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  • A Study in Soave

    Twelve miles east of Verona sits one of Italy’s most historically celebrated white wine regions. In 1931, Soave joined Chianti as the country’s first two areas recognized as delimited wine-producing regions. Today, Soave... Read More »
  • Truvée

    The newest offering, Truvée, from Diageo Chateau & Estates Wines and Robin and Andréa McBride is available nationwide this month. The line thus far includes a lightly oaked Chardonnay and a... Read More »
  • Behind The Wine Stick

    Offering wine on tap requires an investment in the technology, additional space for the kegs and training on using and maintaining the system. There’s also the risk that customers... Read More »
  • Bulgarian Rhapsody

    France and Italy have held the European wine spotlight for ages, along with Germany, Spain and Portugal. But several countries in the eastern part of the continent now aim... Read More »
  • Beso Del Sol White Sangria

    Arctic Beverage LLC and L&B, LLC have announced the launch of Beso Del Sol bag-in-the-box white sangria. The 100% natural sangria is made with 100% Airén grapes, which are... Read More »
  • The Best Wines of 2014

    Our national wine panel recommends wines throughout the year, typically by varietal or season, and provides brief tasting notes, ratings and the wine’s retail price (which varies from store... Read More »
  • Five Bordeaux Bargains

    Bordeaux doesn’t have to be expensive to be good. That was the theme of a recent press seminar and tasting a Planet Bordeaux event in New York. Burgundy expert... Read More »