This is the real stuff right here. Unapologetically expensive, unbelievably great. Champagne—a name that has become the object itself, like Kleenex or Post-Its—carries a certain mystique. Ordinary mortals need not apply. This is the drink of Gods and Kings. Something happens when we drink it—it’s a buzz but no ordinary buzz. It’s... Read more →
The Wine House is one of the biggest and most popular independent wine stores in Los Angeles. Every Fall it hosts an annual, not-to-be-missed wine tasting, the Cabernet Fest. Nothing but Cab, and lots of it—approximately 135 were poured at this year’s event, the majority coming from some of the most highly regarded names in... Read more →
We travel to South America for robust, fruity, food friendly and crowd pleasing wines, red and white. Reds from this part of the world have gained significant popularity with consumers over the last decade, especially Argentinian Malbec, but don’t overlook the lesser known, exotic whites which are worth digging a little deeper to find. Wine... Read more →
Expectations are tempered down for the 2011 vintage in California, widely acknowledged as a “tricky” vintage. However, as with all tough vintages, some wineries find a way to shine and outperform their rivals—and we've come across several incredibly impressive wines that are more than worthy of your attention and purchasing power. We... Read more →
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