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.
Some exciting things are afoot at Columbia Crest. The 2014 Crowdsourced Cabernet Sauvignon is going on presale – February 22-29.
I've been on a massive DIY kick as of late, so naturally any excuse to spruce up my bar area I'm excited for. The SOMMI Credenza is the latest rustic furnishing to come from the wine cellar craftsman.
You might remember last year when I worked with Columbia Crest to get the news out about their Crowdsourced Cabernet campaign. By using their online portal, fans of Columbia Crest were able to vote on the next steps of the winemaking process.
The first day of summer isn't until June 21st, but everyone knows the festivities start a bit earlier than that. Some might even say it starts during Memorial Day weekend...
Over the last 15-weeks, Columbia Crest has used the power of Crowdsourcing to develop their latest blend, #CrowdsourcedCab -- the world's first crowdsourced wine.
On Friday, head winemaker at Columbia Crest, Juan Muñoz-Oca, did a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything). He answered questions from fans and wine lovers alike about winemaking and Columbia Crest's latest project, Crowdsourced Cabernet
Back by popular demand and just in time for the Halloween season, Apothic Wines has made available one of its most luxurious limited release wines, Apothic Dark.
Since I began working with Columbia Crest on their Crowdsourced Cabernet campaign, I've had the pleasure of tasting their entire collection and gaining access to their Head Winemaker, Juan Muñoz Oca.