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Domaine Roger Neveu: Sancerre Three Ways

From the Kermit Lynch website:

The Neveu family’s roots in the Loire Valley are nothing short of impressive, even for European standards. The local archives show that a Jean Neveu lived in the village of Verdigny (where the family still resides) as early as the 12th century, and family documents prove that they already owned [...]

Swick: “Naked” Wines of the Pacific Northwest

We would like to introduce you to one of our newest suppliers Swick Wines! Here are some words about these wonderfully unique and authentic wines, direct from winemaker Joe Swick.

"I'm a Portland, Oregon native and 5th generation Oregonian.  I got into the wine industry in 2003 with a cellar position at Owen Roe Winery.  [...]

this just in: Domaine de la Prebende Beaujolais Blanc

DOMAINE DE LA PRÉBENDE

Beaujolais Blanc

Country: France
Region: Beaujolais
Appellation(s): Beaujolais
Producer: Dupeuble Family
Founded: 1947
Annual Production: 3,500 cases
Farming: Lutte Raisonnée

Domaine de la Prébende produces a deeply mineral Beaujolais from a predominantly clay and limestone terroir, a rarity in a region dominated by granite soils. “Uno prébende” essentially means “a tax,” and the domaine sits on the location where monks used to [...]

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Tenuta La Favola Bianco: A NEW Sicilian Summer White

The Wines are just how Corrado described them, small windows into this little piece of the world and it’s terroir. No bells, and no whistles… just pure, clean and passionately made wines that talk about a place and time.
His estate stands upon a hill in the far right-end corner of Sicily. When Corrado goes down [...]

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    Innovation within Tradition: Casa Scarpa and the rise of Barbera in Monferrato

Innovation within Tradition: Casa Scarpa and the rise of Barbera in Monferrato

Antica Casa Vinicola Scarpa was founded by Antonio Scarpa* in 1854. Scarpa’s reputation was made beginning in the 1960s and 70s by Mario Pesce, whose father purchased the winery some years earlier. Mario was one of those souls who, while respecting the traditions and history of his region, was ambitious enough to think that [...]

Slavcek Sivi Pinot: A Slovenian wine worth getting to know!

Franc Vodopivec runs this family winery which has existed for over two centuries. He runs a argroturistic bed and breakfast with his wife and son. The winery and inn only serve product from what has only been culitivated by their own hand and this tradition has never been lost.

There are records of the farm [...]

Languedoc Wines from Mas Champart

MAS CHAMPART

Country: France
Region: Languedoc
Appellation(s): Vin de Pays d’Oc, Saint-Chinian
Producer: Isabelle & Mathieu Champart
Founded: 1976
Annual Production: 3,300-3,700 cases
Farming: Lutte raisonnée
Website: N/A

Isabelle and Mathieu Champart were relatively new to winegrowing when they first took over Domaine Bramefan (as her family’s farm is also known), in Saint-Chinian, in 1976. Isabelle was a Parisian with [...]

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    “More Than Just Wine” – love, simplicity, and understanding your vineyard with Arndorfer

“More Than Just Wine” – love, simplicity, and understanding your vineyard with Arndorfer

Martin Arndorfer comes from a long line of wine makers, growing up in the vineyards and cellar of his parents' estate. Anna Steininger is the daughter of one of the top and most respected wine makers in Austria, Karl Steininger (http://www.weingut-steininger.at/), quite simply, they are a match made in ‘wine’ heaven. Both born with [...]

Revitalizing Gamay in the Brionnais: Vin des Fossiles

Jean-Claude Berthillot of Vin des Fossiles is a visionary, reclaiming an ancient viticultural area and showing its potential for greatness. His estate is located in an area called the Brionnais (the home of Charolais beef) at the southwestern extreme of Burgundy near the Loire River, in the department of Saône-et-Loire.

Jean-Claude bought a house in [...]

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    History and Legend: Medieval roots at the Ermitage du Pic-St Loup

History and Legend: Medieval roots at the Ermitage du Pic-St Loup

Legends seem to converge at the Ermitage du Pic St-Loup. The hermitage dates back from the Middle Ages, as the former home of the bishops of Maguelone. The limestone peak or “pic” perched above the vineyards was named for the legendary Saint Thieri Loup, one of three pious, crusading, brothers and suitors to the [...]

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