International winemaker and consultant Paul Hobbs announced today that he will serve as consulting winemaker for Juanicó Wines in Canelones, Uruguay. Hobbs will work with the Deicas family, who founded the winery in 1979, to improve the portfolio of wines, including the Don Pascual and Pueblo del Sol brands.
Wine Spectator columnist Matt Kramer weighs the investment of time into properly aging wines against the possibility of diminished returns and suggests that no one should feel obliged to wait more than 10 years for a bottle, no matter its price or...
Here you can find Wine Spectator maps for major wine-producing areas around the world. For the United States, maps of California (including detailed maps of the Napa and Sonoma appellations), Oregon and Washington.
It came rather late in the year (on 12.12.12, ominously enough), but there was one press release last year which I read twice. The first reading was accompanied with growing incredulity; the second was to lay my disbelief to rest.
Martine Saunier, whose import and wholesale company Martine's Wines, Inc. specializes in French wineries, sold her business in December to partners Gregory Castells and Kate Laughlin for an undisclosed price.
Around this time of year, I find myself in the grocery store sobbing and clutching a bunch of Romaine to my breast. Although, like everyone else, I drink more red wine in winter than summer, there absolutely are moments when I just need a shot of liquid sunshine. Most winos are the same, finding themselves veering unexpectedly into the white wine aisle in January and heading home with a bunch of parsley, some frozen shrimp and a nice bottle of white.
Simon Gaudreault writes about wines from the northern Rhone and how the great wines from this region come at a reasonable price. Blog Wine ratings, Wine reviews, Wine tasting notes & Wine Videos from JamesSuckling.com.
I took my son to get a haircut Saturday, and as the salon owner was trimming his bangs, we chatted about my job. She stopped cutting for a moment and said, "Could you give me the name of a few wines to buy? There are so many—I don't know what's sweet, what's dry and what's ... good."
Thousands of South African farm workers will go on strike in the Western Cape wine region from Wednesday, reviving labour action for higher wages in which two workers were killed in clashes with police...
WineWire.ca connects wine agents legally allowed to sell cases of wine not found on LCBO shelves with customers, and does it with a convenient online marketplace that puts wine education front and centre...
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