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50+ high-end wines for holiday splurging: 2019 guide

December 17, 2019

Cleveland.com wine writer Marc Bona has followed up his usual $25 and under column with a higher end list of bottles to consider splurging on this holiday season, including the […]

$25 red-wine bottles: holiday gift guide 2019

December 16, 2019

Cleveland.com’s wine columnist, Marc Bona, has published a list of standout wines that can be found locally for $25 and under this holiday season. While most wine shops are on […]

2019 Top 100 Wines of France, Italy and New Zealand

December 5, 2019

James Suckling has released his timely end-of-year “Top 100 Wines of 2019”  lists for France, Italy, and New Zealand. These lists serve to highlight exceptional estates that have produced wines […]

Expert Wine Selections for Everyone on Your Holiday List

November 25, 2019

The Hollywood Reporter has collaborated with a panel of wine industry experts and authorities, such as Jay McInerney and Christian Navarro, to offer thoughtful recommendations of the right types of […]

Old Reliable: Rhône Mainstay E. Guigal’s 2017 Vintage

October 7, 2019

Summarizing James Molesworth’s latest Wine Spectator feature on E. Guigal’s 2017 vintage would not do it justice. We highly encourage you to read through the detailed article, which features several […]

Drink These 50 Wines to Be a French Wine Expert

October 3, 2019

The October issue of Food & Wine offers readers a crash course education on French wine in “Drink These 50 Wines to Be a French Wine Expert,” written by Ray Isle. […]

Drink These 50 Wines to Be a French Wine Expert

August 27, 2019

Ray Isle’s latest feature in Food & Wine offers an education on French wine in “Drink These 50 Wines to Be a French Wine Expert.” He offers an A to […]

The Artisanal Cooperage of the Domaine

August 16, 2019

Since the summer of 2003, Domaine Guigal has been relentlessly committed to improving its knowledge of wine and its surrounding environment. This has lead the Domaine to embark on a great, […]

Understanding Red Wine: How to Decide If Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Malbec, or Syrah Is Your Preferred Style

August 16, 2019

Martha Stewart wine columnist Sarah Tracey published a really informative, helpful resource for readers trying to navigate the many options of red wine on menus and on the shelves. In the […]

Perfect Pairing

August 15, 2019

In the current issue of Wine Spectator, Chef Haidar Karoum of Washington D.C.’s Chloe shares his love of gnudi and the ideal wine pairing for his interpretation of the dish. […]

Master Sommelier Shares Secrets

August 1, 2019

The Panama City News Herald published an interview with VINTUS Italian Portfolio Manager and Master Sommelier Craig Collins, leading up to a Wine Social he’s hosting with Breakthru Beverage Group on […]

Best of the Best

May 28, 2019

Leading luxury publication Robb Report has published is annual Best of the Best issue for 2019. There is a dedicated section devoted to wine, written by columnist Sara Schneider. Unsurprisingly, […]

Wine, etc.: Grenache is an underrated wine you should try

May 15, 2019

Wine writers Tom Marquardt and Patrick Darr wrote about the Grenache grape in their syndicated column in the Capital Gazette, “Wine, etc.: Grenache is an underrated wine you should try.” […]

Here are Some of the Best Wine Choices for Mom

May 7, 2019

Just in time for Mother’s Day, USA Today has published a list of mom-worthy wine recommendations in the piece, “Here are Some of the Best Choices for Mom.” Among the 12 rosé […]

Guigal: The Birth of a Star in Châteauneuf-du-Pape

April 25, 2019

Wine Review Online columnist Michael Apstein has the pleasure to sit down with Philippe Guigal recently, while he was in Boston to launch Château de Nalys, the Guigal family’s property in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. […]

Wine Review: 2015 Guigal Cotes du Rhone Red

April 17, 2019

Jon Christensen, the wine columnist for Ohio’s Columbus Dispatch, has highlighted the 2015 E. Guigal Cotes du Rhone red in his column. In addition to outlining several locations to purchase the […]

Wine Pick of the Week: 2015 E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône

April 10, 2019

The Houston Chronicle’s longtime wine columnist, Dale Robertson, has selected E. Guigal’s 2015 Côtes du Rhône Rouge as the paper’s featured Wine Pick of the Week, rating it 9.1 out […]

Glorious Global Grenaches

March 29, 2019

Food & Wine columnist Ray Isle has featured a handful of his favorite Grenache wines from around the world in the April 2019 issue. In the piece, he urges Pinot […]

Wood Intentions: Producers use bespoke barrels to achieve a desired wine style

March 29, 2019

In the new issue of Wine Enthusiast, contributor Shana Clarke delves into why some of the industry’s leading producers are committed to utilizing custom or bespoke barrels at their wineries. She compares […]

At Just $11, This Portuguese Rosé Is your Shortcut to Spring

March 11, 2019

The Washington Post’s wine columnist Dave McIntyre has an eye towards spring with his latest column, “At just $11, This Portuguese Rosé Is your Shortcut to Spring.”  He writes about some […]