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Every once in awhile, we get emails and calls from customers who have basic wine questions. What’s the best kind of corkscrew? How is Champagne different from Cava or Prosecco? Was Carlo Rossi a real guy? (Yes, but his name… [Read more…]

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Matthew Conway

If you have been following this blog, you know that my summer was filled with rosé, rosé, rosé. Sure, I also like to drink some high-acid, aromatic whites and a few light-bodied reds, such as Sancerre Rouge. All these wines… [Read more…]

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Audrey Luk

Our superstar Member Services team tastes all of the wines live on Lot18, making them a go-to resource for any questions you might have about a bottle you are considering. Here, Andrew Grimm and Janine Beydoun chat about why rosé… [Read more…]

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Audrey Luk

Flounder, shrimp and mussels in parchment

“This is it!” a dinner guest exclaimed. “Vouvray is our family wine.” After tasting it, I wished I could have hopped in my DeLorean, hit 88 miles per hour and stocked my family’s wine rack with the 2010 Clos Le… [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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