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California’s Castello di Amorosa: Sangiovese and More

Posted on July 7 2021

Napa Valley tourists may be attracted to the Castello di Amorosa by the faux 13th century Tuscan castle with moat, torture chamber, and several hundred feet of elaborately carved underground wine caves.  A much better reason, in our opinion, is … Continue reading

Clarice 2019 Pinot Noirs from the Santa Lucia Highlands

Posted on July 3 2021

Adam Lee continues on a roll with his Clarice wines.  The 2019 vintage produced somewhat riper and earthier wines than previously, but all three are first-rate and tasting great.  As in our review of the 2018 vintage, we found it … Continue reading

Domaines Ott: Outstanding 2020 Rosés

Posted on June 14 2021

In this year’s annual rosé report, the International Wine Review evaluated more than 250 rosés from around the world.  Among the standouts are the rosés of Domaines Ott, a producer in Provence widely recognized for the high quality and individuality … Continue reading

Exploring Georgian Wine: The Khareba Winery

Posted on May 24 2021

While Georgia has made wine for some eight thousand years, its wines are little known in North America.  The International Wine Review has begun tasting and reviewing Georgian wines in preparation for a future, post-COVID trip there. Recently, Georgia’s Khareba … Continue reading

Coca i Fitó: Refreshing Wines from Catalonia and Ribeira Sacra

Posted on May 23 2021

Established in 2004, Coca i Fitó is an innovative winery which is crafting a wide variety of delicious (and beautifully labeled) wines sourced from Montsant and other appellations such as Priorat, Empordá  and Ribeira Sacra. Our first memorable encounter with … Continue reading

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