- The White Burgundies of Louis Jadot from the Challenging 2018 Vintage October 8, 2021
- The Wines of Aivalis of Nemea October 7, 2021
- Hanzell Vineyards: Sonoma’s Historic Chardonnay Winery October 5, 2021
- Ernest Hemingway, Pliny the Elder, Julia Child, Pope John XXIII & Others on Wine October 2, 2021
- Dinner and Wine at Primo on Maine’s Atlantic Coast October 1, 2021
- Bodegas Ochoa of Navarra: Current Releases September 27, 2021
- Kistler Chardonnay: A Review of the 2018 Portfolio September 21, 2021
- Value Wines from Argentina, Chile, Spain and California September 14, 2021
- The Sonoma Coast Pinot Noirs of Ross Cobb: The 2018 Vintage September 7, 2021
- Passionate About Grenache September 4, 2021
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David Lake (1943-2009) was one of the most influential pioneers in the history of the Washington State wine industry. He is credited with producing Washington State’s first vineyard-designated wines as well as the state’s first Syrah.
Inama is revered as one of the top producers of high quality Soave. Our reviews at the bottom of this article show why. We recently visited Stefano Inama at his winery to find out how he makes such superb wines. … Continue reading
In the year 2000, Swiss businessman and ardent environmentalist Hansjörg Wyss purchased 960 acres of the historic MacGillivray located on Adelaida Road, about 11 miles west of Paso Robles and just 14 miles from the Pacific. He renamed it Halter … Continue reading
Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon, Louis Roederer’s Chef de Caves, came to Washington, DC, last week. We spent an hour talking with him about Champagne before we all sat down to a Champagne luncheon in his honor hosted by Maisons Marques & Domaines. … Continue reading