Chateau Brun Avril from Chateauneuf du Pape
Let me introduce Chateau Brun Avril from Chateauneuf du Pape. Yep, another Brun and another Avril. The repeating family names in places like Burgundy (Pillot), Barolo (Rinaldi) and Chateauneuf make you realize just how small these farming villages are.
Weingut Wechsler in Wine & Spirits Buying Guide!
Our Newest Addition from Piedmont- La Palazzina from Bramaterra
La Palazzina produces Bramaterra DOC and Coste della Sesia Rosso DOC wines, both belonging to the Nebbiolo wines of the Alto Piemonte region..
Monteraponi 2011, Chianti Riserva Il Campitello
The wine blogosphere is filled with hyperbole, so I generally try to stay away from it (even if we do represent Italy’s best Refosco; have found a truly singular style of Champagne; and import the most stirring wine in Southern Italy). There’s one wine from 2011 in our portfolio that stands out to me amongst our many great producers: Monteraponi’s 2011 Chianti Classico Riserva, Il Campitello
Our Newest Domestic Addition.. JB Neufeld !
JB Neufeld was started in 2008 by Justin and his wife Brooke. Their first vintage was only 350 cases. With the 2011 vintage they’ve grown to 530 cases...
Meet Monteraponi's Acid Hounds: Gina and Isotta
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Acid Inc. (a.k.a. A.I. Selections) wines represent more than just product, we represent a philosophy, a history and the lives of families tied to a specific place.
Over the years I was frequently asked "why does this wine go so well with my food?", "why did this wine age so well?", "why is it so easy to drink this bottle of wine?" The answer always came back to acidity.
The Acid Inc. wines are connected by a common thread: above all they seek balance - an equilibrium between bright acidity, fruit, tannin... all driving the senses toward a singular expression of place and time.