talk about white truffles, you have to mention red Barolo. Today is...
The Northeast

Wine Nation Blog Series: Northeast Exploration

The Northeast is one of this country’s gems. History buffs can’t get enough of the area where most of the original colonies were settled....
Oxygen and Wine

Wine and Oxygen – A Love/Hate Relationship

Many factors are important to the evolution of wines as they age in the bottle. One of those factors is the introduction of very...
What gives wine its color?

What gives wine its color?

There is one thing that is of universal knowledge when it comes to wine: the three broad categories of wine are red, white and...
Spring Wines

Best wines to sip on this Spring

The last few days have been warm and breezy, and both the blossoming trees and extended dusk announce that spring is (finally!) here. With the arrival...
Iconic Wines

10 Iconic Wines for Every Collector

We've written about everything from our favorite wines, "Bucket List" wines, to California "cult wines" on the Coravin blog, but Forbes contributor Katie Kelly Bell recently wrote up the...

The amount of wine you need to drink to survive every Back-To-School parenting situation

Long gone are the days of screaming children at the pool, camps across town, and never ending streams of “Frozen.” It’s time to ship...