Rhys has quickly risen to fame producing what many believe to be the new reference point for Pinot Noir in California today. I can tell you that I’ve been a fan for years. Their single vineyard bottles are already enjoying…

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As a warning, the following prose and tasting notes detail an experience which could be described as a wine lover’s dream come true. The path to understanding Burgundy may result in a life-long obsession, which could take priority over everything…

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Greenhook Ginsmiths: American Dry Gin It took two brothers from Brooklyn with a little vision and a lot of passion. This is a truly artisanal Gin, distilled in Greenpoint Brooklyn, N.Y. and delivering some of the most gorgeous aromatics you…

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Seldom do we have the chance to taste the greatest wines in the world. For years I’ve been assembling tastings, procuring bottles and creating menus, and each time it’s a painstaking process. However, it’s the end result which makes it…

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Almost every Barolo and Barbaresco lover remembers that “ah-ha” wine. You know what I mean. It was the one that set you on this course and left you hungering to know, to taste, and to understand more about Barolo. Maybe…

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I spend a lot of time cruising the aisles of wine shops. In fact, I’d say it’s something of a hobby of mine. These trips often result in great conversations regarding wine, spirits and even life. However, one of the…

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Many things have changed in Piedmont, and it didn’t happen overnight. The battle of modern versus traditional is no more, and both sides have conceded to the positive aspects of the other. Modernists have cut down on new French oak…

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