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Where Did The Wine Rating System Come From?
95-point Chardonnay! 97-point Pinot Noir! 100-point Cabernet Sauvignon! Where did this whole rating system come from and when did it become a thing?Read more...
What Is A Blended Red Wine?
Erin O'Reilly - Certified Specialist of Wine
Wine drinkers tend to gravitate towards what they know, and the wine industry has done a great job of marketing varietal wines. But what about blended wines?Read more...
Why Does Wine Taste Better In A Wine Glass?
Let’s Talk about wine Physics, Baby! If you’ve ever wondered why wine glasses are so expensive (ahem, Riedel) and why you shouldn’t just pull out a red solo cup, the answer is: physics.Read more...
Italian-inspired Cardella Winery creates wine and gourmet food for the world to enjoy.
Its roots are deep within the Tuscan hills of Italy and span a period ...Read more...
Campos Family Vineyards
An award-winning winery that has truly become a community resource and delight for everyone in the area
A new family winery, vineyard and event destination, Campos Family Vin ...Read more...
One of Lodi's top producers of Italian-style wines focuses on rare underdog varietals that are finally getting some well-deserved attention
The Italian word Uvaggio literally means blend in English and offers a ...Read more...
Showcasing unique characteristics and varietals with a spirit of exploration and discovery
It is called Rucksack Cellars in honor of the backpack owner Paul Bush ...Read more...
Fiddletown Cellars focuses on the rich, earthy, complex wines
Fiddletown Cellars was founded in 2009 by Reno Farinelli and winemaker ...Read more...
Cast-Iron Seared Garlic Rosemary Filet Mignon and Cauliflower Mashers
Pair these juicy steaks with the Cardella Sangiovese, Barbera, Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon & Cabernet SauvignonView Recipe
Incredibly simple and delicious accompaniment to this month's wine club shipment! Pour a glass of Uvaggio Barbera and enjoy this juicy and flavorful steak.View Recipe
The Tortilla Española (Spanish tortilla in English) can be found nearly anywhere you go in Spain. This dish is robust, flavorful and can be served for any number of occasions. Definitely a crowd-pleaser!View Recipe