The Complete Guide to Saint-Joseph
Amorotti for All Seasons
In this tiny corner of Italy, Abbruzzo, there is an important artisanal movement bringing both grapes to previously unimaginable heights.
Amorotti is very much at the forefront of this movement.
2017 Burgundy Vintage: A Follow-Up
Jeff did this great, early review of the vintage, which now seems prescient. Today and tomorrow only, the New York store is having an online sale on 2017 Burgundies, here.
A Natural Expression of Chablis
It’s really good! Open it and right away it’s absolutely and obviously delicious, with lots of fruit (even a vague hint of something verging on tropical), a touch of florality, crystal clear Chablis minerality, and bright acidity. All the elements of spot-on Chablis.
Grower Champagnes featured by Lettie Teague in the Wall Street Journal
We've made a Valentine's Day Wine Gift Guide
On the Shelf: Chateau de Chaintres's Stunning Bistro Wine!
What we really need these days is a glass of something that will be delicious with a meal and that will be just as delicious if we decide to have a second glass after dinner and maybe even a third glass after that.
Top Five Wine Trends of 2020
Barolo Buying Guide
Barolo Breakdown, Part 7: The Other Barolo Villages
One of these villages has one of the hottest, most sought after producers of today, Burlotto. Another has a very exciting producer making some very special wines, Elvio Cogno. And there are definitely other secrets to unearth, so read on!
The Barolo Breakdown, Part 6: Serralunga d’Alba
Serralunga is the only village that is more Barolo than Barolo itself.
Barolo, the DOC, may get its name from Barolo, the village, but the essence of Barolo – its power, its structure, its nuance, its cherry fruit, its aromas – is found more in Serralunga than anywhere else.