World renown dry, white wines, based firmly on the noble Chardonnay grape, laden with expressive aromatics, steely minerality and delicious acidity, the wines of Chablis are exceptionally food-friendly, working overtime as some of Burgundy's best ambassadors.
Petite Sirah is a red wine grape that is named for its "petite" grape size, and is not a reference to this wine's palate impressions, which remain intense, full-bodied and brimming with big, bold flavors.
The wines of Alsace are made for food. Bursting with lively, food-friendly acidity with alcohol levels kept well in check, Alsatian wines run quite dry and steer towards white wine grape varieties.
Piedmont is one of the top dogs in Italy's wine mosaic. Bringing the heavy-hitting wines of Barolo and Barbaresco to the world via the Nebbiolo grape, Piedmont also embraces the softer styles of Barbera and Moscato. Read more...
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The 2012 Prisoner is a wild-hearted wine inspired by Napa's "original" blended reds built by Italian immigrants. A gutsy mix of Zinfandel, Cabernet
While most are familiar with the standard 750 ml wine bottle sizes, or the split 375 ml, there are actually over ten unique wine bottle sizes made today.
One of the best-selling Cavas on the market, Freixenet's Cordon Negro Brut offers up exceptional citrus and toasted almond notes on the nose. Built on
Cava is Spain's delicious (and affordable) answer to the bubbly sparkling wine scene. Utilizing the same method for making sparkling wine as Champagne,