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Vesuvio Wines – The gift of volcanic wines from Campania Italy

Among the many new wines appearing on shelves in fine wine shops and on wine lists in savvy restaurants around the country are the wines of the Campania region of Italy, which is situated along the southwestern coast of Italy ...

Wine of the Week - Dry Creek Heritage Zinfandel 2016 $26

Zinfandel is the most American of all grapes and a perfect choice to bring to the family barbecue for a Fourth of July celebration. Many families will be gathering around the grill to celebrate the birth of our nation and ...

City Winery appoints first female head winemaker

Chicago - City Winery Chicago proudly announces the appointment of Caroline Schrader as its new Head Winemaker, overseeing both City Winery Chicago’s West Loop and Riverwalk wine programs. Schrader’s first initiative as Chicago’s Head Winemaker includes launching a first of ...

Wine of the Week: Louis Moreau Chablis 2017 - $26.99

Chablis is one of the most popular of all French wines and the most historic. Dating back thousands of years, the name goes back to the time of the Celts, who named the region Cab-for house, and Leya-near the woods. ...

Zinfandel-The Perfect Wine for Fathers Day

Seven Deadly Zins is the perfect wine for Dad on Fathers Day. Especially if he plans to do the honors behind the grill. Brothers Michael and David Phillips and their family are virtual legends in Lodi, California, where the family ...

Wide World of Wine: Dry Creek Fume Blanc 2018 - $16

Crisp, dry and brimming over with flavors of Meyer lemons, mandarin orange and a splash of lime, Dry Creek Fume Blanc 2018 ($16) is the wine of summer. Winery founder David Stare was the first person to plant Fume Blanc ...

Wine of the Week – Peteglia Montecucco Sangiovese DOCG 2016 - $25

Montecucco is a very new denominatin in Italy and is Tuscany's best kept secret. Wines of the region are finally coming into their own, thinks to the high quality and distinctive character of these wines which are primarily made from ...

Wine of the Week: A by Acacia Chardonnay 2016 -$20

Acacia Napa Valley Chardonnay is one of the benchmark labels of the regithe on. With its layers of bright tropical fruit flavors; both sweet and sour lemons, white flowers, honeycomb and ripe Asian pears, the wine is among the region's ...

Wine of the Week: Peteglia Montecucco Sangiovese DOCG - $25

Montecucco is a very new denomination in Italy and is Tuscany's best kept secret. Wines of the region are finally coming into their own, thinks to the high quality and distinctive character of these wines which are primarily made from ...

Wine of the Week: Ramon Bilbao Gran Reserva 2011 $21.99

May marked the U.S. debut of the latest releases of wines from Ramon Bilbao of Rioja, Spain. Established in 1924, it is currently the fastest growing winery in the Spanish market and is recognized as one of the World's Most ...

Wine of the Week: Chateau Rives – Blanques Limoux Blanquette Blanc de Blanc - $19.94

French winemaker Jan Panman says the Benedictine monks in his Limoux region of France were the first makers of sparkling French wine a full 100 years before Dom Perignon, and he has the papers, dating from 1544, to prove it. ...

Wine of the Week – Caleb Leisure Syrah - $26

Natural and Organic wines are big for summer. Besides their general appeal from their producer's sustainable practices, the wines have a clean, fresh taste, which fully expresses their varietal characteristics with little interference from their makers. Caleb Leisure is one ...

ZD 2017 Chardonnay - $42

When Norman deLeuze and Gino Zepponi first pooled their limited financial resources to obtain a winery permit in Sonoma County, their objective was to create wines that would emulate those of the famed Burgundy region of France. Since those halcyon ...

Wine of the Week – By OTT Cotes de Provence Rose $19.99

Rose is hot for spring. BY.OTT Cotes de Provence Rose 2018 ($19.99) is not your Aunt Rosie's Rose. It is elegant, racy and full of flavor. Food friendly and capable of pairing with everything imaginable at your next buffet, garden ...

Wine of the Week – Dry Creek Vineyards 2013 Meritage - $30

Winemaker David Stare of Sonoma's Dry Creek Valley was the first California winemaker to use the term "Meritage" on a label. The name connotes a unique style of Bordeaux been that combines the merit of the grapes used with the ...

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