The 162nd Hospices de Beaune auction raised a total of $32 million last week, a record for any wine auction conducted by Sotheby’s and the highest total in the charity event’s long history. “It was a fantastic sale with lots of enthusiastic bidding,” Jamie Ritchie, worldwide chairman of Sotheby’s Wine & Spirits, told Wine Spectator.
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Kyle discovers a brilliant ‘half-dry’ Riesling from the Pfalz.
Antinori, one of the top names in Italian wine, has added a key vineyard asset to its Prunotto winery in Piedmont, purchasing 8.4 acres in the Cerretta MGA (Menzione Geografica Aggiuntiva—Piedmont’s system of classified vinegrowing places) of Serralunga d’Alba for $9 million. The deal, signed on November 7, increases Prunotto’s estate-owned vineyards and parcels under
Kyle reviews a cult wine inspired Cabernet from one of Napa’s most prestigious vineyards…that he can’t tell you about
Robert Parker scored this wine 92 points saying “The outstanding 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon Generations…reveals a dense purple color as well as lots of licorice, blackcurrant, tobacco leaf and crème de cassis characteristics. Opulent, full-bodied, fleshy and succulent, it should drink well for 10-15 years.” http://www.wineexpress.com/shopping/prod_detail/main.asp?productID=37638&AFID=YTB
Every Monday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 25th January 2021 the Barren Sands, Palomino 2018, wine from South Africa is his choice: a dry, unfortified white wine from sandy soils of the Western Cape.
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We are visited yet again by one of our favorite wine authorities on the planet, Olivier Humbrecht of Alsace’s Domaine Zind-Humbrecht
Lytton Springs is home to 100 plus-year-old zinfandel vines interplanted with Petite Sirah, Carignane, a small amount of Mataro (Mourvdre), and Grenache.
When Joseph Carr wanted to create a second wine after his famed Napa Cabernet he worked with his winemaker Wayne Donaldson and sourced grapes from premium wine growing regions throughout California including Sonoma and Mendocino counties.
What makes “natural wine” actually natural? Where can I find the best (affordable!) natty wines? Why is natural wine absurdly popular right now, anyway? In this episode of Thrillist’s Best (and the Rest), host Wil Fulton is joined by the person who (arguably!) first introduced natural wine to the United States, wine importer Jenny Lefcourt
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This 2012 scored 90 points from James Suckling who said “A silky red with chocolate, berry and nutmeg character. Medium to full body with slightly austere tannins and a medium finish.” http://www.wineexpress.com/shopping/prod_detail/main.asp?productID=36855&AFID=YTB
On February 14, 2011 James Suckling came by The Wine House to blind taste and rate 5 of our wines. They all rated 90 or above! Here’s the video with James and our own Jim Knight!
Winemaker Jens Windisch describes reduction and oxidation in wine from a winemaker’s perspective. Jens makes wine at Weingut Werther Windisch in the Rheinhessen and he makes Riesling, Sylvaner, Spatburgunder and Portugeiser. Jens sat down with Ask a Winemaker during a trip sponsored by Wines of Germany and this video was produced with support from that
While numerous studies have linked moderate wine consumption to improved health outcomes, medical professionals agree that high alcohol intake, especially binge drinking, has negative consequences, including accidents, violence and longterm health problems. New research attempts to quantify just how serious those consequences can be, especially for young adults, who are at the highest risk of alcohol-related
Amarone della Valpolicella is a powerful red wine made in Veneto region in Italy. In this video I will talk about grape varieties used in Amarone wines, about the unique vine-making technique called Appassimento, what is behind the sweetness in this vine, how Amarone tastes like and some food pairing recommendations. Be sure to subscribe
Hard Cider Process for Beginners – Hard Cider from Apple Juice. A decent hard apple cider is usually a starting point for homebrewers. It’s simple, cheap, tastes pretty good and doesn’t have to take a long time to make. Of course, time heals all brews, and letting it age a bit will improve it, but,
Winemaker Matt Taylor invited senior editor James Molesworth for a look at Ink Grade on Howell Mountain in California’s Napa Valley. The Cabernet Sauvignon project is part of the Lawrence family’s slate of brands that includes Heitz Cellar, Burgess Cellars, Stony Hill and others.
Zinfandel! 🍇 An American holiday calls for an all-American grape. We like Zinfandel on the Thanksgiving table for a lot of the same reasons we like Pinot Noir. It’s versatile, offers berry fruit and acidity, and pairs splendidly with cranberry sauce and a variety of sides served. 🍷: Buehler 2015 Zinfandel, Napa Valley Shop Here: