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Wines of Portugal: 2023 USA Grand Tasting Tour Kicks Off March 30th

Wines of Portugal: 2023 USA Grand Tasting Tour Kicks Off March 30th

Wines of Portugal and Flatiron Wines have teamed up to organize tastings in San Francisco, D.C. and New York as a part of three city tour of the United States which kicks off next Thursday March 30th at the Julia Morgan Ballroom in San Francisco. Learn more about the events and reserve your spot today.
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2019 Barolo Vintage: Great Wines with Long Futures

2019 Barolo Vintage: Great Wines with Long Futures

The 2019s remind me of many 2016s, except at this stage they are a little more powerful and a touch less transparent. The wines are balanced with elegant tannins and good acidity. A few wines are approachable now, but in general this is a vintage for cellaring.

Here is a quick 2019 vintage report along with my first impressions of what is shaping up to be an excellent vintage.

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Best Champagne for New Years - 2022 Edition

Best Champagne for New Years - 2022 Edition

Our mantra is that it's always a good time for bubbles. But let's face it, New Year's Eve is a really good time for bubbles! With nearly 400 Champagnes to choose among from across our stores, there is a ton of variety spanning a spectrum of styles, sub-regions and price points. No matter your preferences, we've got you, so get the ice bucket ready! 
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Flatiron's Guide to Austrian Wine, Part 7: Wagram

Flatiron's Guide to Austrian Wine, Part 7: Wagram

It may seem ironic but we think of the Wagram as the most quintessentially Austrian wine region. Ironic, since it’s the newest DAC (“Districtus Austriae Controllatus,” Austria’s equivalent of the old French DOC) and far from Austria’s most famous region.

But it’s hard to think of a region that is more uniquely Austrian. 

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Flatiron's Guide to Austrian Wine, Part 6: Guide to the Vineyards, Wines and Wine Taverns of Vienna

Flatiron's Guide to Austrian Wine, Part 6: Guide to the Vineyards, Wines and Wine Taverns of Vienna

What is the greatest Wine City in the world? Vienna gets my vote. That’s probably not what you’d expect. Vienna’s certainly not the best city in the world for finding the broadest selection of the world’s wines (that has to be New York)

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2018 Barolo Vintage: Challenging Vintage, Good Buying Opportunities

2018 Barolo Vintage: Challenging Vintage, Good Buying Opportunities

2018 was a difficult vintage in Barolo but it definitely presents some good buying opportunities, including some wines that are already delicious to drink today. This quick overview will help you navigate the vintage.
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Flatiron’s Guide to German Wine

Flatiron’s Guide to German Wine

Few other wine countries garner the passionate, cult-like following that Germany does. Its fans—us among them—dissect and detail every village and vineyard, every bottle and producer—and yet, strangely, it’s often misunderstood and underappreciated by the greater wine-drinking public.

Well, we’re not afraid to say it: Germany is one of the world’s greatest wine countries, and we’re here to show you why.

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Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 1: Introduction to the Wines of Germany

Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 1: Introduction to the Wines of Germany

We set out to write this Flatiron Guide to German Wines to explain not just why the wine geeks go so nutty for all things Deutsch, and not just why German wines are among the best wines for the super-casual wine drinker.

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Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 2: Germany’s Wine History

Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 2: Germany’s Wine History

As evidenced by wine presses found in the town of Trier in the Mosel. The skills of viticulture and vinification were most likely introduced by the Romans. Grape varieties were probably a combination of introduced cuttings and domesticated wild vines that were suitable for winemaking
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Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 3: A Handy Guide to Decoding German Wine Labels

Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 3: A Handy Guide to Decoding German Wine Labels

The Germans have been making wine for centuries, but ​there has never been a better time to jump in and discover the magic this country has to offer
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Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 4: An Overview of Germany’s Climate and Grape Varieties

Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 4: An Overview of Germany’s Climate and Grape Varieties

Germany is invariably associated with Riesling, but the reality is that this country is home to a huge number of grape varieties and styles of wine. Part of that is thanks to Germany’s particular climate and terroirs, along with the country’s exceptional winemakers.

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Answers to Every German Wine Question You’ve Ever Had

Answers to Every German Wine Question You’ve Ever Had

We’ve got the answers to some of your most frequently asked German wine questions, but if you’re looking for more on the wines of Germany, visit Flatiron’s Guide to German Wine.
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