St. Francis Winery & Vineyards knows that today everyone is “doing it for the gram” as social media goals weigh heavily...
Gnarly Head, a producer of bold California wines from gnarly old vines, announced today the release of two Limited Edition Grateful Dead-themed wines in partnership with iconic American rock band, the Grateful Dead.
I recently had the chance to taste a few Gancia wines and I have to say, they were delicious. They’re perfect for holiday sipping because of their crispness and light flavor profile. You know, because you have to offset all the tasty, heavy foods you’ll be eating.
The easy-sipping, affordable Frontera Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile’s Central Valley has just received a new label design featuring the iconic Andes...
When it comes to summer, it’s safe to say that I get pretty excited about everything that comes with it. Great weather, backyard parties, vacations, hanging by the water, cooking and eating outside—I know I can’t be alone. While I’ve always been this way, I have to note something interesting I noticed about how the season is enjoyed after making my move to Los Angeles oh so many years ago: the locale specifics.
If you live in the United States, there’s a chance you’ve never heard of an amazing Spanish red wine varietal called Tempranillo. But just because it’s not on your radar doesn’t mean it isn’t noteworthy. Believe it or not, Tempranillo is actually one of the top 5 most popular grapes grown in the world and the MOST popular in Spain.
Josh Cellars has made history as the first wine brand to sponsor the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. And if that wasn’t enough, they did it with their new Josh Cellars Rosé…
Believe it or not, this deconstructed (then reconstructed) 2014 Stratus Decant Cabernet Franc wine bottle serves a purpose other than looking spectacular.
Apothic is no stranger to creating innovative blends that push the envelope in winemaking. Their latest, Apothic Inferno, is a prime example of this.
You probably know Marc Mondavi from being born into America’s foremost family associated with exceptional wine. What you may not know is his unique ability of locating underground water using divining rods, hence the name of his Willamette Valley Pinot Noir: The Divining Rod.