NYT Wine School: The Northern Rhône

NYT Wine School: The Northern Rhône

In his latest Wine School, Asimov encourages an in-depth study of three distinct Northern Rhône terroirs: Crozes Hermitage, St. Joseph and Cornas. He sheds light on how amazing it can be to see how even the slight differences in climates or soil type can drastically change the character of a wine made with a single grape variety. 
Valerie Pimpinelli
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Paloumey 2016: Elegance in the Médoc

Paloumey 2016: Elegance in the Médoc

Listening to young winemaker Pierre Cazeneuve talk during a visit to Bordeaux in 2018, we could sense that he was interested in more than simply continuing tradition, and it was clear that Paloumey was a producer to follow.
JR Thomason
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Featured: The Cat's Out of the Baga!

Featured: The Cat's Out of the Baga!

Now, there’s a good chance you haven’t heard of “Baga” or at least haven’t looked into the grape too much. We hope today changes that for you. Wine lovers are likely to compare Baga to Pinot Noir or Nebbiolo, especially when they struggle to describe its singularity and unique charms.
Joshua Cohen
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Ochota Barrels Wines and Australian Wildfire Relief

Ochota Barrels Wines and Australian Wildfire Relief

We are celebrating Ochota Barrels' punk rock wines, which have recently been gravely affected by the wildfires in Australia. In addition, we have included donation links to several causes in need of support, so please join us in giving what you are able.

 

Maggie Scudder
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