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A Refreshing, Dry White from Napa Valley

Most of you know the story of Robert Mondavi’s trip to France’s Loire Valley, where he fell in love with the wines of Pouilly-Fumé....

A Go-To Red for Fall Fare

I was telling my wife last night: "I would bet a tidy sum that I could identify a classic Rioja red tasting blindly." There’s...

A Bottle Full of Surprises

For years we’ve read about Trebbiano being an innocuous grape, devoid of character, the grape of endless Italian “biancos” from all over the country....

Put Your Faith in This Fascinating Wine

Many of you are familiar with the bargain rosé produced by Mulderbosch Vineyards of South Africa. But among their other releases is a fascinating...

A Red That’s Sure to Tickle Your Taste Buds

Tempranillo is the truly great indigenous red grape of Spain. Also known as Cencibel, Ull de Llebre and Tinta del Pais, it shines in...

A Wine Best Served Cold

I believe that Sicily is in contention for the most exciting wines being produced since the dawn of the 21st century. Sicily is being...

An ‘Elbow-Bending’ Cab Sauv

So many red wines are proud of being “impenetrable" these days. You know what I mean: thick, opaque, mouth-numbingly challenging to enjoy. Don’t misunderstand,...

A Sumptuous Italian Red

Today’s wine is “Lucente,” the second label of the "Luce Delle Vite" estate. “Luce" is an expensive, no-holds-barred “super Tuscan,” with grapes grown high...

Bring This Red to Your Next Cookout

Europe was dancing in its cellars in 2015 – across the continent, from Germany to Sicily, healthy harvests prevailed. Portugal, after so-so years from...

Beat the Heat with Rosé

After three recent 100-degree days, it seems another good rosé is needed – and fast! Rosés flood today’s market, and they are not all...