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E. Guigal

Guigal Spring Tasting New York City April 2017 Recently I had the pleasure to taste some of the most heralded wines from the Rhone valley made by the Guigal family of Ampuis, in the heart of Cote-Rotie.  Legendary #Syrah wines have been made by 3... (more...)

Toro

Toro A Day Visiting the Toro Castilla y Leon, Spain Tinta de Toro bush vines are planted this way as an adaptation to the climate. The Tinta de Toro grape has adapted thicker skins and an uncanny ability to thrive in these harsh growing conditions.... (more...)

Lopez de Heredia

Haro, La Rioja October 22, 2015 In a courtyard along the Ebro River in Haro, one can visit many of the old Rioja stalwarts like Lopez de Heredia. The first appointment that I made for this trip was with a Bodega many in America consider to be the greatest... (more...)

An Eagle Soars over Ribera

Dominio del Aguila Burgos, Spain October 20, 2015 Jorge Monzón of Dominio del Aguila Near Burgos, in the north eastern part of Ribera del Duero, Dominio del Aguila quietly has started making some of the best wine in all of Spain. Near Burgos, in the... (more...)

Leading the Way Forward – Telmo Rodriguez

Spain in the Rise of the Terroir Age The Wines of Remelluri and Telmo Rodriguez   Welcome to Granja Nuestra Señora de Remelluri Of all the visits we had scheduled in Rioja, Remelluri was the one I was looking forward to most in hopes of discussing... (more...)

New Jersey Wine

Discovering the Outer Coastal Plain Wine Region of New Jersey Pinot Noir grapes in a Tomasello vineyard Not long ago before summer got into full swing, I ran across a tweet from the New York Times about how some great wines were being made... (more...)