News and Events
Check here often to learn about upcoming events, news from our producers and critical acclaim for our wine selections. As we travel to Europe to taste the new vintage and meet with our growers, we’ll be sure to post pictures and reflections here as well.
Long considered Burgundy’s “other” white grape, Aligoté is now heralded as a more serious white with potential and pep, an affordable Burgundy that still delivers the goods.
Our congratulations to Fratelli Alessandria, Rocca di Montegrossi, Maison Frederic Magnien, Domaine Jean Vesselle and Domaine du Couvent for this well-deserved recognition of their hard work.
The wine world is waking up to the greatness to be found in ‘Monvigliero,’ Verduno’s top cru vineyard — and one that Fratelli Alessandria has championed for literally decades.
The NBI team in France just tasted these wines a week ago at the estate and they really are outstanding! The intensity and spice of the south are here in spades, with a refreshing lift and kick that makes them such a pleasure to savor.
The greatest of rosé wines, like that of Chateau de Pibarnon in Bandol, are wines of place and character, serious wines that can age, and always the correct pair for fine cuisine.
Winemaker Diego Finocchi has absolutely nailed the true essence of high-altitude Radda in his pure Sangiovese wines — lively aromas, crunchy fruit, tons of freshness.
Amelie & Charles Sparr are part of a new generation that is making energetic, dry Riesling wines and paying particular attention to terroir — and crucially, shaking up a historic, sleepy region for good.
A young yet serious talent who is crafting world-class Sangiovese wines from this charmed corner of central Italy, Chiara’s new releases are beyond excellent!