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Report from Vinitaly 2017

Report from Vinitaly 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The 51st annual Vinitaly trade fair, the world’s largest wine event (by at least some measures) and an unparalleled showcase for Italian wine, took place (as always) in Verona, Italy, April 9–12. Vinitaly is part spectacle, part...
Burgundy That Won’t Break the Bank

Burgundy That Won’t Break the Bank

This article was originally published by Beverage Media Group. It is reprinted here with the author’s permission. By Christy Canterbury MW High prices? That’s old news. Burgundy’s resurgence in quality has created pockets of real value. Burgundy’s wines legendarily...
To Learn About Wine, Focus On Building Your Confidence

To Learn About Wine, Focus On Building Your Confidence

by Alicia Cypress I was recently at a new restaurant with some friends and we were talking to one of the owners about their eclectic wine list. He was telling us story after story about the three wines we were trying to decide between — details about the...
5 Common Misconceptions About Italian Wine

5 Common Misconceptions About Italian Wine

by Geralyn Brostrom, co-founder, IWC At some point in the Italian Wine conversation, just about anyone can start to feel out of their depth when discussing Italian wine. There is a lot to learn! After all, Italy is the world’s largest producer of wine—but...
Harvest Begins in Paso Robles Wine Country

Harvest Begins in Paso Robles Wine Country

Photo Source: Halter Ranch Vineyard We received an update on the current crush from Paso Robles thanks to Solterra Strategies. Winemakers from Adelaida Cellars, Alta Colina, kukkula, and Halter Ranch were interviewed (full disclosure: all clients of Soleterra...

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