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Wine of the Week – Antonelli Montefalco Sagrantino 2012 -$40

Treat yourself this summer to one of the truly great wines of Montefalco, made exclusively from Sagrantino grapes, Antonelli Montefalco Sagrantino 2012-$40. This is a powerful wine with rich, complex flavors of wild berries and aromatic herbs with hints of ...

Wine of the Week – Perticaia Montefalco Rosso D.O.C. 2014 $24.00

Summer is here and the most likely gathering place is at the backyard grill or on the patio's outdoor kitchen. Popping corks of chilled bubbly or sparkling rose are typically the order of the day, but I'd like to share ...

Wine of the Week – 1000 Stories Gold Rush Red 2016 - $19.99

Share the big, bold spirit of the California Gold Rush in this seasonal wine that is just for summer. 100 Stories Gold Rush Red 2016 is under $20 (listed at $19.99-it's also been selling online for as low as $15.99), ...

Maison Dupuy Bistreaux Restaurant Pairs Delicious Cuisine with Selby Wines

Maison Dupuy Executive Chef Matt Regan created an exquisite pairing of Bistreaux Restaurant's superlative cuisine with the exceptional wines of Selby Winery of Healdsburg, Sonoma County, California. Maison Dupuy is the boutique hotel located in the quaint, residential section of ...

Wine of the Week: Navarra wines, Spain’s best kept secret arrives for summer

Summer season's most intriguing wines come from one of Spain's undiscovered areas: Navarra. Located in the north of Spain just north of Madrid, its provincial capital is Pamplona, made famous by the Ernest Hemingway novel "The Sun Also Rises" and ...

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For Greece to be one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world and the first to introduce wine and winemaking to most of Europe, it is mind-boggling how little today's wine drinking public is familiar with wines from ...

In Praise of Greek Wine-Greek Wine Producers In U.S. Tour with New summer Wines

For Greece to be one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world and the first to introduce wine and winemaking to most of Europe, it is mind-boggling how little today's wine drinking public is familiar with wines from ...

Wine of the Week: Grgich Estate Posip - $23

One of Napa Valley's most famous winemakers, Mike Grgich, founder of Grgich Hills Estate and credited with creating the wine that won the Paris Competition in 1974, which put California wine on the map, has reached back to his cultural ...

Wine of the Week: Frescobaldi Remole 2016 from Tuscany - $9.99

The recent Food Network South Beach Food and Wine Festival was a showcase for some of the world's greatest wines and an opportunity for members of the public to taste the newest wines to come to their favorite wine shop ...

Wine of the Week: Simply Italian Great Wines Americas Tour 2018

The much anticipated Simply Italian Great Wines Americas Tour 2018 descended on Downtown Miami's architecturally stunning Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts to present a symphony of wine aromas and flavors from Italy's great winemakers, who were on hand ...

5 Awesome Wine Vacation Destinations

If you know your pinot grigio from your chardonnay, why not consider going on a wine vacation? Not only will you be able to sample fine wines at their place of origin, but you can also do some traveling and ...

2018 BRINGS THE WORLD'S FIRST FRANCO-JAPANESE SAKE, HEAVENSAKE

One of the world's oldest alcoholic beverages takes a dramatic new form in the New Year of 2018. HEAVENSAKE, the first Franco-Japanese sake brand of its kind will come to the US. This innovative marriage combines the Champagne making expertise ...

Wine of the Week – Line39 Excursion Red Blend 2016

The smell of fall leaves burning in the distance might inspire one last foray on the backyard grill, with Hickory Smoked Ribs in a hot/sweet Texas Chili Sauce, Rosemary Lamb, Sausage Pizza or Jumbo Quail marinated in Ghost Peppers and ...

Wine of the Week: Freixenet Casa Sala

Much has been written about comparisons between French Champagne and Spanish Cavas, their word for sparkling wines.

Wine of the Week: Hail Niro! Pecorino Wine from Abruzzo, Italy ($18)

A terrific wine for under $20 that is an expression of everything that the indigenous grapes of central Italy are all about. Niro Pecorino 2014 is made from the Pecorino grape; an ancient, native grape that is so named because ...