The Sake Breakdown

May 24, 2018
Get up to Speed on Sake and Discover one of Japan’s oldest and highest quality Sake Producers: Hakutsuru I’m a wine person. Despite this, I can admit that I may have somewhat put sake on the back burner when it comes to getting my knowledge up to snuff.  So, I want to know…what do I [...] Read More

Apothic Brew: Red Wine Infused with Cold Brew Coffee

May 17, 2018

New red wine coffee seen on EliteDaily, Cosmopolitan, Thrillist, Babble, Daily Mail, and Refinery29.

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2018 Bud Break

May 10, 2018

Budbreak is the ‘birth’ of the new season. The buds are furry, oddly colored, and like a newborn baby, have no resemblance to what they will look like in maturity.

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The New Sicily Couldn’t Be Much Older

May 08, 2018

For centuries, Sicily was the preferred stomping ground for practically any Mediterranean nation with an army.

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Niven Family: Innovating Since 1973

Apr 28, 2018

This is new world to the max, the Wild West; hyper focus on the Edna Valley.

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Berton Vineyard’s New Metal Labels

Apr 26, 2018

Forged from vineyards within the Limestone Coast, our Metal Label range takes standalone varietals to make something exceptional.

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Introducing Domaine de la Solitude, the Youngest 600-Year Old Wine Estate in Europe

Apr 21, 2018

East meets west, what’s old is new and everything that’s over starts again.

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Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc: The Zeal of New Zealand

Apr 12, 2018

In Marlborough today, there is barely a flat piece of land that hasn’t been taken over by vines. But it hasn’t always been this way.

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It’s All In The Family: A Family Business That Turned Into A Legacy For Fess Parker Wines

Apr 05, 2018

Driving north along the pastoral Foxen Canyon Wine Trail feels like traveling back to California’s early days. Rolling hills frame vast meadows, deer and wildlife roam free, and pristine landscapes stretch as far as the eye can see.

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Vineyards on Volcanoes

Apr 02, 2018

Welcome to I Custodi and the “Guild of Vigneri,” the resurrected mythical ancient order of “protectors” of Mt. Etna’s native culture dedicated to preserving the old ways with respect for both the mountain’s land and its’ (hard working) inhabitants.

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