Tag Archives: Champagne

Matthew Conway

Wine lovers love great wine, right? Most of the highly sought after wines in the world come from very specific sites and vineyards that are well known in the wine community; Richebourg, La Landonne, Cannubi, To Kalon to name a… [Read more...]

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Eric Arnold

The view from the rooftop.

Last weekend, we were invited to a party on a friend’s rooftop on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. On the way there, my wife and I grabbed a $35 grower Champagne at the wine shop, as the hosts were celebrating both… [Read more...]

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Eric Arnold

The bigger question, though, is how to store your wines if you don’t want to invest in or maintain a wine fridge. Here are a few tips: [Read more...]

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Steve Unwin

And we’re back. It’s time for “Terroir, Part Two,” and this time it’s all about location, location, location. Last week we talked about soil composition and you graduated with a license to use the word alluvial. This week we’ll work “macroclimate”… [Read more...]

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Bonnie Graves

Since discovering the miracle of fermentation, humans have been mighty crafty at creating alcoholic beverages across millennia, culture and, importantly, climate. Got rice? The Japanese invented sake. Got corn? Witness the birth of Kentucky bourbon. Live in moody Scotland? That… [Read more...]

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