Category: Orange Wines

A Selection of Georgian Wines

If you’ve never had a wine from the Republic of Georgia, then you’ve never really tasted history. By most estimates,

2008 Pheasant’s Tears Rkatsiteli, Republic of Georgia

We don’t know exactly where and when mankind first made wine in any significant quantity, but we believe that it

2007 Monastero Suore Cistercensi “Coenobium Rusticum” Bianco, Lazio, Italy

We owe much of modern viticulture and winemaking traditions to the church in some form or another. Even before the

2007 Cornelissen MunJebel 4 Bianco, Etna, Sicily

Many of the world’s greatest wines are also the most unlikely. Unlikely because most sane, rational, educated, and professional winemakers

2001 Gravner “Anfora” Ribolla Gialla, Friuli, Italy

When it comes to winemaking there’s New World, and there’s Old World. There’s new school, and of course, there’s old

2007 Point Concepcion “Celestina” Pinot Grigio, Santa Barbara County

I make it my habit to seek out and try a particular kind of wine that flies well under the

2004 La Stoppa “Ageno” White Blend, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Most people faced a with the choice of merely a specific color of wine to drink will consider their stated

Slovenian Wine: A New Frontier for White Wine Lovers

The wine world increasingly sorts out into two camps, those who believe increasing globalization is good for the wine industry,

Movia, Slovenia: Current Releases

Visitors to the far Northeast of Italy, in the shadows of the Austrian Alps, quickly realize that they are not

2002 Vodopivec Vitovska, Friuli-Venezia Giulia IGT, Italy

In the far Northeastern corner of Italy there lies a countryside that is better defined by wine than by any

1991 Gravner Ribolla Gialla, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy

When it comes to winemaking there’s New World, and there’s Old World. There’s new school, and of course, there’s old

1999 Gravner Ribolla Gialla, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy

When it comes to winemaking there’s New World, and there’s Old World. There’s new school, and of course, there’s old