Think of this as our monthly answer to, ’so what have you been into lately?’ — fresh updates from Portfolio Managers with unfiltered intel on why we’re drinking what we are. Last year we kicked off the new decade with our 2020 Grand Portfolio Tastings, an inimitable series of events that we host, in any
While we continue to fight alongside our winemakers each and every day to reshape public perception of the Southern Hemisphere and afford them proper recognition for the terroir-driven wines they produce, the current health crisis we’re enduring here in New York City and around the world has us simply appreciative of the incredible values we
We are honored to be recognized on the cover of Market Watch to kick-off 2020. The full story highlights our Long Island beginnings, recent growth in distribution to include three new states, insights from the distribution and imports side of the business, and what’s on the horizon for our next 33 years in the biz.
In July 2019, we announced our acquisition of Vintner Select, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based fine wine distributor. With this acquisition, we have increased our direct wholesale distribution network to eight states, adding Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana to our existing stable of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and California. Established in 1989 by Gordon and Doris
It seems like our grand tasting gets even grander every year, which is why we’ve taken over the entire Met Pavilion. We wanted you to be able to explore all the sake, cider, wine, and spirits that we have to offer, in comfort. Our portfolio reaches every corner of the planet now, so we had
Coming off of Chile’s 7-0 drubbing of Mexico and subsequent historic victory over Argentina to win the Copa America, it is high time for our second installment of “State of the South,” a series which delves into the wonderful wines produced south of the Equator. In our first installment, we focused on Argentina and the
Argentina is home to some of the most underrated wineries in the world today. In the late 20th Century, as the Argentine wine industry focused on increasing their exports, the Malbec grape came to the forefront, producing great fruit in the high altitude wine regions of Argentina such as Lujan de Cuyo and the Uco Valley at