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Tasting Dangerously

(San Francisco, California) — Winemakers who set out to establish their own brands often find the path to success fraught with challenges and obstacles. And the idea of differentiating one brand in a sea of thousands can be d...
 
 
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English Side of Sparkling Wine

By: Will Lyons Nick Hall kicks loosely at a wooden post being used to trellis his vines and takes stock of his crop. On the west side of his 4-hectare vineyard, the sound of birdsong is relentless, as England’s Kent count...

 
 
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The Great Chalice Wine of Napa

If there were a connection between making good wine and winning the lottery, some may call it luck. Others may deem it divine intervention. And for the priest of Calistoga’s Russian Orthodox Church, landing a notable winemake...
 
 
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A Holistic Approach

While the viticultural reputations of France, Italy and Spain are well established, Portugal remains relatively unestablished outside of its famous fortified Port and Muscatel wines. João Roquette wants to shape the way people...

 
 
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Fourth Generation Pioneer, Jean-Claude Mas

France’s oldest winegrowing region is re-emerging as a go-to spot for high-quality, high-value wines – largely thanks to the efforts of fourth-generation vintner, Jean-Claude Mas. The latest, and perhaps most ambitious, mem...
 
 
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Brotherhood’s Brotherly Wine Portfoilo

Since the late 80s, Brotherhood Winery has moved its focus towards varietal wines that showcase New York’s true colors as a wine making region. Discover what that profile looks like and how to grab your own bottle from th...

 
 
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The Wizard of Bordeaux

By: Will Lyons Flick through any fine-wine list in the world and chances are Michel Rolland’s fingerprints will be on it. He is quite simply the world’s most famous wine consultant. Since 1973 he and his wife, Dany,...
 
 
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It’s Party Time With Epica Wines

The coolest way to be sustainable and fashionable? A Clothing Swap Party, of course. Throw your own and it could be sponsored by Epica Wines. Watch our latest video, straight from Bushwick, NY and message us on Facebook for det...

 
 
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Brotherhood Winery: Old in Age, Young at Heart

We’ve all read the reports of people living extraordinary long lives thanks in part to a glass of red wine a day. But what about the old, classic wineries that supply us such an age defying beverage? How have they been able t...
 
 
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Sustainable Chile: Keeping the Future Green

It’s not easy being green. Or at least that’s what Kermit the Frog sings. Yet, Wines of Chile has pushed onward to better their wines and environment for future generations. One of the key pillars of the Chilean wine indust...