Friday, March 18, 2016
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
A strange thing happened during World War II: While the rest of Burgundy was getting its premier crus named, the Maconnais found itself on the wrong side of the border. Now Pouilly Fuisse is getting that accident of history reversed.
Taste is the publication of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, available to all customers who visit the PLCB stores. In the current issue, we explore when red wine is suitable for drinking with dessert.
In the current issue of Meininger's Wine Business International, come meet the Rallo family of Sicily.
Last spring I was able to spend an afternoon at the legendary Chateau Grillet in the upper Rhone Valley, tasting wines, visiting the newly redone cellars and climbing up through its terraced vineyards. This story in The World of Fine Wine traces how the owners of Chateau Latour are bringing this property back to its original grandeur.
I felt my first trip to Madeira was almost magical, the way you feel when something turns out to be even better than you imagined. Here is the opening spread in the American Wine Society Journal.