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  • To Decant or Not?

    Written by Joel Berman on October 21, 2014

    imagesWhether to decant wine or not before serving is a very personal and often controversial question. As such it’s worth discussing. While there are no hard and fast rules, there are some “true-isms” that apply. First, and foremost, one should not … Continue reading


  • Orange Wine? It has nothing to do with oranges!

    Written by Jack Korpi on June 13, 2014

    jakot-2005[1]Winemaking can be compared to cooking, where you follow a recipe, making occasional modifications to compensate for variations in the available ingredients. Some winemakers must get bored doing the same thing in the cellar vintage after vintage. While I don’t … Continue reading


  • Our famous “dogs”: The best of our most unsellable products!

    Written by Greg Storch on June 12, 2014

    st-feuillien1-e1402753322870-150x150In any given week we taste a LOT of wines, beers, liquors and more, hoping to find new products worth selling. We do all we can to whittle down our selection to only the best: those rare products that are … Continue reading


  • Fourteen Years and Counting

    Written by Katie Duggan on April 22, 2014

    live-laugh-and-love1-150x150Writing blogs is difficult for me, I struggle with a topic each time it is my turn to write one. In this blog I will share some things about my life. April 10, 2014 marked my seven year anniversary working … Continue reading


  • Can Volcanoes Make Great Wine?

    Written by Jack Korpi on March 31, 2014

    Etna  What can volcanoes do for wine? As long as they don’t erupt and flood the vineyards with lava and ash, their past activity creates very porous soils rich in minerals that are exactly what the vines need to produce … Continue reading


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