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Carmenere? Definitely - this is no mistake! Our latest exciting episode pays homage to National Carmenere Day, one that we should all celebrate...

More than one winemaker has shared with me a piece of advice they were told when starting their wineries. "Making wine is easy, selling wine is not" is what I...

Oh, beautiful Beaujolais! This intriguing region cultivates only Gamay (the vast majority of plantings) and Chardonnay grapes within 12 areas: 10 very special Crus plus Beaujolais and Beaujolais Villages. In...

On a recent virtual tasting, I met four people who are continuing their family traditions by working in the family winery. But what stood out was that all four people...

It's time to talk Tempranillo, Spain's #1 red grape and the 4th most planted grape in the world! Allison, Christine and Cindy chose three delicious examples of this fascinating wine...

We typically are told to aged our red wines but a well-made Chardonnay can also be aged. I enjoyed the beauty of aged Chardonnay through a vertical tasting of Landmark...