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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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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Pietro Ratti: He’s a Well-Respected Man

Nov 08, 2017

Director of Fine Wine Rob Griffin Delves into what makes Pietro of Renato Ratti Winery such a Progressive, Savvy Producer

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An Interview with David Tate

Oct 14, 2016

We spoke with David in mid-October 2016 to get an idea of what life is like for a winemaker during the busiest time of the year

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