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Modular Wine Rack - 40 Bottle

Modular Wine Rack - 40 Bottle

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Sourced from the finest sustainable tree plantations in Indonesia, this rack is durable, beautiful and eco-friendly! Hand-cut and hand-sanded for even coloring and grain, and less …More info

$79.99

Bottle Bouquet Wine Rack

Bottle Bouquet Wine Rack

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Display your bottle upright or bottoms-up on this entertaining wine rack. Dramatic look for a party.

$24.99

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30 Bottle Wine Rack

30 Bottle Wine Rack

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This natural wood finish commercial grade and expandable wine rack is quick to assemble, sturdy and easy to expand vertically or horizontally using rack connectors and additional racks.

$69.99

Wine Arch 6 Bottle Wine Rack

Wine Arch 6 Bottle Wine Rack

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The wine arch is an architectural feature since ancient times. Great space saver for the counter; holds six bottles.

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Metalla 6 Bottle Wine Rack

Metalla 6 Bottle Wine Rack

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This metal wine rack is an excellent addition to your kitchen countertop. This wine rack is made of sturdy metal and features a stylish design that holds 6 bottles of wine for ideal …More info

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Bamboo Arch Rack 6 Bottle

Bamboo Arch Rack 6 Bottle

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This supportive design is both practical and easy on the eyes. Made of durable bamboo, the arch shape allows of easy accessibility and is quick to assemble with the five bamboo rods.

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30 Bottle Wine Rack Extension Kit

30 Bottle Wine Rack Extension Kit

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Easily double your 30 Bottle Wine Rack to hold 60 bottles by using this easy to build extension kit vertically or horizontally on your existing rack. Metal pieces match the metal …More info

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Rabbit Bamboo Wine Rack - 8 Bottle

Rabbit Bamboo Wine Rack - 8 Bottle

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Try this beautiful, durable and affordable wine rack from Metrokane. Made from sustainably-grown, furniture-quality bamboo, this rack features a polished chrome hinge and holds eight …More info

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Wine Bottle Tags - 50 pack Epic

Wine Bottle Tags - 50 pack Epic

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Keep track of and organize your wine collection with these tags that let you identify and label each bottle. Record the product, age and vintage information. Lets you breeze through …More info

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Bottle Stopper Wood, Wine Bottle

Bottle Stopper Wood, Wine Bottle

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Re-cork your favorite vintage in style with these handsome bottle stoppers featuring decorative 'wine country' medallions. The three colorful porcelain medallions are mounted on …More info

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Vacu Vin Click Rack Set 10 Bottles

Vacu Vin Click Rack Set 10 Bottles

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A fast, easy way to store wine on the counter or in the closet. Keeping 10 of your favorite bottles at the perfect angle, it is easy to put together, and makes the perfect gift for …More info

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Bottle Stopper Rabbit 2 Pk

Bottle Stopper Rabbit 2 Pk

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Designed and priced to stop traffic, these stoppers seal wine and soda bottles air-tight. Happy colors and shiny stainless tops make them downright irresistible. A great addition to …More info

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Wine tanks. Before it is bottled, wine can benefit from judicious exposure to oxygen at various times. One technique that's used is called “racking,” in which the wine is moved from one barrel or tank …read more
The wines of Costières de Nîmes [Ko stee air de neem] and Lirac [Lee rack] are without a doubt, some of the best buys in France. Ranging from wonderfully fresh and easy drinking to a fuller bodied, more …read more
Wine decanter Allowing a wine to “breathe” is simply a process of exposing it to air for a period of time before serving. Exposing wine to air for a short time, or allowing it to oxidize, can help …read more
Everyday, our trained staff is swirling, sniffing and tasting wines to make sure that they are ready for your party and your guests. We love to help make your planning a little bit easier by taking the stress out …read more
Monteviejo vineyard at Valserrano in Rioja. While Spain’s wine history dates back thousands of years, traces of chronological events started with the Phoenicians, who arrived on the coast of Spain in 1100 …read more
Champagne Region in France Champagne. The name itself evokes thoughts of celebration, romance and special occasions. Nothing is more useful to mark a special occasion than opening a bottle of …read more
Home   >  Wine Emergency It’s always the right time to enjoy a great glass of wine! Starting with bubbly mimosas with brunch, crisp chardonnay with lunch, and a bold …read more
Champagne Grapes Champagne. The name itself evokes thoughts of celebration, romance and special occasions. Nothing is more useful to mark a special occasion than opening a bottle of Champagne. This wine has …read more
Photo: Australian Wine Export Council We are now ready to make an assessment of the wine—both novice taster and expert alike. The process for wine tasting and evaluation is precisely the same on either side …read more
Chardonnay grapes. Chablis is the “Golden Gate” of Burgundy. This sleepy village does not look the part of the world’s most famous wine town. Located a mere two-hour drive from Paris, it is …read more
home   >  Old World Wines: Find Your New Favorite Portuguese Wine France Italy Spain Portugal Germany Austria   Old World Wines: …read more
Sangiovese Chianti [Key AHN Tee] is a blend of several grapes with Sangiovese representing at least 75 percent or more of the blend. With more than 200 classified vineyards producing Chianti Classico alone, the …read more
American craft brewers have taken the English Barley Wine style to new dimensions of interpretation, as American Barley Wine has a more assertive hop character than its English counterpart, often with strong, pungent …read more
The Barossa Valley in Australia If you know a little about American wines you can quickly become knowledgeable about Australian wines. This “down under” continent is located in the Southern Hemisphere, …read more
Steeped in history, generations of grapegrowers and winemakers have crafted wines since 1877 at the facility now owned by Napa Wine Company. Location certainly plays a part. The winery is ideally situated in Oakville, …read more
Château Dauzac’s 99 acres of vines are on a single block of deep, gravelly soil in Margaux. Vineyards have existed here since the 13th century. The first thing that impressed us on our tour of the property …read more
A map of the winegrowing regions of France. [Enlarge] No other country in the world produces a larger volume of quality wine than France, and no other country produces it in such diversity. No other wine producing …read more
Traditionally the strongest ABV beer brewed by English breweries, many beer enthusiasts today revere English Barley Wine for its historic symbolism of early craft brewing and pushing the boundaries of what beer can …read more
Producing more grapes than any other Italian wine region, Sicily is ripe for wine exploration. Located off the coast of Italy’s “toe,” the island—which is the largest in the …read more
Monterey, California It is easy to view the California wine business as a new and fast-paced industry that has risen out of nowhere. We see an amazing proliferation of new wines and wineries, new labels and …read more
home   >  Take a Tour of the Best French Wine Regions Tour de Wine Wine Alsace Bordeaux Burgundy Champagne Loire Provence Rhône  …read more
home   >  The Perfect Game Day Drinks for Your Game Day Food Our experts have a great game plan to help you plan your party! The Star Players: Beer for the …read more
Home > Wine Madness > White Wine Division: Clara Brut Buy Now Clara Brut Dry, Peach, Toast, Full-bodied Varietal Sparkling Region North Coast, CA Pairs WithAppetizers and desserts  …read more
Strong Ale and Barley Wine selections include multiple Old World and New World beer styles that are big in flavor and generally high in alcohol (6 percent ABV or higher), yet do not fall into another established …read more
Ruby Port is a blend of wines aged in bulk for two or three years and then bottled young while still ruby in color. After bottling, it is ready for immediate drinking and will not improve with age. Ruby Port is sweet, …read more
The name Vino Nobile di Montepulciano [Vee-no No-bile dee Mawn-tay-pul-cheon-no] derives from two facts: the ancient town of Montepulciano, which sits atop a volcanic-rock hill surrounded by several wine vineyards, …read more
Red Wine Tannin (or tannic acid) and oak are usually present together. It is detected primarily in red wines since it is an acid found in the pigment of grape skins and new oak. Tannin can be felt in the middle of …read more
Tasting Red Wines The last impression of a wine is the finish: The taste that stays on the palate after the wine has been swallowed. The length of the finish is the final indicator of the wine's quality. That …read more
home   >  Spanish Wine Tasting Events and Deals   Spanish wine producers and owners great Spanish wine from all over the country about Spanish wine …read more
Home   >  Welcome Back! Check out Our Deals Welcome back! We know that it can be tough to find your new favorite bottle—with our selection of more than 10,000 items, …read more
Almost every country and wine region in the world makes a sparkling wine using locally produced grapes. From the international varietals of Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir, to Shiraz in Australia, …read more
Southern California wineglass If you've never seen 8,000 different wines, 3,000 different spirits and 2,500 different beers totaling close to a half a million bottles — all in one …read more
A distant cousin to Syrah, Petite Sirah (puh-TEET-see-rah) produces a deep-colored, robust, and peppery wine that packs plenty of tannins and has good aging ability. Although not as popular as Cabernet Sauvignon, …read more
Screw Top Your sommelier ceremoniously pulls the cork on your bottle of wine. The aromas of violets or plums should fill the air, but you smell the unmistakable funky reek of mold. It is another …read more
Grape Vines Where a vine is grown will also help determine its ability to produce. Mountain-grown vines are notorious for their meager crops. Getting two to three tons per acre off a mountainside vineyard is an …read more
If you could put spring in a bottle, what would it taste like? Petals! The vibrant floral package reveals a wine bursting with crisp, fruity flavors and a hint of sweetness that captures the spirit of spring. Petals …read more
Vintage port is a blend of the highest quality wines of a single year or vintage from the best vineyards in the Cima Corgo or the upper Corgo River and is bottled after spending two years in wood. Vintage Port accounts …read more
Cabernet Sauvignon Grapes Cabernet Sauvignon [Cah-bare-nay so-veen-yawn] is the king of the red wine grape varieties. It offers wonderful flavors consisting of blackcurrants, blackberry, chocolate, tar and …read more
Merlot Wine Grapes Merlot [Mare-lo] has captured the attention of the everyday wine consumer because of its fresh, ripe fruit appeal. It offers red fruit components such as cherry, plum and currants with hints of …read more
Dating back to medieval times, Château Olivier is one of the oldest estates in Bordeaux, replete with a moat and towers. This beautiful château is situated on a very special terroir in Pessac-Leognan. The …read more
In 1959, the Palombo family moved to Tuscany from Naples, and Luiano Palombo made his start as a winegrower, receiving much help from the local peasants. His passion for winemaking grew to great heights, and he passed …read more
The Nony family has managed their ancient vineyards for three generations. Spreading out over very diverse soils, these vineyards produce wines that best express all the complexity and the richness of their terroirs. …read more
Mura Mura sakés honor their heritage by being crafted with four pure ingredients: rice, water, yeast and koji. Classically trained saké brewers use high-quality (Ginjo) short-grain rice from California …read more
The tiny Champagne house of Bernard Brémont is a Proprietaire-Recoltant, a grower who carries out all of the operations to make their Champagne entirely on their property— from harvesting and pressing to …read more
In our wine stores, we organize major-varietal-labeled wines together. Accordingly, Chardonnay wines with the varietal name—Chardonnay—on the front label we set together, regardless of what part of the …read more
Albrecht Worker The history of the Albrecht family as vine growers can be traced back to 1425. The family settled in the town of Orschwihr in the early 1700s. Since then, the family has tended vines and produced …read more
caption---->credit----> Philip Togni’s first vines were planted at 2,000 feet, near the top of Spring Mountain in the Napa Valley in 1981. The first wines he produced were Cabernet and Sauvignon Blanc in 1983. …read more
A specialist in the Côte de Nuits for five generations, the vineyards span 22 acres across a number of vineyards in Vosne-Romanée, Gevrey-Chambertin and Flagey-Echézeaux, including holdings in the …read more
Château de Nages owner Michel Gassier pouring for our team Due to Michel Gassier’s travels, Château de Nages has become the star, shedding a bright light on the obscure appellation of …read more
Conde de Caralt, in the Penedes region of Spain, is one of the most popular brands of Cava in Europe today. The predecessor of Conde de Caralt, Cavas Carbo, was acquired by Jose Maria de Caralt Borrell, the Count of …read more
Duckhorn Estate House Co-founded by Dan and Margaret Duckhorn in 1976, Duckhorn Vineyards has been crafting classic Bordeaux varietals from the Napa Valley for nearly 30 years. This winemaking tradition has grown …read more
Since 1917, the historic San Antonio Winery has been an oasis of good living and culture in the heart of Los Angeles. For over 90 years, the Riboli family has owned and managed the only producing winery in Los Angeles …read more
Lo Zoccolaio Vineyards The estate of Lo Zoccolaio takes its name from the idyllic location in Bricco di Barolo. The exposure of the vineyards is considered to be one of the best locations for the maturation of the …read more
Dramatic sky over Bordeaux, France In 1853, Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild, a member of the English branch of the family, bought Château Brane-Mouton and renamed it Château Mouton-Rothschild.  …read more
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIFORNIA (January 14, 2013) – Total Wine & More, America’s largest independent retailer of wine, beer and spirits, has launched a new food and wine pairing app exclusively for the …read more
Meet Our Beer, Spirits & Wine Experts in the Roseville, MN Store Grand Opening Meet the Team Store Location Event Schedule Derek Hopper | Store …read more
home   > Top 15 Wines of Summer Under $15 The Hot List for 2013 Out of thousands of wines, our wine team focused on taste and value to bring you the Top 15 Wines of Summer. …read more
caption---->credit----> When Russell Bevan and Victoria De Crescenzo began dating in 1995, they would play a blind tasting game they called “Guess the Wine.” At this point they did not realize they were on …read more
Château Chevalier wines are produced from grapes grown on the eastern slope of the Mayacamas mountain range which is within the Spring Mountain District of Napa Valley. These wines are for wine enthusiasts who …read more
The Asti Denominazione di Origine Controllata Garantita (DOCG) is located in the southeastern part of the Piedmont region near the town of Asti. This DOCG area produces Italy’s most famous sparkling wine: Asti …read more
Alberto Siegel, the son of a Chilean viticulturist, grew up among grape vines. After high school, Alberto worked in German wineries before returning to Chile in 1971 to work for Bayer. His position with the German …read more
Château Bel-Air is located in the heart of the appellation of Lussac-Saint Émilion. It is owned by Jean-Noël Roi and has been in his family for over 100 years. Originally they sold their wine to …read more
In 1973, Ambassador John L. Loeb, Jr., owner of Sonoma-Loeb, acquired two prime parcels of vineyard: one on the Russian River and one in Alexander Valley. The vineyards are directly adjacent to the famous Robert Young …read more
This family domaine was created in 1928. Edmond Duclaux sold all of his grapes to E. Guigal until 1978 when he opted to do his own bottling. It was not until 2001 that brothers Benjamin and David Duclaux took over and …read more
The history of the Pichon family goes back to the Middle Ages. Since then, numerous family members have played a role in the history of Bordeaux. In 1851 Raoul de Pichon-Longueville built the current château …read more
In 2001, Pieter Vercuil and partner Nico Bacon, who had been growing and trading table grapes for 20 years, decided to follow their dream of producing wine made from organically grown grapes. Their passion for growing …read more
Since its founding in 1972, Caymus Vineyards has focused its attention on Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley. Charles F. (Charlie) Wagner, his wife Lorna B. Wagner and their son Charles J. (Chuck) Wagner built …read more
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Husband and wife team Tim and Lani Holdener, who started the operation in the Lodi Appellation several years ago, have scoured California's premium vineyards to find the best grapes for over seven Zinfandels bottled …read more
Owner and winemaker Mauro Sebaste, son of Sylla, a true Langhe wine legend opted to leave his family’s winery after his mother’s premature death to start his own venture. Urged along by his strong passion …read more
The Château de Ferrand was built during the reign of Louis XIV. It was purchased by Baron Bich (of Bic pen fame) in 1978 and is now the property of his children, who have kept the estate intact and renovated …read more
Scotch Ale, also called Wee Heavy—derived from the late 1800s when Scottish brewers commonly sold their strong ale in small 6oz bottles called “nips” or “wee” bottles, Scotch Ale is heavy …read more
Gueuze—sometimes seen as Geuze—and pronounced “gerz,” “gerz-ah,” or “gooze,” depending on where you are, whom you ask and who’s saying it, this style of Lambic …read more
One question we get all the time is “What do you use to take notes on a wine?” Well there are many “tasting sheets” as there are people to make them up. We have seen 100-point systems, 10-point …read more
Traveling to the south of Portugal, southeast of Lisbon, is the sparsely populated plain called the Alentejo. Known as the bread basket of Portugal, the Alentejo region is also home to a large number of …read more
Prosecco A white wine that is made from the Glera grape that is grown primarily in the eastern part of Italy’s Veneto region. Prosecco [Pro-SAHY-coh] is made into lightly sparkling (frizzante), fully …read more
Sake is made from rice and is not really a wine at all, but more akin to a beer, as shown in its production methods. The quality of sake is usually based on how much of the rice has been polished or milled. Plum …read more
Valpolicella countryside, Italy. Valpolicella [Vol-pole-ee-CHEL-la] is a very important red wine DOC zone located in northeastern Italy’s Veneto region. It is situated between Bardolino and Soave just north …read more
Amarone [Ah-ma-ROH-nay] is considered one of Italy’s best red wines. To make Amarone, the ripest red grapes are selected from each bunch, and they are spread out on reed mats and left to dry. When …read more
João Paulo A rabelo boat at the Douro River in Porto. The wines of Portugal are considered to be some of Europe’s best kept secrets. Nestled between Spain’s western coast and the Northern …read more
The wines of Mâcon-Villages (mah-kawn vee-LAHZH), which are only white, must be produced within 43 listed villages toward the south of the region. The top villages are allowed to attach their names to the word …read more
Italian vineyard. Italy is one of the world’s premier wine exporters. It is practically a nation of vines, and yet, the majority of the selections produced are largely unfussy, simple table wines meant to be …read more
Rosé Wine Definitely worth mentioning are the delicious and enjoyable rosé wines produced throughout southern Rhône. Dry wines come from the rosé cru appellation of Tavel, a few …read more
Portugal’s largest Denominação de Origem Controlada (DOC), Vinho Verde, is located in the northwestern corner of the country in the Minho region. Due to its cool marine exposure from the Atlantic …read more
Médoc wines are produced from vineyards located just north of the village of Saint-Estèphe and are flanked by the Gironde River and the Atlantic Ocean. The Médoc (pronounced may-dahk) is located …read more
Vineyard sunset in Bordeaux, France. The red wines of Saint-Estèphe (sant-es-steff) are known for their depth of color and powerful robust character. The full flavors and firm structure lead to wines that …read more
This is a lesser-known wine-producing village at the northern end of the Côte de Beaune. Pernand-Vergelesses (pehr-NAHN vehr-zhuh-LEHSS) shares the same two Grands Crus as Aloxe Corton: Corton (red wines) and …read more
Côte Chalonnaise (kaht shah-low-NEHZ) is a continuation of the slopes of the Côte d’Or, separated from them by the valley of the Dheune River. The grape varieties are the same as those of the …read more
Village of Piesport on the Mosel River. German wines are the most misunderstood in the world. The best vineyards lie as far north as grapes can be persuaded to ripen. Many vineyards are on land unfit for normal …read more
Pessac-Léognan (pay-sac-lay-oh-nyahn) is the highest quality area within Graves. Here you will find Château Haut-Brion, the only First Growth property outside the Médoc. The soil of …read more
Saint-Véran (san vay-RAHN) has always played second fiddle to Pouilly-Fuissé. It was given its appellation status in 1971 when the government recognized that the Chardonnay they produced in the chalky …read more
  Located on approximately the same latitude (46 degrees north) as the great French wine regions of Bordeaux and Burgundy, Washington wine regions include 11 federally recognized American Viticultural Areas …read more
Wine Grapes from Argentia Argentina is the largest wine producer in South America. Most of Argentina’s wine is consumed within the country; however, exports have recently begun to increase dramatically. In …read more
White grapes growing in Willamette Valley. Oregon wineries are generally small and decentralized within each official wine region of the state. They are often winemaker or family-owned. Most Oregon wine country …read more
Pommard (paw-MAHR) is the most full-bodied red wine of the Côte de Beaune, with intense red- and dark-fruit flavors and ripe tannins. This velvety wine is lush and round with an alluring bouquet. There are slight …read more
Village of Gevrey-Chambertin. Gevrey-Chambertin [zhuh-VRAY shahm-behr-TAN], the largest commune in the Côte de Nuits of Burgundy in France. It produces red wines ranging from the elegant style, with refined …read more
The Dolcetto grape produces lighter style, easy-drinking reds which are filled with sweet red fruit flavors and aromas, including ripe cherry and currants. Native to the land where it flourishes, the Piedmont, …read more
#cm-content-section p { font: 13px/1.34 sans-serif;} Waiheke, New Zealand Though much smaller than its neighbor Australia, New Zealand is making a big impact on the world wine scene. This pristine country …read more
The wines of Saint-Émilion (san-tay-mee-lee-yawn) are less tannic and generally more fruit driven in flavor than those of the Left Bank. Merlot thrives on the plateaus high above the Dordogne River, where the …read more
Napa Valley Vineyard The Napa Valley is California’s most famous and widely recognized winemaking region. It is the symbol as well as the center for top-quality wine in California. Napa Valley is the region …read more
The cellar at Château Lynch-Bages in Paulliac region of Bordeaux. Pauillac (poy-yac) is considered the wine capital of the Médoc. If one had to single out one commune in Bordeaux to rank at the top, …read more
Vosne-Romanée (vohn raw-ma-NAY) is often called the jewel in the Côte de Nuits crown. Its fame stems from worldwide recognition of its seven illustrious Grand Crus, which sell at stratospheric prices. …read more
Mercurey (mer-ker-EH) is the most important of the commune appellations. Only about 4 percent of its production is white. The whites of Mercurey are wonderfully crisp and elegant with aromas of mineral and flavors of …read more
Château Margaux Margaux (mahr-go) is the largest commune on the Left Bank and is home to Château Margaux, the esteemed First Growth. Its soil layer is the thinnest of all communes and drains well, …read more
Andes Mountains, Chile. Spanish missionaries established Chile’s first vineyards in the mid-16th century. They planted the Paísgrape, which was the primary grape for Chilean wine over the next 300 …read more
The village of Vougeot (voo-ZHOH) is located in the Côte de Nuits and is most often associated with the 124-acre Grand Cru vineyard, Clos de Vougeot. This appellation contains about 40 more acres, which are split …read more
Château Langoa Barton in St. Julien region of Bordeaux. Saint-Julien (pronounced san-jolee-ehn)has perhaps the highest overall standard of quality and consistency of all the Left Bank communes. Its proximity …read more
Volnay (vawl-NAY), often described as the Queen of Burgundy, offers feminine-style reds known for their elegance, finesse, soft tannins and delicacy. Red-fruit flavors dominate on the palate and the lovely perfumed …read more
A Albrecht Alliance Loire Amici Cellars André Lurton Angeline Winery Anthony Barton Apex Cellars Arroyo Seco Vineyards Avenel Cellars Azienda …read more
Deep amber to dark brown colored and topped by a creamy, dense, off-white head, Belgian Dubbel-style ales are typically rich and complex, highlighting a malty sweetness evocative of chocolaty caramel. Sometimes …read more
Often showing a bit more body than Belgian Strong Pale Ales (also described in this section), Tripels are typically a clear or hazy pale to deep gold color and display a creamy white head. Belgian and Abbey Ale yeasts …read more
Piedmont Region, Italy. Italy’s most widely planted and adaptable grape, Barbera [Bar-BEAR-Ah] excels in Asti and the Alba regions of Piedmont. Straightforward and easy drinking, this wine typifies the …read more
Renowned above all the brandies, Cognac has a smoothness and character of its own, often with an uncanny fresh grape sweetness. A common misconception is that all French brandy is Cognac. In fact, Cognac comes from …read more
The essential difference between the Scottish Ale and Scotch Ale styles is alcohol strength, with Scottish Ale being the lower of the two in ABV. Historically, Scottish Ale had three variants denoting strength: 60/- …read more
Kegs Can I order kegs online? Yes. We are happy to offer kegs for sale online (pickup only) in all of our retail locations. If you do not see a keg available for the brand you are looking for, please call your …read more
Total Wine & More Chateau in Bordeaux, France For white wines, only sweet whites from Sauternes and Barsac were ranked from first great growth to second growth. Within each category, châteaux are …read more
Sexy Wine Bomb Red Blend, 750ml Intense, Cherry, Strawberry, Medium-bodied Fall in love with Sexy Wine Bomb! A provocative fusion of sultry red varietals, there's no doubt this wine knows how to have a …read more
home   > Import Wines for a Summer Stay-cation   Staying home this Summer? Travel the world with our exceptional selection of wines from all over the globe! Make a …read more
Greece, the cradle of modern wine culture, has been making wine for thousands of years. The Greek wine industry is experiencing an exciting and radical transformation, making wines based on local varieties as …read more
South-Eastern Australia is a catch all super-zone geographical area encompassing most of the wine producing areas of Australia, including South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria. It allows the mega-wineries to …read more
Pinotage [Pee-noh-TAHJ] is a South African cross of Pinot Noir and Cinsault (which the South Africans call Hermitage, thus the derived name). This red-wine grape was bred in 1925, but it was not until wines made from …read more
Vineyards in Bordeaux. Some wines are offered under the Bordeaux or Bordeaux Supérieur Appellation Contrôlées (AC). Bordeaux’s primary appellations, which cover the entire region, are …read more
Navarra [nah-VAHR-RAH] is located south of Pamplona in the southern part of the Navarra province in north-central Spain. The dominant grape is Garnacha (Grenache), although Tempranillo is gaining in popularity. …read more
Hillside in Umbria. This wine-producing region located in central Italy is bordered on the west by Tuscany and on the east by the Marches. Some of Italy’s most famous wines, like the whites from the Orvieto …read more
Castle of Clavijo in Rioja. The Rioja [ree-OH-hah] DOCa area is located in northern Spain around the town of Logroño and along the Ebro River. The name comes from Río Oja, a tributary of the Ebro. …read more
One of the most well-known appellations is Piesport, in Germany, a wine-producing village located in the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer region along a south-facing horseshoe shaped bend in the Mosel River. The Michelsberg …read more
The wine town of Toro [TOUR-row] evokes images of Spain’s romantic medieval heritage. Ruined castles, Roman bridges and vineyards punctuate the dusty Castillian plains. The stunning Romanesque Colegiata church …read more
Located northwest of Madrid near Portugal’s northeast corner, Rueda is not far from the city of Valladolid. This area is known for high-quality white wines made from Verdejo, although other varieties like Viura …read more
This DOCa is located within the larger Tarragona DO in the southern part of Spain’s Catalonia region. Because the region is mountainous, the vineyards are terraced, clinging to steep hillsides. The land …read more
Continuing south of the Douro into north-central Portugal is the Dão [DOWNG] region, which is known for big, full-bodied reds. Although it was once controlled by local cooperatives, independent producers are …read more
Southwestern France is a region which includes all of the wine districts in the South Western part of the country, with the exception of Cognac and Bordeaux. Bergerac, Cahors, Buzet, Monbazillac, Gaillac, Madrian, …read more
Grape harvest in La Mancha. The La Mancha DO is Spain’s, as well as Europe’s, largest designated quality-wine area. Ninety percent of it 420,000 acres of vineyards is planted with Airén. Thanks …read more
With its wide diversity of terroirs, Corbières [kawr-BYAYR], located just south of Minervois, is authorized to use primarily Carignan with lesser amounts of Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Mourvèdre. The …read more
When the northern geographic lines of Italy were redrawn in 1918, parts of what is now northern Italy had previously been parts of Austria. Even today, the German-speaking majority of this beautiful area resist any …read more
Hunter Valley, Victoria Tucked into the southeastern corner of the Australian mainland, the warm-climate regions of Murray Darling and Swan Hill are situated along the Murray River in the northwest of the state. …read more
Vineyards in Alsace. The wine of Alsace (Al-zass) reflects the curious situation of a border province. A traveler at the time of the French Revolution found it incredible that this land, so clearly intended by …read more
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Located in Italy’s southeast section, Apulia [AH-POOL-YUH] (Puglia in Italian) is the wine region lying in the “heel” of Italy’s boot-shaped land mass. There are numerous grape varieties …read more
Terraced vineyard in the Douro region of Portugal. Immediately south of Vinho Verde is the mountainous region of the Douro. The region follows the river with the same name and carries two DOC statuses, one for …read more
Map of the winegrowing regions of Tuscany. Hillside vineyards with altitudes of 150 to 500 meters supply the vast majority of the better-quality wines. The Sangiovese vine, which is the backbone of the regional …read more
Vineyards near Abruzzo. Abruzzi (Abruzzo in Italian) is a very mountainous region located east of Rome on the Adriatic Sea about midway down the coastline. The main grape variety used for white wines is …read more
Vineyard in the Haut-Médoc region of Bordeaux. Before venturing south to Graves (pronounced grahv), it is important to discuss the districts of Médoc and Haut-Médoc. The Haut-Médoc …read more
Burgundy region, France. Burgundy, one of the world’s most famous wine producing areas, is located in eastern France, southeast of Paris. It consists of five major regions: Chablis, Côte …read more
Vineyards in Chateauneuf-du-Pape are strewn with a deep later of stones, known as galets, which retain the heat of the sun and help the ripening process. The Rhône Valley is the oldest established winemaking …read more
A Vineyard in Barossa Valley With a rich history dating back to 1847, a profound and unique Silesian (German) influence, the Barossa Valley is one of the most famous wine regions of South Australia and, indeed, …read more
Santenay (sahn-tuh-NEH) is the last major village in the southern part of the Côte d’Or. Santenay is just north of the next major Burgundian subregion, the Côte Chalonnaise. Because the Santenay AC is …read more
Spier Vineyad At the southern tip of Africa, where two mighty oceans meet in the shadow of the landmark Table Mountain, lies one of the most breathtakingly beautiful wine regions in the world. Known locally as the …read more
p { font: 13px/1.24 Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; } Gamay grapes. What is the most successful and lucrative wine produced in Burgundy? The answer is Beaujolais (boh-zhuh-LAY). These red wines are made …read more
The vineyards of the Monterey region The Monterey region, which stretches along Highway 101 from the city of Salinas south to the San Luis Obispo County border, is home to some of the best vineyards in California. …read more
Mosel. The Mosel River is the sinuous spine of the region formerly known as Mosel-Saar-Ruwer and now just as the Mosel. The river changes direction frequently as it flows northeast toward the Rhine, meandering …read more
Piedmont region, Italy. Piedmont (“foot of the mountain”) is located in northwestern Italy in the shadow of Europe’s greatest mountains, the Alps. Piedmont is hemmed in by the Alps on three …read more
The winemaking region around Tours is truly ancient. It dates back to at least the Romans, as does the town of Tours itself. Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc  really thrive in this region as does Chenin …read more
A DO area in northwest Spain’s Galicia region, Rías Baixas is adjacent to Portugal’s northern border. The word Rías refers to this region’s numerous wide channels, similar to fjords, …read more
South of Côte Chalonnaise is the Mâconnais (mah-kawn-NEH) district, which extends southward for 30 miles, past the city of Mâcon and overlaps the northern edge of Beaujolais. The three major …read more
The vineyards of the Sierra Foothills West of Sacramento in the Sierra Mountains, famous for the gold rush, is the Sierra Foothills appellation. More than 100 wineries existed in this area before Prohibition. …read more
California's Central Coast This 300-mile-long appellation runs along the Pacific coast and covers counties from the San Francisco Bay area all the way down to Santa Barbara County. The cooling and moderating …read more
Verona hillside, Italy. With the Alpine mountain ranges dominating a third of the area, and foothills leading to flat rice fields at the base, Veneto [VEH-neh-toh] is the most geographically diverse of the Italian …read more
The Loire River From its source in the Cévennes mountains, the Loire River flows through almost 625 miles of peaceful green countryside, ancient towns and magnificent châteaux before reaching the …read more
John Reynell planted grapes at Reynella in 1838 and later employed a young laborer named Thomas Hardy. In so doing, the foundations were being put in place for two wine dynasties that were to dominate the region for …read more
Grapes growing in Provence Provence is in southeastern France. It is bounded on the east by Italy, on the west by the Rhône River Delta and on the north and south by the Alps and the Mediterranean. Provence …read more
Gigondas [Gee-gone-das] is located six miles northeast of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, and produces some of the most underrated wine in southern Rhône. Although some produced in a light and fruity style, most …read more
One of the newest appellations of the Rhône Valley, Vacqueyras [Vah-keh-Rahs] is located only a few miles north of Gigondas. Vacqueyras acquired its appellation status in 1990, becoming the fifth of the …read more
The vineyards of Alexander Valley Home to many excellent wineries and vineyards, the Alexander Valley stretches from the upper Russian River to the city of Healdsburg and north to Cloverdale. Cabernet Sauvignon …read more
Uruguayan winemakers have cast this once-anonymous grape in a starring role. In its former life, Tannat [Tan-NAT] played only a bit part. Known as the red grape of Gascony—a landlocked region in southwest …read more
Vineyards in Côte d’Or. South and east of Chablis is the famed Côte d’Or (pronounced koht Dor), where the most renowned wines of Burgundy are produced. Here east- and southeast-facing …read more
Alto Adige region, Italy. This zone covers most of the northern portion of Italy’s Trentino-Alto Adige region. Alto Adige [AHL-toh AH-dee-zhay] is located in northeastern Italy, bordered by Lombardy on the …read more
The vineyards of Carneros Carneros straddles the southernmost portions of both the Sonoma and Napa Valleys and lies north of the San Pablo Bay (an offshoot of the San Francisco Bay). The cool climate results from …read more
Sonoma County Vineyard Napa Valley may be the most California’s most famous winemaking region, but Sonoma Valley is the true birthplace for fine wine production in the state. Agoston Haraszthy arrived in …read more
Fog overtakes the Sonoma Valley. Sonoma Valley is Sonoma County’s oldest winegrowing area. The Sonoma Valley runs parallel to the Napa Valley one mountain range over to the west. Chardonnay fares well in the …read more
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Generally amber to copper-brown in color, English Strong Ale bottle-conditioned versions may contain yeast sediment. Aroma and flavor complexities reveal themselves in the varying combinations of malts, fruity esters …read more
French for “beer that has been kept/guarded” this variation of the Farmhouse Ale style originated in northern France and was traditionally brewed at the end of the cooler months and kept in cool cellars …read more
This interesting white grape is capable of producing a broad range of wines from the light, crisp and dry styles produced in Washington State and California to the great sweet, honey like wines of the Loire Valley in …read more
Lalande-de-Pomerol is a satellite commune of only 2,500 acres of vineyards located just north of Pomerol. The vineyards, which produce only red wine, are planted on relatively light, gravelly, sandy soils with the …read more
The village of Savigny-Lès-Beaune (sa-vee-nyee lay BOHN) is located between Beaune and Aloxe-Corton. The Savigny-Lès-Beaune AC, which surrounds this village, is the third largest producing appellation in …read more
In the next area, it is important to discuss the winegrowing region located between the Garonne and Dordogne Rivers. The largest appellation here is Entre-Deux-Mers (ahn-truh duh merr), which literally translates into …read more
Côte de Beaune The Côte de Beaune (pronounced koht duh BOHN) produces a variety of impressive reds, but it is renowned for its extraordinary whites made from Chardonnay. With such impressive …read more
Brunello di Montalcino Vineyard Brunello di Montalcino is produced in the village of Montalcino, near the province of Siena. This designated DOCG region takes the name of the grape, Brunello, a clone of …read more
Rosso di Montalcino is made from the same grape variety as Brunello and comes from the same vineyards. The differences, other than the cost and DOC designation, are that the grapes are selected from younger vines and …read more
Rosso di Montepulciano [Ross-o dee Mawn-tay-pul-cheon-no] is made from the same Sangiovese grape as Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and is similar in style. Though usually lighter and ready to drink at a younger age, …read more
From an age-old traditional brewing practice in the West Flanders region of Belgium, the complexity of Flanders Red Ale is marked by an often-pronounced acidic, sour character from the natural occurrence or addition …read more
For those who seek a bit of mystery and intrigue, don’t look further than Belgian Strong Dark Ale. Mystery comes with the complexity of the beer, which is largely determined by the brewer’s intent. …read more
English Brown Ales originated as bottled versions of Milds, with two primary types. Southern English (London) Brown is dark in color, sweet and fruity and is not well-known in the United States, as few examples are …read more
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This is an appellation in France’s Alsace region that produces dry sparkling wines that must be aged for a minimum of nine months. The grapes allowed in these wines include Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir …read more
Located along the Duero River in northern Spain, Ribera del Duero [ree-BEHR-ah del DWAY-roh] is halfway between Madrid and the Atlantic Ocean. The Duero River becomes the Douro (the famous Port river) in Portugal. …read more
These appellations, centered around the town of Fronsac on the Dordogne River, northwest of Saint-Émilion, produce only red wines. The wines of Fronsac are Merlot-based with small amounts of Cabernet Franc …read more
Cabernet Franc is light in tannin and has a distinct violet and raspberry bouquet. At its best, it is filled with red-fruit flavors with nuances of herbs and is relatively approachable at a young age. More adaptable …read more
Russian River Valley Vineyards The Russian River Valley extends just south of the town of Healdsburg to the San Pablo Bay in the west. It has the coolest climate of all the regions in Sonoma because of the fog …read more
Vineyard in Dry Creek Valley Situated to the north of the Russian River Valley, the Dry Creek Valley rests above the fog line. The days start with cool mornings and turn warmer later. This combination of …read more
In the 1950s, the renowned Martin Ray of Mount Eden Winery was the first winemaker to bring prominence to this area. Located in the beautifully forested mountain range from which it takes its name, the Santa Cruz …read more
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Glassware is key nowadays when it comes to beer. It’s not imperative, but would you drink wine out of the bottle? No. You’re going to pour it into a glass. The same treatment and respect should be done …read more
A Well-Balanced Red Wine The art of making wine is difficult and multifaceted. There is always a degree of unpredictable variation within the grapes, the soil and the climate. What a winemaker chooses to do with …read more
A Sweet Wine The tip and top of your tongue are the areas that detect sweetness. One key aspect in the taste of different wines is the degree of sweetness or dryness. Simply put, a dry wine is a wine that is not …read more
Some very old elm trees, which no longer exist on the estate gave their name (Orme means “elm in French) to this property which dates from the 18th century. Located in the hamlet of Pez in Saint-Estéphe, …read more
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Côtes-du-Rhône [Coat-dew-Roan] and Côtes-du-Rhône Villages [Coat-dew-Roan-vee-lahg represent the majority of the plantings in southern Rhône. The Côtes-du-Rhône red wines, …read more
Bladder wine press. Putting a wine through the press separates the liquid from most of the solid matter. The choice of when to press depends on how much color, flavor and tannin the winemaker wants to extract from …read more
A Complex Red Wine This is one of those terms wine geeks use to make people's eyes glaze over! Perhaps a culinary analogy will serve to clarify complexity. Imagine you are making a fresh salsa. You begin with …read more
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Asti Spumante shares this DOCG with a related wine, Moscato d’Asti DOCG, which is made similarly but in a frizzante (instead of fully sparkling) style. The main difference between the Asti Spumante DOCG wines …read more
The Syrah-based reds of the Crozes-Hermitage [Croze-air-me-taj] and Saint-Joseph [San sho-zef] appellations produce delightfully fruity wines to full-flavored, medium-bodied reds with soft to firm tannins. …read more
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Châteauneuf-du-Pape [Shat-toe-nuff-dew-pahp], the most prestigious appellation of the southern Rhône, produces an array of red wines. With 13 grape varieties allowed in the blending of …read more
Syrah dominates as the red grape used to produce the full-bodied, rich and complex wines of these two prestigious northern Rhône appellations. With intense flavors and aromas of raspberry, currant, pepper and …read more
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  What is wine? Just over 19 million acres of the world's surface is planted with grape vines. The grape vine tolerates a fairly narrow climatic range. It needs a growing season long enough to complete the …read more
White Wine The acidity of a wine is one of its most appealing characteristics, enhancing its refreshing, crisp qualities as well as enabling wines to be paired with foods so successfully. Acidity complements foods …read more
Grapes with Botrytis Cinerea Dessert wines are such an amazing addition to any dinner or gathering. Whether you are offering a variety of cheeses, fresh fruit or a decadent chocolate torte, there is a dessert …read more
Red Wine Most dry white wines are slightly yellow in color, but while a white that is just released may start out exhibiting pale yellow-green hues, as it ages it will take on a deeper shade of gold, reflecting a …read more
Enjoying wine is like many other activities: The more knowledgeable you are, the greater the enjoyment. Watching a football or baseball game is more fun when you understand the rules and strategies by which the games …read more
Albariño is a low-yielding, high-quality white wine grape grown in Portugal’s Vinho Verde, as well as in Spain’s Galicia region. Although reasonably productive, these grapes are so thick skinned that …read more
Grown in and indigenous to Spain’s Rueda region, though also cultivated in the neighboring regions of Toro and Ribera del Duero, Verdejo produces full-bodied, yet crisp wine with a rich, nutty flavor. …read more
Nebbiolo grapes Nebbiolo (nay-bee-OH-loh), produced at its best, is capable of producing the biggest, most full-bodied wines in the world with intense concentration and firm tannins. The flavor and aroma profiles …read more
Testing the Aromas of a White Wine The Oxford English Dictionary partially defines flavor as “the element in the taste of a substance which depends greatly on the cooperation of the sense of smell.” …read more
Reisling Grapes Riesling [REEZ-ling] is one of the noble grape varieties and is capable of producing a variety of extraordinary white wine styles, and is most known for the sweeter-style German …read more
Wooden barrels for aging. What does wood aging do to a wine? There are three aspects to consider, the wood it is made from, the size and shape of the cask, and the age of the cask. Oak is the preferred timber …read more
Muscat grapes Grape family used for winemaking; comprised of hundreds of varieties that range in color from white to almost black. Muscat grapes are grown in temperate climates around the world in Italy, France, …read more
Tempranillo vines in Spain. The Tempranillo (tem-prah-NEE-yoh) grape is as important to Spain as the Cabernet Sauvignon grape is to the Médoc. The great reds of Rioja and Ribera del Duero are Tempranillo …read more
Tawny Port is a blend of wines, aged in wood for anywhere from 5 to 50 years (much closer to 5 for the basic versions) until it loses color and acquires an amber-orange hue. Tawny Port is generally slightly drier …read more
Malbec Grapes The flagship red grape of Argentina, Malbec [MOWL-beck] was once popular as a blending grape in Bordeaux, where it is still one of the permitted varietals. Malbec plays a supporting role in many …read more
Florence and Henri-Louis Fagard Although the Fagard’s presence in Bordeaux is relatively recent, their vineyards date back to the days of the Roman Empire, when the vines were first planted in what became …read more
Gewürztraminer Gewürztraminer translates to “spicy grape” with loads of exotic, spicy fruit flavors including lychee, citrus and peach. Gewürztraminer is most known for the astonishing …read more
Pinot Noir Grapes Wines made with Pinot Noir [Pee-no-nwarh] are known for their elegance and refinement. They often possess an exotic bouquet along with a velvety, mouth-filling texture. Pinot Noir exhibits …read more
Fermentation testing Fermentation is the conversion of sugar, by the interaction of yeasts into alcohol with a by-product of carbon dioxide (CO2) gas. Because they get their flavor from grape skin, most red wines …read more
Chardonnay grapes on the vine. Chardonnay [Shar-doe-NAY], in general produces wines, which are dry to medium dry with pear, apple, tropical or citrus fruit flavors. When little to no oak aging occurs, …read more
Shiraz Grapes Syrah [See-rah] (or Shiraz [Shih-RAHZ] in Australia) is relatively easy to grow and produces wines from the easy-drinking, fresh style to the intense, full-bodied and highly concentrated style. The …read more
Grenache vines in the Rhone Valley. Grenahce is an alluring red-grape variety is known for its abundance of red-fruit flavors which include currant, cherry and raspberry. These same flavors dominate the aroma. …read more
Zinfandel Grapes Uniquely American, this exuberant red wine is capable of producing top quality red wines that can rival Cabernet Sauvignon. It offers an array of flavors including black and red fruit, spice, …read more
Viognier grapes Viognier has recently increased in popularity among consumers. Most known as the principle white grape variety in the northern Rhône, Viognier is capable of producing extraordinary wines with …read more
Grape Vine Climatic conditions and weather patterns such as rain, hail, frosts, droughts, windstorms and temperature influence how a grape cluster forms and ripens and what kind of quality it will produce. When …read more
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Sauvignon Blanc grapes in Australia. This dry white wine grape offers distinctive flavors of citrus fruit, melon, fig, herb and sometimes grassiness. Sauvignon Blanc [So-Vin-YAWN-Blonk] can also offer vanilla …read more
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Grape Vines Trellising systems influence how vigorous a grapevine becomes and how much sun exposure it receives; factors which in turn influence how grape berries and clusters ripen. Vigorous rootstock can lead to …read more
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Harvest at Shingleback WInery in Australia. Vintners must determine the optimal time to harvest their grapes. Often the decision is influenced by the weather and the size of the crop. Once harvest approaches, a …read more
Sorting the harvest at the Martin Ray Winery in California. Once the grapes are harvested, they are rushed to the winemaking facility. Once picked, higher quality wineries choose to sort again to remove rotted, …read more
Silver Oak Cellars Ray Duncan came to Napa Valley for the first time in the late 1960s to help a childhood friend work out a vineyard deal in the fledgling California wine industry. Ray was a savvy entrepreneur …read more
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The Hot List for 2012 Out of thousands of wines, our wine team focused on taste and value to bring you the Top 15 Wines for summer. Whether it’s picnics and reunions or firework shows and poolside parties, …read more
Viña Chateau Los Boldos, located in the Cachapoal valley of Chile, has been producing fine wines that present consumers with terrific value since 1991. The vision of the company was to produce French-styled …read more
The Ben Ami series of wines is produced by the Segal Winery, making wines in upper Galilee for six generations. With recent investments to vineyards and winemaking facilities, along with the continued involvement of …read more
The origins of Domaines Cyril Gillet go back to 1607. Successive vintners, from father to son have continually improved the quality of its wines. Current owner Cyril Gillet continues this long line of excellence. The …read more
Kudos winemaker Laurent Montalieu Kudos is crafted by NW Wine Company – a custom winegrowing facility, facilitating all aspects of the viticultural and winemaking processes. Under the supervision of owner …read more
Avenel Cellars wines are exclusive to Total Wine & More and handcrafted by renowned winemaker Marco DeGuilio. Some of the best soils in California anchor the vines used to create the delicious Avenel Cellars …read more
Arneis is a white wine grape that originated (and is still primarily grown) in the Roero hills of Italy’s southern Piedmont, just north of Alba. Once nearly extinct, Arneis has made a comeback in recent years. It …read more
Soria has a long tradition of grape growing and winemaking, traceable to the end of the 19th century. In operation for more than 100 years, Soria is a leading producer in the region focusing on “spumanti” …read more
For more than 200 years, the House of Deinhard, located in Loblenz, Germany, where the waters of the Rhine and Mosel meet, has been recognized for excellent German wines the world over. Deinhard’s superb …read more
Owner Courtney Benham has long-term contracts with some of the best winegrowers in California and has produced award-winning wines for years. We spent some time with winemaker Bill Batchelor on our last visit to …read more
Amici is, at its core, a story about friends. In 1991, a group of friends with a passion for good wine crushed a few tons of grapes in the Napa Valley for their personal cellars. The resulting wines received such …read more
Our team tasting sparkling wines at Louis Bouillot Sparkling wines from Burgundy first appeared in the early 19th century. Jules Lausseure, a merchant based in Nuits-Saint-Georges, pioneered the process as …read more
The wines of Fabla hail from the up-and-coming Calatayud region of Spain which enjoys a growing reputation for producing world-class Garnacha (Granache). Produced from hand-harvested grapes from high-elevation …read more
François Montand is a true-value Blanc de Blancs sparkling wine made in a brut style. Crafted from the perfect blend of two European varietals, Ugni Blanc from France and Airen from Spain, each offers basic …read more
In 1872, the Gurpegui family began its trajectory in the Spanish wine-growing scene. Nearly a century and a half after the first member of the Gurpegui family inspired the creation of what is today one of the most …read more
Throughout Tuscany, Sangiovese (san-jo-VAY-zay) produces wines that are crisp and lively with savory, cherry fruit flavors and soft to ripe tannins. The refined red-fruit flavors of better quality Sangiovese also …read more
In 1988, the Northwest’s most prominent wine retailer and distributor, Harry Alhadeff recognized the potential of Washington’s wine industry. As an entrepreneur, Harry set out to revolutionize Washington …read more
Finca Los Maza is a state-of-the-art winery that continues an old family legacy. The Maza family wine tradition dates back to the early years of the 20th century and the love of the vine was carried on from generation …read more
Grands Chais de France is the largest sparkling wine producer in the world. While based in the Alsace region of France but maintains wineries in several other locations in France as well as in Germany. Well-known …read more
Clos du Marquis is the second wine of Château Léoville Las Cases, arguably the top Second Growth and making wine of First Growth quality. An outstanding wine it its own right, many critics believe this to …read more
The Taft Street story began in the 1970s, when John Tierney and friend Mike Martini began making wine in Mike Tierney's garage on Taft Street. The reputation of the "garagistes" wines (referring to small lots …read more
The legend of Samuel Z. Truscott captures the history of California’s wine industry. In the summer of 1849, Truscott crossed the California Sierras looking for gold. After several successful years as a partner in …read more
From a centuries-old commitment to quality from the birthplace of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the Boisset family has long recognized the strong resemblance between the terroir of their native Burgundy and that of Sonoma …read more
ASV Wines, Inc. is one of the largest wineries and grapegrowing operations in California. ASV is family-owned, with two generations currently managing this substantial company. Currently, they have three …read more
White wines, produced primarily from Viognier in the northern Rhône and Roussane, Marsanne and Grenache Blanc in the south, account for 3 percent of the wine production of the Rhône Valley. Most …read more
Cooper Station offers the wine consumer great value for the money. Produced in limited quantities, the Cooper Station portfolio showcases the finest varietals and appellations that California has to offer. These richly …read more
It may surprise people that a nation known for warm beaches and a sun-drenched coastline has the climate to produce white grapes made into sparkling wines. Cava is the official name for sparkling wine produced in …read more
For nearly 600 years, this fine 210 acre estate has been planted with top-quality vines, and has had the rare privilege of producing both white and red wines of exceptional class, justifying its worldwide reputation.  …read more
Château Guibon is located in the east of the commune of Daignac, in the lpart of the Entre-Deux-Mers that lies along the Left Bank of the Dordogne, nine miles south of Saint-Émilion. The estate possesses …read more
What is viticulture? Viticulture is a term that oenologists, enthusiasts, and amateurs should know, or try to know, very well. The making of wines falls into two parts: the growing of the grapes, or viticulture, and …read more
Our wine team visits Domaine Patrick Javillier During a two-week excursion through the wine-producing regions of France, the staff of Total Wine & More had the pleasure of meeting Patrick Javillier. …read more
Located in the province of Verona, in the village of Pedemonte, Accordini is a master of the Ripassa style of winemaking and the Corvina grape variety in particular. Guido Accordini represents the third generation of …read more
Most regions throughout the United States attempt to produce wines from popular grapes such as Chardonnay and Cabernet, whether their soil and climate are well suited or not to growing them. Pilot Mountain understands …read more
Courtney Benham hosts a tasting for our team Over the years, Blackstone winery founder Courtney Benham developed many strong relationships with growers and vineyard owners throughout California. His multiple …read more
Dr. Andrew Hedley started the Framingham label in 2001 with the intention of making the finest wines from the region. With his singular focus on quality, Framingham continues to deliver wines that are a step-up from …read more
Heredad Ugarte is based in the best spots of Rioja Alavesa, Laguardia and Labastida. The use of the two sites allows Ugarte to achieve the proper combination between location, soil and grape varieties to create fine …read more
Château Megyer is classified among the “Grand Cru” vineyards of the legendary Tokaj region, in the northeast corner of Hungary. For more than four centuries, these vineyards in the foothills of the …read more
The impeccable reputation of Château Latour began in the 19th century, when the estate was classified as a First Growth in 1855. Between 1963 and 1993, Château Latour cam under British stewardship, and …read more
Martin Ray Winery In 1990, Courtney Benham was walking through an old warehouse in San Jose when he chanced upon a forgotten treasure — 1,500 cases of library wines, dating back nearly four decades, …read more
Five miles west of Saint-Estèphe and Pauillac, lies the small region of Cissac and within it, the Fabre family’s estates. Cissac is within the Haut-Médoc, an area that runs alongside the most …read more
Different varieties of grapes will produce wines with distinct flavor characteristics. In the New World, often the soil and climate of a region will determine the best grape types to plant in a particular vineyard. In …read more
Wine is simply fermented grape juice. The natural yeasts on the grape skins convert the sugar in the juice to alcohol. The basic chemistry is simple, but making fine, complex wines is far more involved and there are …read more
Peter Zemmer (l) with Alfio Moriconi In 1878, at the foot of Santa Maddalena near Bolzano, Fritz Kupelwieser founded a cellar that still bears his name. In the beginning, Fritz Kupelwieser produced renowned red …read more
View from Dr. Heidemanns' vineyards The Weingut Dr. Heidemanns—Bergweiler, one of the most renowned estates in the Middle Mosel, is owned and operated by Dr. Peter Pauly and wife Helga. Their properties …read more
The Dr. Loosen estate has been in the same family for over 200 years. When Ernst Loosen assumed ownership in 1988, he realized that with ungrafted vines averaging 60 years old in some of Germany’s best rated …read more
Our wine team at Luc Pirlet Just imagine the spellbinding Languedoc and the alluring aquamarine creeks of the Mediterranean coast and the majestic backdrop of the snow-capped summit of the Pyrenees. Imagine …read more
Located several miles south of the town of Saint-Émilion, Château Montet is situated on prime real estate with 135 acres of vineyards located on the clay-limestone slopes overlooking the Dordogne River. …read more
Rocca Felice estate Our search for stunning wines brought us to the beautiful rolling hills in northwest Italy known as Piedmont. The southern region of Piedmont hosts the growth of the Nebbiolo grape, the base …read more
caption---->credit----> Truett-Hurst is owned by a team of industry veterans with one mission: to prove that world-class wines can come from a biodynamic winery. With the reputation of the winemaker, commitment to …read more
Our team at Domaine Jean Monnier & Fils In 1720, the Monnier family established their domaine in Meursault. Composed today of 42 acres, it is one of the rare domaine’s of the “Côte de …read more
Wine has been made at this estate since 1756. In 1931, the Moueix family of Château Magdelaine, Château Trotanoy and Château Pétrus fame, purchased the property. Under the direction of Alain …read more
As part of the Felix Solis group, Pagos del Rey controls sizable vineyard areas in some of Spain’s premier growing regions. The Condada de Oriza winery in Ribera del Duero and the Analivia winery in Rueda are …read more
The Thanisch family has been involved in the wine trade for more than 350 years, with the oldest official documentation in Bernkastel dating 1636. The Thanischs purchased the famous Bernkasteler Doctor vineyard in the …read more
Wine cannot be good without the respect of the man who creates and produces it, and without the respect of nature." This is the fundamental principle spirit. Improving each step of the wine production process is …read more
Evergreen Vineyards was founded in 1989 with the purchase of a small Pinot Noir vineyard in the lush, fertile land of the Willamette Valley, Oregon's internationally renowned wine country. The vineyards, now totaling …read more
Hugl Weine is a young family-run winery located in the north-east of Austria, in Ketzelsdorf-Poysdorf. The owners Sylvia and Martin Hugl aim to produce dry, full-bodied wines that are typical of the region and the …read more
In 1931, 70 enthusiastic winegrowers joined “to make wine together,” laying the foundations for what today is Viticoltori Friulani La Delizia. The company comprises approximately 1,000 skillful …read more
Château Pibran is a very famous vineyard on one of Pauillac’s finest gravelly outcrops. Located in the north of the appellation, it borders Châteaux Lafite, Pontet-Canet and Lynch-Bages. The …read more
This beautiful ancient baronial estate dates back to the 1500s. A succession of noble owners have run the property, the most recent being the Count de Guigne. The Rustmann family, with ties to Château Talbot, …read more
This prestigious firm was founded in 1740 with the goal of finding and producing small, quality-oriented selection of wine for the discriminating consumer. Over the last 263 years, they have done just that and …read more
The history of the Pilastri family dates back to the year 1000. A noble family from Ascoli Piceno, they boast a rich and fascinating past, including ancestors who were priests and leaders. Count Saladini Pilastri's …read more
This 300-mile-long appellation runs along the Pacific coast and covers counties from the San Francisco Bay area all the way down to Santa Barbara County. The cooling and moderating effect of the ocean on air …read more
This Rioja discovery of Winchester Virginia Importer Fran Kysela is a great value. Produced by a large co-op of growers, the Union de Cosecheros of Labastida, this 100-percent Tempranillo is hand harvested from the …read more
The Martin Family Vineyards and Winery is owned by a team of industry veterans with one mission, to prove that world-class wines can come from a biodynamic winery. With the reputation of the winemaker, commitment to …read more
The Cellar at Château Haute-Bages Liberal The name of the property originates from its geographic location, virtually atop the “Bages” plateau between Pauillac and Saint Julien, and the first …read more
Located on the Right Bank of the Gironde River, Château du Bois Chantant has exceptional terroir. Its proximity to the famous town of Saint-Émilion accounts for the high proportion of Merlot in its blends, …read more
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Baldacci Family Vineyards was a lifelong dream for Thomas Baldacci, a grandson of Italian immigrants. In 1997 when he and his family purchased their vineyard, located on the southern slope of a gentle knoll in …read more
Château Garraud A perennial staff favorite, Château Garraud is sourced from Merlot and Cabernet Franc vines with an average age of 40 years. The vineyards are in a prime location for sun and …read more
Muscat grapes Grape family used for winemaking; comprised of hundreds of varieties that range in color from white to almost black. Muscat grapes are grown in temperate climates around the world in Italy, France, …read more
Coelho Winery produces world-class wines that reflect an incomparable Portuguese heritage and spirit. Credit goes to second-generation Portuguese-Americans Dave and Deolinda Coelho, who in 1991, planted vines on a …read more
Château Lynch Moussas is situated on a lovely gravel outcrop and forms part of the magnificent classified growth region surrounding the town of Pauillac. The Castéja family have owned grands crus in …read more
The Dubois family first became involved in winemaking in 1885. A century later, Richard Dubois and his wife, Danielle, took over the family business. Due to the love and care with which Richard’s parents had …read more
The vineyard at Chappellet When Donn and Molly Chappellet founded Chappellet in 1967, their goal was to create world-class wines that mirrored the great First Growth Bordeaux. From their first vintage, …read more
Our team at River Road Family Vineyards and Winery River Road Family Vineyards and Winery is family-owned and -operated, located in The Green Valley of The Russian River Valley in Sonoma County, California. …read more
Titus Vineyards is a family-owned, family-farmed estate producing high-quality grapes for limited production, ultrapremium Napa Valley wines. The Titus story began at a time when the California wine industry had not …read more
Winzer Krems Winery Austrian white wines have recently become the darlings of Manhattan’s best restaurants. Mouth-filling and bracingly elegant, they transform meals and convert hardened Chardonnay drinkers. …read more
This is the story of an extraordinary love affair between a man and the land; a love affair that has lasted for nearly a half century between André Lurton and the vineyards of Bordeaux. This is symbiosis in its …read more
Pinot Grigio vineyard in Italy Currently the most popular white wine produced in Italy, Pinot Grigio [Pee-noh GREE-gee-oh] is mostly grown in the northeastern regions of Italy. It thrives in Valdadige and …read more
Our Wine Buyers have searched high and low for a California sparkling wine that provided exceptional quality and value. We finally found a sparkler that we know you will enjoy, Kingsley. The team behind the wine are …read more
Oak Ridge Winery was founded in 1934 as a winemaking cooperative of local growers in Lodi, California. During the last 5 years an historic landmark has been transformed into a state-of-the-industry winery. Today Oak …read more
Château Lafite-Rothschild The Rothschild name is legendary in the wine world. Château Lafite-Rothschild is arguably the most prominent and prestigious wine property on the planet.  The winery …read more
Château Pindefleurs has a long, celebrated history in Saint-Émilion, dating back to 1625 and including ownership by the Dior family of haut couture fame, before being purchased in 2006 by Dominique Lauret, …read more
#cm-content-section p { font: 13px/1.34 Arial } Since 1975, the Levine family has been producing award-winning wines, made exclusively from grapes grown on their two estate vineyards. The Chardonnay comes from …read more
Juan Pablo de Simon (l) with his sons Pablo (c) and Jaime (r) The Valserrano line of wines is crafted at Bodegas de la Marquesa located in Spain’s Rioja Alavesa region. These outstanding wines are …read more
Dominican Oaks is produced by the Zaninovich family, one of the largest family-run operations in California. Like the very popular brands produced by the Zaninovich’s Arroyo Seco Vineyards in the Central Coast …read more
Chardonnay grapes going into the crusher-destemmer at the Martin Ray winery in California. Now that the grapes have successfully reached the vinification center and have been sorted, it is now time for crushing …read more
Since 1844, the history of the Quancard family has been linked withBordeaux vineyards. In the years prior to the famous classification of 1855, Pierre Quancard created his wine trading business in Sainte-Antoine, …read more
Château Tour du Mayne is an alternate label of the well-known Château d’Arcins. This estate, which is right on the “Route du Vin”, has ancient roots going back to 1300 and is now owned by …read more
The Southern Rhone Valley of France is noted for its distinctive blends of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre grapes. In many parts of the world, especially California and Australia, winemakers are blending …read more
Finca Roja is located in the Patagonia region of Argentina, a remote and inhospitable area in the southern portion of the country. One may wonder why anyone would choose a location with such extreme climate and …read more
Known as the “Nebbiolo of the South,” the centuries-old Aglianico grape derives its name from Ellenico, a clue that the Greeks brought the powerful grape into Italy as early as 700 B.C. Of all the lesser …read more
In the old West, before the days of ATVs and helicopters, when cowboys still worked cattle on horseback, the term "line shack" referred to a small cabin built on the open range where cowboys could take …read more
Anthony Barton, Château Léoville Barton The history of Château Léoville Barton begins in 1722, when Irishman Thomas Barton moved from Ireland to the Bordeaux region, where he established …read more
An ultra-modern winery today, Spier was amongst the first of six wine farms to be established in South Africa’s famous Stellenbosch region. The original wine cellar, which dates back to 1767, is thought to be the …read more
The vineyards at Sobon Estate The Sobon Family has been active for nearly two decades in winemaking and viticulture. After 20 years as a research scientist in the Silicon Valley, Leon Sobon decided to pursue his …read more
In 1912, François Estager left his native Correze and went to live in Libourne, where he founded the firm of Ets François Estager. He rapidly developed the sale of fine Bordeaux in northern France and …read more
The Kemblefield story began in the early 1990s when two Californians, John Kemble and Kaar Field, began their search to find suitable vineyard land to establish what has become Kemblefield Estate Winery. Director and …read more
caption---->credit----> Liesel and Volker Eisele (L-R) credit----> Volker Eisele Family Estate is situated in the Chiles Valley District, one of 15 grape growing appellations in the Napa Valley AVA. Cloaked in …read more
The origins of the Château Pichon-Lalande estate can be traced back to the 17th century. The reputation of the Pichon vineyard gradually grew over time and by the mid-18th century it was revered as the …read more
Dennis and Adele Johns grew up together as high school sweethearts in St. Helena, the heart of Napa Valley. As the winemaker at St. Clement Vineyards for 20 years, Dennis established his reputation as an innovative and …read more
In the early 1990s, a group of Rioja winemakers became interested in Toro, convinced that top-class wines could be made from the local Tempranillo clone known as Tinta de Toro. The combination of Rioja know-how, modern …read more
caption---->credit----> Fiona and Hall Barnett first discovered Spring Mountain in 1983 while they were living in San Francisco. They came across 40 acres of undeveloped forested land at 2,000-foot elevation, …read more
When Jean-Charles Boisset fell in love with Sonoma’s Russian River Valley a decade ago, he immediately recognized similarities to his native Burgundy, including the potential to produce world-class Pinot Noir. …read more
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Finca Agostino winery is located in the Argentinian province of Mendoza and is owned by the Agostino brothers: Vincenzo, Rosalía, Sebastian and Miguel. The four brothers grew up in Mendoza before settling with …read more
Famed as the “oldest estate winery in Washington State,” Gordon Estate sources all of its grapes from a prized 95-acre vineyard overlooking the Snake River in Columbia Valley. The Gordon brothers—Jeff …read more
No grape variety says “Chile” like Carmenère [Car-men-YARE]. Its re-emergence is the story of a happy accident. Carmenère was little more than an archival curiosity until the early 1990s, …read more
Château Roquevieille is located between Saint-Émilion and Castillon La Bataille and was planted several generations ago. Monsieur Jean-Pierre Palatin (also involved with Château de Ferrand) acquired …read more
Château Guiraud, classified Premier Cru Classé in 1855, is located in the heart of the commune of Sauternes, along with its famous neighbor château d’Yquem. The vines are planted around the …read more
Throughout its history, Codorníu has maintained a close relationship with the Spanish royal family Rondel. At the turn of the century 20th century, King Alfonso XIII actually visited the Codorníu cellars …read more
The small Champagne house of Pertois-Moriset is a family business created in 1951 after the marriage of Yves Pertois from Cramant and Janine Moriset from Le Mesnil/Oger. They were both third generation winemakers …read more
The modern history of Château d’Yquem begins with Jacques Sauvage receiving feudal tenure over the estate in 1593. Public and private records show that special growing and late-harvesting already existed at …read more
The Mailly Grand Cru estate extends across 170 acres, entirely located within the Grand Cru village of Mailly, in the heart of the Montagne de Reims. The vineyard is divided into 480 plots, planted to the two …read more
Our team at Château Philippe le Hardi The Château Philippe le Hardi is located on a hill of vineyards in the village of Santenay. This medieval château is named after the first duke of Greater …read more
Vineyards at Paul Goerg Paul Goerg Champagne is unique. All of the grapes used to make this award-winning Champagne come from either Premier Cru or Grand Cru vineyards, Grand Cru being the highest quality …read more
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French for “Season,” this style originated in southern Belgium’s French-speaking Wallonia region, part of which borders northern France and was originally brewed at the end of the cooler weather to …read more
First brewed in northern Germany as an ale in the 1300s in Einbeck—a city known for brewing strong beers—Bock was adopted in Munich, Bavaria, in the 1600s and brewed using new lagering techniques. …read more
A blended Lambic with the addition of dark Belgian candi sugar, Faro is commonly the sweetest Lambic style that does not have fruit added. Generally deep amber to mahogany brown in color, a sweet, fruity character …read more
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Fruit Lambics, which also originated in and around Brussels, have fruit added during fermentation—and to their names—which identifies the fruit in the beer, such as Kriek (Cherry), Framboise (Raspberry), …read more
From Brussels, genuine Lambics are different from the more familiar Fruit Lambic. Straight or unblended, Lambic has no added fruit and showcases unmasked sour and acidic complexities produced through spontaneous …read more
Pronounced and sometimes written as Koelsch, the Kölsch style originated in Köln (Cologne), Germany, centuries ago and was originally a dark beer before the development of pale malts. It evolved into a …read more
German for “old” or “aged,” Altbier originated in Düsseldorf, Germany, and is akin to the Kölsch-style beers from nearby Köln (Cologne). The style evolved from northern German …read more
American craft brewers can take credit for the revival of the IPA beer style since introducing their interpretations of it to the American market in the 1990s. By brewing them to bold levels of hop aroma, flavor …read more
Contemporary English IPA examples, by some historical accounts, are said to be milder in hop character and lower in alcohol than the exported originals of the 1800s. While English-style IPA beers today are generally …read more
English Porter originated in the early 1700s and pre-dates by more than 100 years the English Dark Mild Ale, which, with its tremendous popularity, rendered Porters nearly extinct in England by the late 1800s and …read more
American Stout is the product of American craft brewer inspiration from the Foreign/Export Stout style, to which brewers have added to the malt and/or hop character. Malt character ranges from moderate to powerful, …read more
Stout emergence in Ireland by way of English Porter wasn’t about to go unanswered by English (and Scottish) brewers, who went on to brew their own Stouts and create additional Stout variations (see subsequent …read more
Named for the use of oatmeal in the grist, the oatmeal is not intended to be a sweetener but rather it contributes to Oatmeal Stout’s body and adds to a silky or smooth mouth-feel. Variations in body, …read more
Originating in Germany, this style is typically the most pale hued of German wheat beer styles. Berliner Weissbiers can exhibit crisp, tart, fruity, sour and light-bodied characteristics. In Germany, drinkers often …read more
Hefeweizen, also called Hefeweissbier, is translated to "hefe" (“with yeast”) and “weizen” (“wheat”). The German-style wheat ale that is perhaps the most well-known wheat …read more
Sometimes called “Kristal Weissbier,” the yeast from this German-style Hefeweizen is filtered out after fermentation, leaving a crystal clear weizen beer with no haze or clouds. Exhibiting aroma and flavor …read more
Brewed using a lager yeast strain, this lager is fermented at warmer temperatures normally associated with ale yeast fermentation and generally exhibits some ale-like fruity ester influences along with plenty of …read more
What came to be known as Baltic Porter originated in England in the 1700s through the brewing of a stronger English Porter to withstand a lengthy ship’s journey to countries along the Baltic Sea. As was the …read more
Derived from the Vienna style, the Märzen /Oktoberfest beer style sometimes offers similar taste and feel. Known as “Märzenbier,” German for “March beer,” it was developed in the …read more
Deriving its name from “rauch,” the German word for “smoke,” Rauchbiers are brewed with malts kilned over smoke—most often from beech wood, although different beers may exhibit aromas and …read more
American Porter is a style name that reflects American craft brewery interpretations and adaptations of English Porters. Anchor Brewing and Sierra Nevada Brewing in California—two of the original U.S. craft …read more
Also known as “Weissbock,” this German wheat beer (Weizen bier/Weissbier) is brewed with Bavarian Wheat or Hefeweizen ale yeast, yet it’s stronger in alcohol and flavor character than a …read more
Originating in Belgium, Witbier—“White Beer” in English—is brewed with a combination of unmalted wheat and malted barley and is usually very pale to almost white in color (hence the name). …read more
Regional brewers of Dortmund, Germany, created this pale-colored lager to compete with the Pilsners. With water high in sulfates—which accentuate hop bitterness—and alkaline, Dortmund’s natural water …read more
German brewers weren’t about to let Czech brewers corner the market of this popular new style, so they quickly set about brewing their own Pilsner-style pale lager. The naturally higher sulfate content in the …read more
Meaning “black beer,” and generally very dark brown to almost black, Schwarzbier’s hue might deceive the uninitiated, as it is a light- to medium-bodied lager, unlike most very dark and heavy ales, …read more
The name says it all, as caramel and specialty malts shift from the many golden-yellow colors in American lager to amber and dark shades of red, along with aromas and flavors of caramel and other dark malt sweetness. …read more
American craft brewers took a traditional beer style and amped it up, using more malts and hops and brewed it to a higher alcohol level to create American Double/Imperial Pilsner. An unofficial beer style, it continues …read more
Formulated to an even lighter, lower carbohydrate and lower calorie level, these American-style Lagers deliver a mild malt and hop aroma and flavor along with high carbonation. Emerging from the late ‘60s in the …read more
A German beer meaning “dark wheat,” Dunkelweizen can be thought of as a Hefeweizen brewed with some select dark malted barley in addition to the wheat, thus showing sweet dark malt aromas and flavors, …read more
Also called “Bohemian Pilsner,” the Pilsner (or Pilsener) style was first introduced in 1842 in the city of Plzen (Pilsen in German) in western Czech Republic and was a revolutionary beer that swept Europe …read more
Originally created by the Paulaner Monks of St. Francis of Paola in Bavaria for sustenance during Lent and other religious holiday fasts, they considered this liquid bread. “Doppel” (“double” in …read more
Generally darker in color, Vienna Lagers are clear amber-red to copper-hued with a lasting head. Soft and toasty German Munich and/or Vienna malt defines this style. Although other malt varietals may offer up …read more
Brandy is soft, velvety and slightly fruity with a definite grape flavor that may vary from slightly dry to sweet, distinguished by the subtle fragrance of the grapes from which it is distilled. By law, American brandy …read more
Armagnac is a brandy distilled in the Armagnac region of Gascony, in south west France. Produced from local Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche and Colombard grapes, the best hail from the Bas Armagnac region and are usually …read more
Eisbock both sounds like and means “ice bock.” The “ice” in Eisbock refers to the fractional freezing process where water freezes and is separated from the unfrozen remainder of the brew. After …read more
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This style category captures darker hued Belgian-style ales that really aren’t either a Dubbel or Belgian Strong Dark Ale style. These range in color from amber to dark mahogany to brown. The word …read more
Light gold to amber in color, with a clear to hazy appearance, Belgian Pale Ales, and the sub-style Belgian Blonde Ale, are characterized by aromas and flavors of fruity Belgian yeast esters and spices, with mild but …read more
The alcohol can sometimes hide deceivingly within the flavors of these generally light-bodied, yet strong ales. Brewers often add a light colored Belgian candi sugar to the beer, which gives the yeast more …read more
A Belgian version of the Old Ale beer style, Flanders Oud Bruin (“Old Brown”) generally shows a darker hue than the Flanders Red style. Oud Bruin emerged from East Flanders and differs largely with the use …read more
The American Double/Imperial IPA pale ale style is an expression of American craft brewing ingenuity in which some brewers push the envelope of what beer can be. By doubling up, the American IPA brewers created …read more
American brewers, inclined as they are to experiment with the limits of beer styles, have taken the American Stout to bigger levels of malt and hop character. Thus, they’ve “doubled,” or …read more
Named more for its color than any narrowly defined flavor profile, this style reflects a range of interpretations by craft brewers. Ranging in color from light amber to dark amber/red and even copper to light brown, …read more
This new style answers the question: “What if IPA-like, bold, bitter, fruity hop character were integrated with dark, roasted and caramel malt?” Some inventive craft brewers answered this question before …read more
An unofficial style that encompasses many of the unbounded creations coming out of American craft breweries, American Strong Ale’s color range runs the gamut from light to dark; however, most fall somewhere …read more
A variation of the English Pale Ale, Irish Red Ale comes with a notable dash of roasted barley—used for centuries in Ireland’s Porters and Stouts—giving the beer its reddish hue and a dry roasted …read more
While “Burtonizing” water in an effort to replicate the original English Pale Ale may have missed the mark in some people’s view, “Americanizing” the Pale Ale style has certainly been a …read more
The English Pale Ale style has evolved from the originals that came out of Burton-on-Trent. Burton’s high sulfate water significantly influenced the beer’s aroma and flavor, enough to persuade many Pale …read more
Credit also goes to Guinness as the original creator of this style—a stronger version of Irish Dry Stout—that was first brewed for export and shipment to far-away countries. The Guinness website lists a …read more
The second-generation Guinness, Arthur Guinness II developed Dry Stout in the 1820s. Its distinct dry character came from the use of unmalted roasted barley, which added the deep dark color and a roasted, slightly …read more
Also called Cream Stout, both “milk” and “cream” in the name refer to the use of milk sugar—lactose, an unfermentable sugar/dextrin—which adds residual sweetness and body to the …read more
Since the Pilsner (Pilsner Urquell) introduction in the mid 1800s, the public’s thirst for this light-colored, refreshing, easy-drinking beer has spread throughout Europe and the rest of the world. While the …read more
A somewhat rare style—though several are available in the United States—these are typically stronger versions (in alcohol) of a brewer’s standard lager and are similar to American malt liquors. They …read more
With its roots in 20th century American home brewing, American Brown Ale gets inspiration from English Brown Ales. Characteristic of most American-style adaptations of Old World beer styles, American Brown Ales tend …read more
As American wheat beer brewers typically use an American ale yeast strain—or even lager yeast—American pale wheat ales often display notes of lemon, rather than the banana-like or clove-like flavors and …read more
Ranging from medium to dark brown in color, with a creamy head, Munich Dunkel Lagers feature prominent malty aromas and flavors, with only moderate hop bitterness. Classic examples use dark Munich malt and display a …read more
Before Prohibition, American brewers—many of whom were European immigrants and inspired by their Czech and German counterparts—produced “Pilsner” types of pale lager, with regional brewers …read more
Created by American craft brewers as an entrée to more flavorful craft beers, American Blonde Ale is typically smooth, clean, crisp, well-balanced and easy to drink. Blonde in color and generally sporting a …read more
Similar to American-style Lagers, Japanese Rice Lagers use rice in addition to barley in the grain mix during the brewing process, which provide fermentable sugars for the yeast that produce alcohol while keeping the …read more
The darker-hued cousin of the Euro Pale Lager, these lagers range from amber to brown in color and exhibit full flavors and unique character, but they differ from dark German lager styles. Generally malt-forward in …read more
Created in Munich in 1895 at the Spaten brewery to compete against Pilsner-style beers, Munich Helles Lager is similar to, but still contains notable differences from, traditional Pilsner. “Helles” means …read more
.wCM {font: 13px/1.24 Arial, sans-serif } Created in 19th century England, Mild Ale was brewed with pale malts yielding a lighter color than Porter and Brown Ale, similar to English Bitter and Pale Ale. …read more
Think of the virtues of easy-drinking American-style Lager and refreshing crispness, but remove the corn or rice and use 100 percent malts in the brew, and you have American All-Malt Lager. Also called American Pale …read more
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p { font: normal normal normal 13px/1.24 Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif } For many beers, aging allows flavor development and evolution, just as with fine wine. For example, hop character can mellow and …read more
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Ten day beer extravaganza highlights the best in local and national craft brews, tastings, beer and food pairings and educational sessions with the craft beer world’s foremost brewmasters January 13, 2014 …read more
Beer, like wine, comes in different styles and colors and is excellent for pairing with food. Your beer options for a party are plentiful, but where to begin? We’re here to help. In addition to the popular …read more
Single malt Scotch whisky is the product of one distillery and must be bottled in Scotland. They are made exclusively from barley malt and are considered by enthusiasts to the pinnacle of the whisky distiller’s …read more
Tovaritch in Russian means “buddy” or “comrade.” Tovaritch vodka is 100 percent distilled and bottled in Russia. It is made with pure Russian wheat and rye, pure Russian artesian water, triple …read more
Belgium is most renown among American beer enthusiasts for flavorful, complex ale styles that have a rich history going back thousands of years. The Trappist and Abbey-style ales of Belgium, along with …read more
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In 1862, the Cistercian Trappist Monks of Chimay brewed their first beer following the monastic tradition of natural brewing. Named Chimay Première, they initially offered the copper-colored, 7 percent ABV beer …read more
Certain beer-related terminology is good to know both for reading and understanding all that is discussed in this guide, and for navigating your way through the beer aisles in the store as well as beer lists in pubs …read more
At Laughing Dog Brewing, what began in Ponderay, Idaho in 2005 as the dream of owners Michelle Douglass, Fred Colby and Ben (the dog) for brews with more hops, has since turned into an insatiable desire to craft …read more
Pale Ale and its popular relative, India Pale Ale (IPA), originated in Burton-on-Trent (Burton) in Staffordshire, England, in the 1800s. Essentially during the same period that Pale Lagers (Pilsners and variants) …read more
When Gene Muller founded Flying Fish Brewing Co. in 1995 he did so first on the World Wide Web —making it the world's first virtual microbrewery. That early Web site helped generate positive press coverage and …read more
Your bar can be one of the biggest meeting spots for your party guests. Having a complete setup with peoples' favorite mixers and garnishes goes the extra mile to make people feel like you've put the extra effort …read more
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Drego Azul Tequila is produced by the La Cofradia Distillery. Under the careful supervision of the Hernandez family, La Cofradia has been producing and bottling award-winning tequila for more than 50 years from their …read more
Shieldaig Whisky is produced by Ian Macleod Distillers, Ltd., one of the largest and most widely respected independent family companies within the spirit industry. The Shieldaig line of Scotch whiskies are carefully …read more
Red Medal Vaatka is produced from 100% premium grains and pristine water, masterfully combined in true Russian vodka style and triple distilled for premium smoothness. Using pure water gives Red Medal Vaatka a clean …read more
The family of Charles Maxwell, Master Distiller of Thames, has been making gin in London since 1700. Eight generations later, Charles Maxwell has inherited one of the oldest unbroken family involvements in gin …read more
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Though the origins of Stout beer are in London—insofar as Stout is an evolution of Porter beer—history gives Ireland the credit for introducing Stout to the world. Dating back many thousands of years …read more
Opening its brewpub doors in 1983 in Hayward, Calif., Buffalo Bill’s Brewery was one of the ground breakers in America’s micro brew stampede. Today it is one of the nation’s oldest brewpubs and …read more
The story of the Roman brewery begins officially in 1545, the first year the brewery was mentioned on an official document. The document talks about a well-known tavern-hotel-farm called “De Clocke” (The …read more
Total Wine & More did an outstanding job constructing the “Guide to Beer”! The copy is easy to understand and is stocked with brand and style information every consumer needs to make an educated beer …read more
Generally defined as beer brewed with malted or unmalted wheat constituting 30 percent to 70 percent of the grist (grain) bill, wheat imparts a clean, unobtrusive grain flavor, unlike the many varieties of malted …read more
Gin is made from a neutral spirit that has been flavored with a range of botanicals, dominated by juniper, but including coriander, citrus peel and licorice. The best gin producers use a superior range of …read more
Founded in 2002 by Dale Katechis, Oskar Blues Brewery was the first U.S. craft brewery to brew and can its own beer. In fact, the Longmont, Colo., brewery only cans its beer. “We thought the idea of our big, …read more
Heavenly Flavors from Earth. We pour it, sample its aroma, analyze its color and we taste it and really love it. But what is beer? The four main ingredients in beer are water, malt, hops and yeast.      …read more
Brewed with a combination of unmalted wheat and malted barley, Witbier (“white” beer in English) makes its second appearance in the guide. Usually cloudy and very pale to almost white, this generally …read more
A hybrid beer—and more a barroom creation than an official beer style—Black & Tan in the United States is traditionally made by pouring half a glass of draught pale ale (or pale lager) followed by a …read more
In 1927, Col. Jim Porter created the recipe for Newcastle Brown Ale in Newcastle Upon Tyne in England. First released in 1928 it quickly began earning awards, including the Gold Medal at the 1928 Brewers Exhibition …read more
People have enjoyed fermented beverages since the beginning of civilization. However, it wasn’t until an alchemist’s discovery of distillation that the party really took off! The art of making …read more
Prohibition: The Dark Decade     By George F. Reisch Brewmaster Director of Brewmaster Outreach Past President, Master Brewers Association of the Americas Honorary Knight of the Brewers' Mashstaff  …read more
Lager beers account for larger worldwide annual liquid volume consumption than ales, due primarily to the popularity and ubiquity of crisp, pale lagers produced in every brewing country around the globe.  …read more
From their home in beautiful Olympia, Washington, Fish Brewing Company has been hand-crafting ales of Northwest proportions since 1993. In the early days, using a system cobbled from brewing and dairy equipment, they …read more
With roots dating back to the California Gold Rush, Anchor Brewing Company is America’s first craft brewery, founded in San Francisco in 1896. Today, Anchor combines the time-honored art of classical brewing …read more
In 1984, sixth-generation brewer Jim Koch, whose family had emigrated to the United States from Germany in the 1800s, took an old family beer recipe, tweaked it a bit and brewed the first batches of what would become …read more
Describing itself as “battle-tested,” Lagunitas Brewing Company (pronounced "Lah-goo-knee-tuss,”) began in the small town of Lagunitas, Calif., just north of the Bay Area in 1993 and then …read more
Founded in 1993 by president and brewmaster Adam Avery, Boulder, Colo.-based Avery Brewing Company is where Adam brought his years of homebrewing experimentation to the next level. Starting with a seven-barrel …read more
Tequila is distilled in Mexico and must be at least 51 percent from the blue agave plant (agave azul tequilana weber)—the best tequila being 100 percent blue agave. Many people mistakenly believe that tequila …read more
Originating in England as a brewery’s highest gravity beer in the progression of its Ordinary Bitter (lowest gravity) and Special/Best Bitter (middle gravity) offerings, these beers were collectively called …read more
On a fabled bicycle ride in 1989 through European villages famous for beer, Jeff Lebesch was discovering the joys of classic Old World beers. He then returned to Fort Collins, Colo., and set about brewing two …read more
According to federal regulations, for an American whiskey to be labeled as bourbon is must be made from a mash of at least 51-percent corn and a mixture of other grains. Bourbon must be distilled at no …read more
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English Porter originated in London and has a history as rich as the malt aromas and flavors that characterize the style. Porter either ushered in—or was the product of—a period in England when consumer …read more
Nothing defines the Blonde and Golden ale styles better than the very approachable and highly drinkable characteristics that make them ideal for any occasion year round. With balanced character and relatively low …read more
Vodka is by far the most popular spirit category in America, accounting for more than 20-percent of all distilled spirits consumption. It is a light, crisp, dry and flavorless spirit, ideal for blending with …read more
Erika Rode | Store Manager An appreciation for the art and story behind so many wonderful wines drives Erika's passion for the beverage industry. A transplant from the Southwest, she is excited to …read more
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Get ready to enjoy! Welcome to our first “Guide to Beer,” a companion to our Total Wine & More’s “Guide to Wine.” With the extraordinary growth of craft beer and the emergence of …read more
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Gin is made from a neutral spirit that has been flavored with a range of botanicals, dominated by juniper, but including coriander, citrus peel and licorice. Learn More about Gin Try these Gin Cocktail Recipes and …read more
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Total Wine & More's Store Support Center houses a wide range of essential functions that keep our business running successfully. Read on to find a department that best suits you. See available corporate …read more
Total Wine & More is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prides itself on its talented Team Members. We offer a number of employment opportunities in both our retail stores and the corporate office. Our store …read more
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Try your hand at these Martni Recipes and all of our drink recipes in the Total Wine & More Cocktail Corner. All Martini Recipes Black Tie Martini Recipe Blood …read more
Pike Brewing Company founders, Charles and Rose Ann Finkel, met at a wine tasting event in 1968. Shortly after they founded Bon Vin, America’s first boutique wine distributor. In 1974 the owners of St. Michelle …read more
Age Matters Not only is age important to the quality of the products on our shelves, it’s also important to the well-being of our customers and the community. At Total Wine & More, we understand the …read more
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Ale beer is brewed using yeast strains that ferment at warmer temperatures. These strains are often called "top-fermenting yeasts" because fermentation takes place at or near the top of the fermentation …read more
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Dress up your Halloween look with a Creepy Cocktail – costume not required! Mix up one of our 7 sinful cocktails to satisfy your Halloween party guests thirst for something chilling. Drop a …read more
Welcome to the “Guide to Beer,” your doorway to the next step in your beverage education!     Let this book be your personal mentor as you experience a personal journey of beer discovery and …read more
Château Garraud Pomerol, 2010 1 The Nony family understands the traditions built upon centuries of Bordeaux winemaking and then adds three generations of family expertise to deliver their expression …read more
The Reinheitsgebot, in addition to being a long and funny word, is the name of the Bavarian Beer Purity Act created in 1516. It made it illegal to brew with anything other than barley, water and hops. (Yeast had yet …read more
Dangerous waters and perilous situations were nothing new for the freighter MS Diamond Knot. Having spent several years supporting the war effort, she continued hauling freight into the late 1940s. Two a.m., August 13, …read more
American Wild Ale is a singular name that may encompass such beers as American-Style Sour Ale, American-Style Brett Ale and Wood- and Barrel-Aged Sour Beer. “Wild” generally refers to the presence of some …read more
Greg Koch and Steve Wagner founded Stone Brewing Co. in 1996 in San Marcos, Calif., which has remained one of the fastest growing breweries in America for more than 15 years. The brewery initially introduced …read more
Try your hand at these Vodka Recipes and all of our drink recipes in the Total Wine & More Cocktail Corner. All Vodka Recipes Autumn Raspberry Cocktail Berry …read more
Our Guiding Principles are the values that we aspire to achieve as we work together at Total Wine & More. View our job postings for available careers in our retail locations or at our corporate office. Integrity  …read more
Though the many major style categories establish framework in which many beers exist, the beer world includes other distinct styles, flavors and aromas that often depart from traditional brews and carve out their own …read more
LAST UPDATED: October 1, 2011 Welcome to our Web site (our “Web site” or “site”), owned and operated by Retail Services & Systems, Inc., together with its subsidiaries and affiliates (which …read more
Although many more beer selections exist than methods to actually drink beer, several factors come into play before that first sip. A variety of techniques, methods and approaches to beer tasting not only allow …read more
When today’s beer lovers enthusiastically embrace the diverse colors, aromas and flavors that embody a wide variety of beer styles, they pay homage to thousands of years of brewing. Traceable as far back as …read more
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