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Isn’t Gluten Free Wine Just Wine?

Though only 1% of the American population (and 20-30% of the world) has celiac disease, many have decided that gluten doesn’t agree with their body and endeavor to cut it out. So as numerous products have begun boasting their gluten-free status, one might notice that wineries don’t go out of their way to share this […] Read More »

Stainless Steel Wine Gadgets Galore!

As wine lovers and wine industry partners, we’re positively tickled by how many innovative new wine gadgets come out each year. It seems as though wine enthusiasts can never stop playing with their favorite grapey beverage, finding new ways to heighten, preserve or just enjoy their favorite flavors. We’re always on the lookout for the […] Read More »

Oak, Steel & Beyond: Where a Chardonnay gets its Flavors

Despite a stint of stigma, Chardonnay is the most popular variety of wine in America. But a Chardonnay can be a lot of different things. There are any number of different flavors and approaches to a Chardonnay – the most common including oak, butter, fruit or mineral flavors. But while it may seem obvious that […] Read More »

Bright, Unoaked Chardonnays for a Bright Spring

After a boom of popularity in the late 90’s to early 2000’s, Chardonnay has taken a lot of heat. Beyond market saturation, the issue was that many winemakers were oaking (or over-oaking) this crisp, bright grape. While oak is critical for a high-scoring red wine, it is detrimental to a Chardonnay. Luckily, the more winemakers […] Read More »