Franck-Lin Dalle: The Rockstar of Rosé

Mar 22, 2018

Winemaker Franck-Lin Dalle talks to WW about the incredible man behind Campuget Estate’s post-WWII resurrection, the importance of doing what you like in life, and why so many young people are drinking rosé today.

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Golan Heights Winery: The Winery that put Wines from Israel on the Map

Mar 13, 2018

The Golan Heights winery markets brands under the Golan, Yarden, Mount Hermon and Gamla labels and is parent company to Galilee’s Galil Mountain Winery.

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A message from Orin Swift Winery

Mar 05, 2018

It’s hard to believe that this fall will be my twenty first harvest in the Napa Valley. Some of those vintages I remember fondly, others I’d like to forget.

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J. Lohr Estates: A Family Success Story, Thirty Vintages and Counting

Mar 01, 2018

For more than thirty years, the wines of J. Lohr Estates have been consumer favorites carefully crafted in a food-friendly, balanced style.

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Premium Port: Douro Deep, Mountain High

Feb 27, 2018

It often has been said, “Show me a great wine region and I’ll show you a river.” Portugal’s Douro River, one of the major waterways of the Iberian Peninsula, is a perfect example.

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Søren Axelsen and the Cabernet Corporation Back Story

Feb 22, 2018

Back in 1952 when 20-year old Søren Axelsen first left his native Denmark bound for a job in New York City, little did he realize he was embarking on a 50-year odyssey that ultimately would see him build a dynamic wine company with sales spread over three continents.

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Mont Marçal – A Cava Producer in Penedès with an interesting story and dedication to their craft

Feb 20, 2018

With Cava sales on the rise in the U.S. since the 1970s, it’s a good time to take a look at the story of Cava and what makes it such an unstoppable sparkling wine for consumers worldwide.

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Paco Yuste: More than a Sherry Merchant

Feb 13, 2018

Sanlúcar native Paco Yuste always has known where he was going and what he needed to do to get there. Determination is one of three-hundred pound Paco’s primary attributes. Physical presence is another. He is not a man one gets in the way of, nor is he one easily dissuaded from his path.

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Bordeaux: We Still Do It Better

Feb 08, 2018

Bordeaux is a tricky place. It’s big, spread out and full of way too many people making entirely too much wine. Piling on, the local food is spotty, downtown traffic sucks big time and parking can be more painful than a root canal.

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Feature Interview with Winemaker Ken Brown

Feb 01, 2018

A pioneer in Santa Barbara County, Ken Brown has been prolific throughout his 41-year career, working at Zaca Mesa Vineyards as the first winemaker, starting Byron Vineyard & Winery, and moving to small lot wines with his wife Deborah.

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