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So many reasons to love the Languedoc

Many years ago it may have been the land of cheap table wine, but now it is the source of some of the best value wines in the country. We’re excited to take you to the Languedoc and share some of the fun and interesting wines we love from this…

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Enotec Imports is an Italian fine wine import company representing boutique and mid-size, family owned and operated wineries. Their focus is on quality wines of distinction, soul, and tradition that reflect the unique character of Italy’s diverse regions. Enotec Imports’ comprehensive portfolio includes over 75 indigenous varietals from some of…

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Ancient Peaks

This week we are proud to feature the wines from Ancient Peaks Winery from Paso Robles, California. The wines are amazing and we love the history and uniqueness of this property. Ancient Peaks estate Margarita Vineyard stands alone as the southernmost vineyard in the Paso Robles region, tucked beneath the…

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The Island of Beauty

We love having Corsican wines in our portfolio. They are amazing wines of exceptional quality, made mostly from hard to pronounce indigenous grapes grown on the Island of Beauty. What more can you ask for? Last summer, Eric Asimov published a great article in the New York Times about Corsica…

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¿Hola y como están?

This week, let’s see what Spain has going on! Spain has a history of wine making that is over a thousand years old, so there is a lot to know about Spanish wine. From crisp whites to earthy tempranillos……here is a simple overview to help you get acquainted with the…

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Dessert anyone?

Dessert wines are often over-looked, as many of us don’t bother with wine if we are having dessert, or find the challenge of pairing too complicated — but few simple guidelines should make it a fun exercise! How to Choose Dessert Wines Firstly, back to the golden rule for pairing…

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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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