Part 2 of our Sancerre Guide is Here! All About Silex!

Part 2 of our Sancerre Guide is Here! All About Silex!

The wines of Sancerre are getting better and better, which can largely be attributed to two things: better viticultural practices, and a more Burgundian approach to terroir, i.e. single-vineyard or soil-specific cuvées. To get a better look at these changes, there's no better place to look than the flinty (aka "silex") soils on the eastern edges of Sancerre.
JR Thomason
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Our 4-Part Guide to Sancerre

Our 4-Part Guide to Sancerre

Over the last several decades, the name Sancerre has become synonymous with premium dry white wine, making it the safe choice for consumers with no other requirements. As such, it's become one of wine's greatest hits, a wine region with nearly unparalleled brand recognition and customer devotion.
Maggie Scudder
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Our Guide to Madeira is Here

Our Guide to Madeira is Here

Madeira is a wine of history, made by mistake and crafted by circumstance. With the ability to last for hundreds of years, sometimes it is, quite literally, bottled history.
Clara Dalzell
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The Story Behind Vouette et Sorbee

The Story Behind Vouette et Sorbee

You can read the entire story behind this icon of Biodynamic Viticulture HERE on our main blog. The story is fascinating and it gives the already fascinating and expressive wines an enriching context.
Maggie Scudder
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Our Kickass Super Bowl Pairings are HERE

Our Kickass Super Bowl Pairings are HERE

If we’re going to drink wine while watching the game (or just the halftime show), why not choose wines to pair with the most popular game day food

Classic Super Bowl spreads are the greatest hits of American comfort and fast food. It’s Thanksgiving for snacks: pizza, chicken wings, nachos, chili dogs and pretzels. 

With all that in mind click here for our fun picks to pair with your Super Bowl Sunday spread

Maggie Scudder
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It's Here! Our COMPLETE Guide to the Northern Rhone!

It's Here! Our COMPLETE Guide to the Northern Rhone!

How to use this guide

1. Read the previews of each blog post.

2. Click the title links to read the entire post. 

3. Become an expert in the Northern Rhone. 

4. Follow the links in each post to purchase some NR wines. 

5. Become a lover of the Northern Rhone.

(It's that easy!)

Maggie Scudder
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Our Cornas Guide is finally HERE!

Our Cornas Guide is finally HERE!

For years, Cornas was just another “value” village of the Northern Rhone, with a reputation more like St. Joseph, say, than Cote Rotie or Hermitage. It was deemed “rustic” and a source for “country” wine. Things have changed!  

Read the full guide HERE

Jeff Patten
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Your Guide to Choosing Party Wines

Your Guide to Choosing Party Wines

Whether you're trying to please a crowd of 50 co-workers, impress a new friend, or showing your appreciation to a gracious host, buying wines for a party can be tricky! Peruse our list of wines, which is organized by occasion, to find the right wine for you.
Margaret Scudder
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Our Holiday Gift Guide is Here!

Our Holiday Gift Guide is Here!

Our goal is to alleviate some of the stress that holiday wine gifts can bring.

Hopefully you can have some fun while choosing the perfect bottle for everyone on your list.

We've got recommendations for every type of wine drinker: Gifts for the Wine Geek, Gifts for the New (but interested!) Wine Drinker, and--my personal favorite--stocking stuffers. 

Margaret Scudder
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Flatiron's Guide to Cote Rotie: Out Now!

Flatiron's Guide to Cote Rotie: Out Now!

We've finally released our simple (but definitive) guide to Cote Rotie. We cover the history, geography, top sites, producers and more!

You can read the full post over, in our main Flatiron blog, HERE

Margaret Scudder
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