French wines that won’t break the bank with Master of Wine Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan. Click here to watch the video.
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SPECIAL FEATURE: Located in the district of Maison sur Sevre, their vineyard stretches on 20 hectares, inherited from several generations of vinegrowers. Handed down from father to son since the 17th century, the estate is now the property of two brothers. Their parents certainly still have their say in the business and play a precious Continue Reading
SPECIAL FEATURE FOR FEBRUARY: After finishing his studies at the excellent viticultural college at Amboise, Patrick Vauvy took over the family’s vineyards back in 1991. Today the estate has 26 hectares of vines, including 13 of Sauvignon Blanc, 5 each of Gamay and Cabernet, and a little Chardonnay and Cot. Set above the banks of Continue Reading
This month we’re showcasing our Paul de Coste Rose. It’s delicious all year round, but it’s especially perfect for Valentine’s day! One can purchase this wine all throughout the city and New York region. Enjoy and tell all of your friends!
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Please join our Grand Portfolio Tasting as we are proud to welcome some talented and prestigious winemakers. We will taste over 200 wines from France and California. Our award-winning producers include Ms. Brigitte Rullier of Chateau Dalem, Mr. Christophe Davault of Domaine de la Chaise, Mr. Jean Luc Olivier of Domaine de la Grenaudiere, Mr. Michel Delanoue Continue Reading
The Pour; Where to Look Up Dry-Hopping and Decoction This week I was excited to find Asimov writing about beer and how the old t-shit and jean stereotype is changing. He got dressed up in his nicest attire to go out on the town. Like wine in America, beer has also progressed within our culture Continue Reading
Wines of the Times: A Complex Red With an Austrian Accent In this week’s Wines of the Times, Asimov writes of “umlaut,” a very intimating word (2 dots) that is intended to communicate a particular pronunciation of the vowel it tops. Consumers generally choose a Pinot Grigio when they encounter THE UMLAUT (dum, dum, dum). Continue Reading
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