A relative newcomer to the region pushes the boundaries of quality Riesling.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Italy’s beautiful Ligurian coast (think Cinque Terre) is home to one of country’s most delicious white wines.
Some of the finest Sauvignon Blanc in the world is produced in Sonoma today.
On a warm summer evening, few wines are as a satisfying an Austrian Riesling.
A wine that has gone from being nearly forgotten to become a go-to for seafood and warm summer evenings.
Australia’s Clare Valley produces world-class dry Riesling.
Their magnificent Malbecs helped put Argentina on the map for wine drinkers. But in the last few years, Bodegas Catena Zapata’s Chardonnays are emphatically resetting people’s expectations for grape in Argentina.
Mind blowing Pinot Grigio sounds like an oxymoron, and admittedly the best aren’t easy to track down at most wine stores, but the search is worth it.
New wave Australian Chardonnay has come to save the day!
A little known grape, Godello’s charm has won over a new generation of Spanish winemakers and many sommeliers.
Easy drinking, crowd-pleasing white wine for $12.
Cabernet Franc may not be the trendiest grape but it’s hot in the Finger Lakes.
Looking for a new food friendly Pinot Noir?
Looking for a light and juicy red to pair with dinner? Look no further than this classic Mencía!
A rebel strikes out on their own and helps to redefine what we think of as Californian wine.
When was the last time you had a California Zinfandel blend that was so bright and fresh it left your mouthwatering?
Typically there’s very little to get excited about basic Valpolicella, this one is an exception!
Not your dad’s style of California Zinfandel.
Give traditional Rioja a swirl the next time you’re craving an Old World red.
Chile’s signature grape, Carménère, doesn’t often get a lot of love in the US, but it’s super food-friendly and often a great value.
Not all rosés are super fruity and that’s a good thing when pairing with food.
In the pantheon of French rosés, no appellation ranks higher in fame and reverence than Bandol.
A wine born from the desire to demonstrate the remarkable potential of the Finger Lakes.
A rising star is helping to draw international attention to the Finger Lakes wine region.
We couldn’t resist this classic Provençal Rosé producer’s new top wine.
Look to a pioneer of the Finger Lakes for some of the finest American sparkling wines.
What’s more fun than a super gulpable and thirst-quenching semi-sparkling wine?!
Hard cider is more than a fall delight.
There’s a world of difference between ‘good’ Cava and the cheap commodity Cava lining your local supermarket’s shelves.
Have you been looking for a ‘go to’ sparkling wine for your next celebration or even just the end to a long work day, your search is over!
‘Grower Champagne’ used to be only for the cool kids, but the last 10 years has brought these remarkable wines into the mainstream.