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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 ...

Wine of the Week: Dry Creek DCV Estate Chardonnay 2015 - $34

Dry Creek is one of the premiere family owned wineries in Sonoma County and its estate grown wines are among top-rated vintages according to all of the major wine publications. Founded by David Stare 46 years ago, the winery is ...

Wine of the Week - Fantini Farnese Montepulciano D’ABRUZZO – 2106 -$15

This is one of the best Italian wines that you will find for under $20. I bet if you venture to your local wine store that carry it, you can find it for as low as $9 or $10. In ...

Wine of the Week: Ca’Di Rajo Notti Di Luna Piena (Night of the Full Moon) 2013 - $27

Ca' Di Rajo winery is located in the Piave River Valley just north of Venice in an area steeped in legend and history. Famed for its Prosecco sparkling wine, which is derived from both estate grown grapes and those from ...

Wine of the Week-Ca' Di Rajo Prosecco DOC Extra Dry-Trevino-$16

The road along that connects the steep hills between Conegliani and Valdobbiadene about 30 miles from Venice, near the city of Treviso is affectionately known as the "Prosecco Road." It is the home of one of the most treasured sparkling ...

Wine of the Week – Artesa 2016 Pinot Noir – Los Carneros/Napa Valley -$44.00

Situated atop a hill overlooking both the Napa and Sonoma Valleys, with sweeping views of San Pablo Bay, Artesa Winery produces vintages that artfully display the best that both wine regions have to offer. In a bottle of its newly ...

Wine of the Week – Adriano Adami Prosecco Superiore DOCG 2017-$18.99

Treviso is the ancestral home of Prosecco and the Alta Marca area is renowned for its excellent wines dating as far back as the Middle Ages. Historical records show that as early as 1606, wines were exported from Treviso throughout ...

Wine of the Week: Schamsberg Blanc de Blanc 2015 - $34.99

All is well in the Napa Valley. The mustard blossoms are in full bloom. The Napa Valley Wine Train sits sleepily on a side track, undergoing refurbishment and routine repairs in anticipation of the onslaught of spring and summer tourists ...

Lombard – Venetian denomination conquers international markets and critics

2018 more than 17.5 million bottles, a positive growth trend as international promotion continues. Very positive numbers for Lugana DOC, which closes 2018 with a definite “plus” registering a growth trend of more than 8.6% compared to the previous year, ...

Wine of the Week: Drusian Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Brut -$13.99

Direct from the home of Prosecco in Valdobbiadene, northeastern Italy, comes this delightfully dry, yet refreshing Prosecco that is perfect for today's lighter, varied cuisine. Zesty with aromas of white flowers and juicy, tart, lemons and hints of green apple, ...