About Eric Guido

Eric Guido is an American Wine Writer and Director of Wine and Marketing for the Morrell Wine Group, who found his way in New York City's restaurants and upscale private kitchens. His writing and photography skills can be witnessed in the annual catalogs published by Morrell, which have been noted as a major accomplishment within the industry, mixing Eric's passion-driven prose with his eye for minute detail and vivid photography. His work can also be seen through advertisements in The Robb Report and Bloomberg magazine, as well as being heavily involved in social media, where his tasting notes, acclaimed and relied upon by Sommeliers and consumers, are published regularly.

Passion, Tradition, Family, and Barolo The consummate host, Giuseppe Vaira I’m thinking back almost ten…

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Touring Vineyards, Talking Terroir & Tasting Vintages with WA’s Top Producers For me, it started…

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Most of my readers don’t know that I have something of a secret passion. Not a secret because I’m embarrassed of it, but because most other wine drinkers ignore. That secret passion is for Merlot.

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Find out how I went from possessing only textbook knowledge of Spanish wine, with possibly a mixed case in my own cellar, to now being completely enamored with the country, its people, its food, and of course–its wine.

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Looking back over the last 14 years of collecting and tasting Barolo, there has been no other vintage which has provided me more intellectual stimulation, anticipation and sheer pleasure as 1989.

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The wines of Nuits-Saint-Georges are often misunderstood, underrated and truly excellent examples of red and white Burgundy. Find out Why.

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Reports on the 2015 vintage of Barolo have sent mixed messages to consumers. I’m hoping to shed some light on this vintage that’s hard not to like.

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Terms such as “once in a lifetime”, “Unicorn Wines”, and “iconic”, are thrown around too…

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