The Best Rosés To Sip All Summer Long
Rosé is known to be one of the most diverse types of wines because it can be made from any kind of wine-bearing red grapes. So whether you prefer something juicy and floral, or dry and herbaceous, there’s a rosé out there you’re sure to love.
The Best Wines To Drink This Spring (And What To Serve Them With)
Put away your winter coats (and heavy winter wines). This spring, give your at-home wine list a spring cleaning and take your pick of this fresh crop of wines that are just right for the season.
Wine Is One Of My Favorite Things On The Planet; Here Are 25 Bottles I Really Love
With so many different grape names, regions, and confusing jargon, navigating the world of wine can be overwhelming. But drinking delicious wine doesn’t have to be overly complicated.
Why You Should Explore The World Of German Pinot Noir Wines
Did you know that Germany is the third largest producer of Pinot Noir wines in the world? Joe Micallef sat down with Romana Echensperger, MW, one of Germany’s leading authorities on Pinot Noir.
German for Great Wine? The Word is Riesling
Why oenophiles are increasingly buying up rieslings from Germany.
The 11 Best Rieslings to Drink in 2021
Culinarily speaking, Germany is known best for its bratwurst, pretzels, sauerkraut and beer. But in the wine department, Germany is near-synonymous with riesling.
When It’s Cold Outside, Ice Wines Are The Antidote To Drink Inside
The story goes that ice wines were discovered by accident when a German baron left his estate one summer’s day for one war or another, neglecting to tell his peasants to pick the grapes and make wine in the fall.
A Tribute to Wilhelm Haag, ‘Father of the Renaissance of German Wine’
Wilhelm Haag of Weingut Fritz Haag in the Mosel, one of Germany’s most heralded Riesling producers and a figurehead in the region, passed away December 16, 2020 after a recurrence of cancer. He was 83 years old.