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Paso Robles | An American Town Known for Rhone

Jan 27, 2012  |   Contributor: Touring & Tasting

When Gary Eberle planted the region’s first Syrah vines in the mid 1970s, he knew he was onto something big — but he didn’t know how big.... Read More

Castello di Ama Winery Visits Towne Stove and Spirits for Dinner on February 2

Jan 19, 2012  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Next month, Boston’s Towne Stove and Spirits will host an evening with the Castello di Ama winery showcasing the beauty of the Sangiovese grape from the heart of Tuscany.... Read More

Matanzas Creek Winery of Santa Rosa, California | Award Winning Wines & Impeccable Reputation

Jan 17, 2012  |   Contributor: Touring & Tasting  |  1 Comment

Cradled between three mountain peeks in Sonoma County's small, fertile Bennett Valley, Matanzas Creek Winery crafts distinctive wines that speak to this beautiful, singular place.... Read More

B Cellars Winery of Calistoga, California | Old World Techniques Mixed With a Love of Wine

Jan 3, 2012  |   Contributor: Touring & Tasting

Not yet ten years old, B Cellars Winery is already redefining winemaking and modernizing old World techniques. B Cellars grew out of the combined passions of Jim Borsack and Duffy Keys.... Read More

The Chanel Wine Label Designed by Karl Lagerfeld

Jan 30, 2012  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Chanel is of course one of the world’s most legendary fashion houses. But did you know that they also have a celebrated winery?
Founded in 1661 by Pierre de Rauzan, Château Rauzan-Ségla, located in the heart of the Margaux appellation of France’s Bordeaux region, was acquired by Chanel in 1994.... Read More

Etude Wines Made From Eco-Friendly Practices in Carneros, California

Dec 12, 2011  |   Contributor: Touring & Tasting

Aptly named “etude” after the classical music term for a focused study or technical exercise to perfect technique, Etude Wines is dedicated to mastering the craft of winegrowing. The winery was founded 25 years ago by Tony Soter who firmly believes that great wines are grown and not made.... Read More

Italian Sausage Soup Paired With Barrel Select Merlot

Dec 5, 2011  |   Contributor: Linda Kissam

Here’s a yummy fall pairing you’re sure to love. The sausage soup is to die for and when paired with the Château Julien affordable ($15) 2009 Barrel Select Merlot — we definitely have a fall time winner.... Read More

Trione Vineyards & Winery of Geyserville, California

Nov 23, 2011  |   Contributor: Touring & Tasting

As a tribute to the distinctive grapes of the Alexander and Russian River Valleys, the Trione family founded Trione Vineyards & Winery and started making wines of its own.... Read More

Sequoia Grove Winery | Award Winning Cabernet Sauvignon of Napa Valley

Nov 18, 2011  |   Contributor: Touring & Tasting

If there’s a sweet spot in the Napa Valley for Cabernet Sauvignon, Sequoia Grove Winery holds a front row seat— with 22 estate acres in the heart of the valley’s Rutherford Bench.... Read More

Hotel Healdsburg | Your Wine Country Hideaway

Nov 16, 2011  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

No one needs to entice me to visit wine country. I could probably pitch a tent in a vineyard and be content with the charm of the Californian countryside and the aromas of a culinary rich landscape. Fortunately, though, I didn’t need to brush up on my Girl Scouts skills on a recent trip to Sonoma.... Read More

The Greater Boston Beverage Society Shakes It Up at House of Blues on November 13

Nov 9, 2011  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

On Sunday, November 13, The Greater Boston Beverage Society will host "Shakin’ It Up!" at House of Blues from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. The event will be a carnival of the cocktail featuring live music and comedy, hors d’oeuvres, cocktails galore and The Left Bank vs. Right Bank Bartender Competition, a battle to determine which side of the river is home to the Boston-area’s best bartenders.... Read More

A Wine Discovery Week in the Douro Valley of Portugal

Nov 9, 2011  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

Though wine has been made in Portugal since Roman times, the country’s spirits industry is experiencing a rapid rebirth as the world discovers its distinctive and increasingly acclaimed wines, especially from the renowned region of the Douro Valley, where the country’s eponymous Ports are made.... Read More

Napa Valley Wine Tours in a Porsche Panamera

Oct 20, 2011  |   Contributor: Eric Rosen

It’s harvest time up in Napa. The sun is shining, the grapes are ripe on the vine and it’s time to make some world-class wines. That also makes it the perfect time for you to plan getaway to California’s premier winegrowing region, which also happens to be one of the world’s great luxury destinations.... Read More

Colgin Cellars | Behind the Scenes with Ann Colgin in St. Helena, California

Oct 18, 2011  |   Contributor: Carrie Coolidge

Colgin Cellar's Ann Barry Colgin believes research and development is everything in the wine business. As the statuesque Texas native walks through her magnificent and incredibly well stocked wine cellar where she keeps her private collection, she points out wines from all over the world; from Burgundy and Bordeaux regions of France to Super Tuscans from Italy and wines from the Central Coast of California. There are wines that date back to 1889 and there are large format bottles as well, including an enormous one that contains 18 liters of wine, which is the equivalent to two cases.... Read More

Chateau Montelena Opens Tasting Room at The Westin St. Francis San Francisco

Oct 13, 2011  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Chateau Montelena, the historic Napa Valley winery and The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square, announces the opening of the winery’s Tasting Room in the world famous hotel on Union Square.... Read More

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