Wine Wednesday: Cigalus 2018 From Gerard Bertrand

Today's wine of the week comes from the Cigalus vineyard, a property Gerard Bertrand purchased in 1995.  Bertrand made Cigalus his family-home. With the birth of his children, he wanted to create a healthy and sustainable farm. While he had been using homeopathy on himself for years, his foray into biodynamics on his farms began... Continue Reading →

4 American Vineyards Embracing Indigenous Italian Varieties

From Aglianico to Primitivo, you’ll find them on the vines at these Italian-minded wineries. The U.S. is currently the number one consumer of wine in the world, and also produces wine in all 50 of its states. But while the shelves of the city wine shops are certainly stocked with bottles from around the world,... Continue Reading →

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