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The thrill of Barbaresco is something no wine lover, let alone any lover of Italian wine, should miss. It’s irresistible—the intensity of dark fruit flavor, the lovely profusion of aromas,
Pure and pristine as the snowy white Edelweiss flower of the European Alps, this Chenin Blanc wine from DOMAINE HUET is something that blooms and grows with every sip. The
For mere Muggles, this is as fantastical as sweet Riesling gets. For wizards of Hogwarts, this is what they graduate to after drinking butter beer. Venturing into the world of
And darkness fell across the whole land. And weeping could be heard throughout the land. Varied depictions of Jerusalem after Christ’s crucifixion can be found within the New Testament. The
Israel can lay claim, as evidence suggests, to be the first major winemaking region in history. The oldest wine cellar on record dates back to 1700 BC, discovered in the
Quintessential Spanish wine. From a brutal, desolate environment at some of the highest vineyard peaks in Europe―where microclimates thrash, scorch, parch, freeze and otherwise test the fortitude of the venerable
Affordable Bordeaux has to be one of the most exciting things happening in the wine world today. Some synergies have had to occur in order for smaller-name Chateaux (the Bordeaux
There’s a reason why KRUG is the king of Champagne, but no explanation suffices. Krug is an experience in its own universe. The non-vintage Grande Cuvée Brut is the best
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