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Winesellers, Ltd. nominated for Wine Importer of the Year!

Congratulations to our partner, Winesellers, Ltd. They have been nominated for “Wine Importer of the Year” by Wine Enthusiast Magazine in the Wine Star Awards 2015. Winesellers Ltd., is a national importing & marketing company based in Niles, IL Niles, IL – August 31, 2015 – Each year, the editors…

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10 Fun Facts about Pinot Noir

1. It’s grown nearly everywhere. 2. Its light color reflects deep flavor. 3. Terroir-driven Pinots are world-class wines. 4. Producers matter more than vintages. 5. It’s the toughest, yet most interesting to grow. 6. The best offerings have unmistakable aromas and flavors 7. Price usually equals quality. 8. It’s the…

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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is probably the most frustrating, and at times infuriating, wine grape in the world. However when it is successful, it can produce some of the most sublime wines known to man. This thin-skinned grape which grows in small, tight bunches performs well on well-drained, deepish limestone based subsoils…

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Neyers Vineyards

This week we are excited to showcase some new wines, new vintages, and old favorites from Neyers Vineyards. Owners Bruce and Barbara Neyers have a unique and interesting story in the wine business. Bruce spent many years learning every aspect of the business, from cultivating the grapes, winemaking, to distribution.…

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Corte Gardoni

We are excited this week to bring you the wines of Corte Gardoni! Great values, great labels…. The Story: The Piccoli family has owned vineyards in the Veneto since the year 1600. Many generations tended the vines, but after phylloxera hit, the ravaged family estate couldn’t support all five brothers,…

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We Love the Loire!

Loire Valley: The Heart of France This week we are featuring some of Kermit’s wines from the Loire. The Loire Valley is the heart of France, famous for its natural beauty, magnificent châteaux and great wine. The region is rich in history and culture: and, as the Cradle of the…

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Wines from Turkey

This week we are featuring the new Turkish wines that we have recently added to our portfolio. We have partnered with VinoRai, a fine wine importer that focuses on emerging wine regions. They have carefully selected the producers and the wines, and represent a wide range of varietals from different…

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It's summertime and the livin' is easy!

It’s finally here! Summertime! It’s June 1, the weekend weather was warm and sunny, and even though it’s not yet officially summer according to the calendar, we think it’s time to start thinking about summer wine selections. This week we are featuring a few of our current favorites – two…

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The rain in Spain...

Spain has a long history of producing wine, yet Spanish wines tend to be less well-known internationally than those from France or Italy. You might even be surprised to learn that Spain has more land dedicated to growing vines than any other country! There is an exciting world of Spanish…

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We've gone Italian

Italy: In ancient times the Italian peninsula was commonly referred to as enotria or “land of wine” because of its rich diversity of grape varieties and the many acres dedicated to cultivated vines. It is no wonder that Italy and France place 1st and 2nd in wine production year after…

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