NY restaurant couple mistakenly served $2000 Mouton 1989 after ordering $18 Pinot

October 25, 2020

A young couple who ordered an $18 Pinot Noir at Balthazar in New York found themselves enjoying Mouton Rothschild 1989 listed at $2,000 following a mix-up, according to owner Keith McNally. (Source: Decanter)

Passing the Tuscan Torch: A Live Chat with Piero Antinori

October 19, 2020

The Italian wine legend talks about revolutionizing Tuscan wine, ushering in the next generation at his family company and planting new vines across the globe. (Source: Wine Spectator)

NBA's Moe Harkless Teams with The Prisoner Wine

October 05, 2020

The New York Knicks shooting guard is promoting racial justice in a debut wine partnership with Napa's The Prisoner Wine Company (Source: Wine Spectator)

Renowned Quady Winemaker Michael Blaylock Retires, Protégé Darin Peterson Takes The Reigns

March 01, 2018

Director of Winemaking and longtime winemaking veteran, Michael Blaylock, retired from Quady Winery (Madera, CA) in December of 2017 after a remarkable and noteworthy 33-year career. With more than a decade of experience making wine at Quady, Darin Peterson has been promoted to lead winemaker. Darin leads Quady Winery into its 43rd year of operation as the producer is poised for continued growth. (Source: Wine Business)

Jackson Family’s Barbara Banke Earns Wine Spectator's 2017 Distinguished Service Award

December 01, 2017

Banke, 64, is the chairman of the board of Sonoma County, Calif.–based Jackson Family Wines, which includes 47 wine brands across four continents. Along with Kendall-Jackson, which sells 3.5 million cases a year, labels include La Crema, Murphy-Goode and Matanzas Creek. (Source: Wine Spectator)

King Estate Receives Demeter Certification

March 12, 2017

King Estate Winery is now officially the largest Biodynamic® vineyard in the United States as certified by Demeter USA. (Source: Wine Industry Advisor)

New Bollinger cellar shows off ‘lost’ treasures

January 06, 2017

When Bollinger staff cleaned out a gallery of its cellar under the house in Aÿ stacked with old, empty bottles, they made a remarkable discovery.

Hidden for decades, they unearthed an incredible collection of some 600 bottles, the youngest of which was found to be 1921 and the oldest, 1830. (source: Decanter)


Pascual Toso: Celebrating 125 years of Tradition, Authenticity, and Innovation

January 04, 2017

On learning that Pascual Toso is celebrating its 125th anniversary of producing wine, one would assume its business lies within a historical region in Europe. But hailing from Piedmont, Italy, the eponymous Pascual Toso emigrated to Argentina and established his winery in Guaymallén, Mendoza in 1890, making it one of the oldest wine producers in South America. (source: The World of Fine Wine)

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