Monthly Archives: October 2014

How important is it for countries and wine producing regions to have ‘signature wines’?

A few weeks ago, on September 28th, I went with a group of my co-workers to a couple of wineries on Long Island, New York. I had my first Long Island Malbec at Bedell Cellars and I have to say … Continue reading

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Bordeaux’s history does not automatically earn it a place in the future.

On September 17th, we had a staff tasting of Brane-Cantenac with Marie-Hélène Dussech, Commercial Director, and then a week later we were lucky enough to have another great staff tasting with Vin & Vignobles Dourthe, led by President Patrick Jestin, … Continue reading

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