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Escorihuela Gascon MEG 2017 Uco Valley, Mendoza rated 96 pts Decanter

September 4, 2020

Towards the end of the last century, Mr. Miguel Escorihuela Gascón, a passionate and determined visionary, created one of the most prestigious wine companies in the Republic of Argentina since 1884: Establecimientos Vitivinícolas Escorihuela....

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New Peñín Guide 2021 in a challenging year for Spanish wine: Our Selection of Spanish wines was valued among the most acclaimed in Peñín Guide 2021

September 2, 2020

Another year, among the 10,500 wines tasted, the most valued wines from different appellation of origin were reviewed by the Guía Peñín Team. The online edition of the Peñín Guide to the Wines of Spain 2021 is now available through the company’s...

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Knowing more about one of the rising winemakers from California …

August 30, 2020

Ian Brand is one of the hottest rising talents coming out the Central Coast right now. Recently named Winemaker of the Year by the San Francisco Chronicle, he is an incredibly passionate winemaker with a vision, not only for his own wines, but for...

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Welcome Orchard Lane to United Cellars Selection!

August 12 , 2020

Orchard Lane is the little sister brand of Sugar Loaf Wines, a great little family wine company in the heart of the Marlborough wine-growing region with 21 hectares of vines and our own custom built production winery ...

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Knowing Dawnine Dyer's, Meteor Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon winemaker ...

"Moreover, it is one of the most complete and moving Coombsville Cabernet I have ever tasted. In a word: superb!" - Antonio Galloni, Vinous

July 28, 2020

The hallmarks of Dawnine Dyers’s quarter-century winemaking career are excellence and innovation.  One of the first American woman in charge of winemaking at a major winery, she later extended her expertise beyond Napa Valley to Australia and Latin America, where she has helped develop wineries...

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Vinepair Article – July 2020:

No Electricity, No Problem: This Oregon Grower Is Resurrecting Ancient Roman Winemaking Techniques

July 19, 2020

Brad Ford, the winemaker at Oregon’s Illahe Vineyards, is always tinkering with something interesting — a wine press rescued from a junkyard, a horse-drawn mower he engineered himself, amphorae he created from scratch ...

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