Yes, we blend! And in the Côtes du Rhône that usually means Continue reading
Italy has a long tradition of fermenting wine in clay vessels, particularly in the northern part of the country. Known as anfore, orci or giare, they stacked and traveled well in the days before oak barrels. Continue reading
#MerlotMe with meatloaf! How could it take us so long to try this combination? Continue reading
Summer in a glass. More than any other wine — that’s what people say about sauvignon blanc.
It truly is an ideal wine for summer: it embodies summer fresh scents of citrus, grass, and white stone fruit, and it pairs so well with summery foods like salads, vegetables, and goat cheese.
That definitely goes for sauvignon blanc from the Loire River Valley, Continue reading