Category: Wine 101

VALPOLICELLA VINEYARDS WINE ITALY
Valpolicella: One Region. Four Wines.
The "Valley of Many Cellars" Opens Its Doors The “valley of many cellars” (as its name translates to) is overflowing with exquisite wine including world-class Amarone.  But there is more to discover in Valpolicella....
Vinos Jerez Sherry Wines Bodegon vinos y venencia, Sherry styles
Sherry: The Unsung Essence of Spain
Sherry. It's time for the bottle to come down off the shelf and into your glass Sherry, a fortified wine produced exclusively in the region of Andalucia in southwestern Spain, is the essence of...
Txakoli wine in glasses
Spain’s Txakoli Wines: Hard To Pronounce, Easy To Drink
If you’re traveling northwest Spain and find yourself gazing at Limestone cliffs towering dramatically over the Atlantic coastline, you have found beautiful Basque country. Thanks to the maritime climate, this region is cooler, damper,...
The Essential Guide to Dry German Riesling
The world's greatest white wine grape is finally getting some love in non-wine-snob circles. But which region to you want to try? Also, which style is the one to look out for? (Hint: it's...
The Next Big Tuscan Wine Region: Montecucco
Chianti. Montalcino. Bolgheri. Montepulciano. Carmignano. Gimignano. For a province about as big as New Jersey, Tuscany is home to some of the most famous areas for wine, and for good reason. And yet, there...