Wines Aged in Spirit Barrels

The 5 Best Wine Decanters to Buy Right Now

Italy – Discover the Primitivo Grape

The Wines of Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy

The Wines of Lombardia, Italy

Italy – The Wines of Liguria

Why Do You Age Red Wine But Not White Wine?

Wines for Christmas 2020

Wines for Thanksgiving 2020

Get Ready for the Holidays

Wine Intelligencer: What are Sulfites and Tannins?

The Wines of Abruzzo

The Wines of Sardinia

The Wines of Lazio

French Wine 101: Bordeaux

French Wine 101: Beaujolais

The Lagrein Grape, Another Italian Star

The Zinfandels of California

Virtual Tasting with the Iconic Robert Biale Vineyards

Virtual Day Trips to Wine Country!

Italy – The Wines of Tuscany

Italy – The Wines of Veneto

Event Spotlight: NYC Winter Wine and Food Festival

Cheese and Barbera Wine in Piedmont

Exploring Barolo Wine in Piedmont Italy

The Hunter Valley, New South Wales

Temecula Valley Wine Country

Wines for Christmas 2019

Wines for Hanukkah

The Margaret River Region, Western Australia

The Barossa Valley, South Australia

Thanksgiving 2019: The Wines You Should Bring

Wine Infused Chocolate: Best of Both Worlds

Petit Verdot – The Little Grape That Could

Wines to Pair with Tofu

Chateauneuf du Pape: Glorious Wine of Popes

Wines to Pair with Chicken

Wines to Pair with Fish

The History of Cabernet Franc

Fun Facts About Rosé

Featured Winery: Robibero Family Vineyards

Featured Winery: Pellegrini Vineyards

5 Great Reds for Winter

Featured Vineyard: Benmarl Winery

Baco Noir: The Hybrid Unicorn

The Favorite Wine(s) of the Romans

The Wines of Sicily

What Makes Barolo Red Wines So Great

The Piedmont Wine Region

Winter Food and Wine Pairings

Glühwein – A Top Pick for Wintertime

Where To Drink Wine in Saskatoon (the Paris of the Prairies)

The Tempranillo Grape

Wines for Christmas Dinner

Wines of Lebanon

Wines of Israel

Turkish Wine 101

Wines to Bring to a Hanukkah Party

Greek Wine 101

Wines for Thanksgiving

Wines of Macedonia

Provence: World Capital of Rosé

Who Knew About the Wineries in Kentucky?

Reims: Birthplace of Champagne

The Wines of Moldova

A Brief History of Rosé

Teroldego: a Spicy Italian Red

5 Affordable Red Wines for Fall 2018

3 Great Wine Regions You’ve Never Heard Of

So Many Italian Grapes!

Combating Counterfeit: A Movement to Protect Wine Regions

Why Winemakers Use French Oak Barrels

The Real Reason Rosé Is Pink

Featured Wine Region: Aragon, Spain

Featured Wine Region: Burgundy

Wine Region: Paso Robles

Featured Wine Region: Mendoza

Wine in Kegs!

Is Drinking Wine Healthy?

Oaked Vs. Unoaked Wines

3 Best Regions for Wine Values

Vineyard Spotlight: Bedell Cellars

When (and Why) to Decant Your Wine

What’s the Deal with Sulfites?

Winery Spotlight: Jamesport Vineyards

5 Great Wines to Bring to a Party

A Definitive Ranking of the World’s Best Red Wines

Top 9 Finger Lakes Wineries Loving Red Wine

Top 5 Most Expensive Bottles Of Wine Ever Sold

Wednesday, May 5th, 2021

Foods that Pair with Rosé
  Well, folks, the sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and you know what that means! It’s time to bring out the rosé!  Our favorite pink wine, also known as summer water, isn’t as simple as she may seem. Carefully crafted with the skins of red grapes, rosé is gorgeous and wonderful, and lovely - Read More
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Thursday, April 22nd, 2021

Wines Aged in Spirit Barrels
Barrel-aging is a key attribute to winemaking. It’s part of the process that is called élevage, which in French refers to maturing of flavors that happens during bottling and fermenting. Back in the 1600s, the barrel was actually used for storing and while we no longer need to store in the same way, we’ve gotten - Read More
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Thursday, March 25th, 2021

The 5 Best Wine Decanters to Buy Right Now
A fine wine is like a prime cut of meat. Sure, it’s beautiful on its own but with the right amount of love and care, it can be extraordinary! There are some wines that can be consumed straight out of the bottle and they are always welcome at our tables but there are others that - Read More
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Thursday, April 22nd, 2021

Wines Aged in Spirit Barrels
Barrel-aging is a key attribute to winemaking. It’s part of the process that is called élevage, which in French refers to maturing of flavors that happens during bottling and fermenting. Back in the 1600s, the barrel was actually used for storing and while we no longer need to store in the same way, we’ve gotten - Read More
Read more...

Thursday, March 25th, 2021

The 5 Best Wine Decanters to Buy Right Now
A fine wine is like a prime cut of meat. Sure, it’s beautiful on its own but with the right amount of love and care, it can be extraordinary! There are some wines that can be consumed straight out of the bottle and they are always welcome at our tables but there are others that - Read More
Read more...

Friday, March 12th, 2021

Italy – Discover the Primitivo Grape
If you’ve heard of Zinfandel, then you are aware (perhaps unknowingly) of its twin, Primitivo. Primitivo has been around for far longer but has gotten much less publicity than it’s fraternal counterpart, the Zin. Currently, the former resides in Puglia, Italy but it arrived there via Croatia somewhere in the 1700s. It went fairly unnoticed - Read More
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Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

The Wines of Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
We continue on our journey through Italy with a stop in the gorgeous region of Trentino-Alto Adige. This beautiful nook is the northernmost region in Italy, bordering Switzerland, Lichtenstein, and Austria.  Technically, it is composed of two provinces that have a complicated political history, but in 1919 Trentino (which was once part of Austria) became - Read More
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Thursday, February 11th, 2021

The Wines of Lombardia, Italy
Oh how we love Italian wines! There’s such a diverse variety among the regions of Italy and one of our favorites is Lombardy (Lombardia). This northern region is at the very top of the boot and is mostly inland, which is very different from some of the other popular regions like Tuscany which is coastal. - Read More
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Wednesday, January 27th, 2021

What is ABV and What are the Strongest Wines?
Have you ever noticed how some drinks hit you faster or give you a buzz where others don’t? Maybe you’re sensitive to shots of liquor but wine is much gentler, or you can throw back multiple beers but if you did it with mixed drinks, you’d be toast. This is because of the ABV, or - Read More
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