Shop the TOP FIVE wine trends of 2020

Shop the TOP FIVE wine trends of 2020

From domestic Chardonnay to the stellar 2016 Brunello, from first-looks at 2019 Burgundy to Hungarian adventure winnes--here's how to buy the top wine trends of 2020.
Jeff Patten
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Barolo's Unsung Communes: The Stories of Smaller Villages

Barolo's Unsung Communes: The Stories of Smaller Villages

Our newest blog post is the last of our Barolo Commune Guides! Read on to shop Barolo from the last 6 villages--including one of the most coveted Barolo producers.
Jeff Patten
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Serralunga d'Alba: The Barolo-iest Barolo There Is!

Serralunga d'Alba: The Barolo-iest Barolo There Is!

Serralunga is famous for being even more Barolo-like than Barolo (the village) itself. The power and finesse for which Barolo has become famous is the staple of Serralunga Barolo. 
Jeff Patten
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Just landed! Our Guide to Barolo is here!

Just landed! Our Guide to Barolo is here!

As the years tick by, we've watched as Barolo has gotten more and more popular. No longer is it just a geeky alternative--it is a fine wine! A staple at big bottle parties! And, we think it's time to treat it a bit more like Burgundy. 
Maggie Scudder
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Should you age Beaujolais?

Should you age Beaujolais?

We built a collection of age-worthy Beaujolais! So peruse, and grab a six pack: some to drink, some to cellar and drink over the next few years. 
Jeff Patten
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We love the Women of Beaujolais!

We love the Women of Beaujolais!

Some of Beaujolais’ top names just happen to be women’s names! Camille Lapierre, Anne-Sophie Dubois, Mee Goddard, and countless others are taking over a family business or starting estates of their very own. This, unfortunately, is simply not the historical norm. 
Maggie Scudder
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Color map of the 10 Crus of Beaujolais

We've Updated our Guide to Cru Beaujolais! (And you get up to 17% off!)

Cru Beaujolais is getting so much attention these days. Now is the time to read our guide--right in time for Thanksgiving! Shop by Cru or peruse our favorites.
Joshua Cohen
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Taste the Future of Beaujolais

Taste the Future of Beaujolais

No wine region is more exciting right now than Beaujolais. 

And the world of wine is richer for it.

Here are our top recommendations based on the trends we’ve seen in Beaujolais winemaking.

Maggie Scudder
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Our New Beaujolais Guide: What is Natural Wine? And where did it come from?

Our New Beaujolais Guide: What is Natural Wine? And where did it come from?

20 years ago, “natural wine” was the freaky stuff drunk after-hours in Williamsburg and the East Village. Today, collectors around the world chase bottles of natural wine as passionately as DRC – and pay top dollar for some of them.

Where did natural wine come from, and how did it spread so far and so fast? 

In a word: Beaujolais

Joshua Cohen
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Map of Beaujolais' three classifications

Leveling Up on Levels of Beaujolais -- Our New Post is Up!

We’ve got an entire blog post full of fun details, which will dive further into the nitty-gritty of these three levels of Beaujolais. 

So, why don’t you kick back with a glass of wine (our suggestions are below) and read on!

Joshua Cohen
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Beaujolais Blog Bonanza! We can't get enough!

Beaujolais Blog Bonanza! We can't get enough!

Beaujolais has been a hit at Flatiron wines since we opened. 

It's the perfect wine for us -- or the perfect wineS, since really, Beaujolais means a so many different things--from the festive Beaujolais Nouveau and Beaujolais wines we like to crush with friends, to the beautifully expressive Beaujolais Villages, right on up to the exceptional, terroir-specific Crus.  

Maggie Scudder
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Everything you need to know about the Wachau!

Everything you need to know about the Wachau!

The Wachau Valley is the epicenter of Austria’s greatest wines. In fact, to many wine consumers, the wines of the Wachau are the wines of Austria. 

While that sentiment sells Austria short, ignoring many diverse and excellent wine regions, it’s not baseless. The Wachau’s vineyards, defined 1,000 years ago by local monks, are known for producing some of the world’s greatest white wines. 

Clara Dalzell
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