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  • Canadian Wine: The Undiscovered Pearl Next Door

    Canadian wines are surprisingly diverse. To our north is a large wine-producing country that until recently wasn’t recognized by most American consumers for much beyond maple syrup and hockey. But that’s changing, as production increases... Read More »

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  • Where the Wildlings Are

    Australian wine has had a bumpy last decade in America. But with new entries like Wildling, there appears a rosier future. After U.S. sales of Australian wine ballooned in the... Read More »
  • A Study in Soave

    Twelve miles east of Verona sits one of Italy’s most historically celebrated white wine regions. In 1931, Soave joined Chianti as the country’s first two areas recognized as delimited wine-producing regions. Today, Soave... Read More »
  • Vias Imports Acinum Italian Wines

    Vias Imports, Ltd., an importer of Italian wine in the U.S. market, announces the debut of the Acinum line of wine. This new brand is the first-ever proprietary wine within... Read More »
  • Shaw-Ross Expands with a Premium Wine Division

    Shaw-Ross International Importers today announced the formation of a premium wine division. The recently formed entity, The Lineage Collection, features some of the finest wines from the world’s top producers,... Read More »
  • Off the Beaten Path

    In 2011, acclaimed sommelier Rajat Parr, partner and proprietor of Domaine de la Côte and Sandhi in Santa Barbara’s Sta. Rita Hills, co-founded In Pursuit of Balance, a non-profit... Read More »