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Harvest Season: It’s Time to Pick the Grapes
In vineyards all over the Northern Hemisphere, this time of year signals one of the wine world’s essential seasons: harvest. When to pick is a highly refined process unique to each farmer, winemaker, or vigneron and the decision impacts what’s in your glass.
72 Hours in Sonoma
How to spend a long, luxe weekend in wine country.
The Merits of Sangiovese from Tuscany
Explore the worthy merits of Tuscan Sangiovese. You could drink from this noble grape all summer long and still find new dimensions to discover. Want to take that challenge?
The Fascinating History of Rosé
Rosé is more than a pale pink drink to saturate a leisurely summer. Learn the fascinating history of rosé and the legacy of meaning it holds in the South of France.
Jean-Louis Chave: Dedication Passed From Generation To Generation
Right down the line, JL Chave releases are world-class: well-defined, balanced, and complex. The King of the Rhone indeed. There’s hardly a better choice for a collectible wine — one that has the chops to pass from generation to generation — than a bottle of Chave Hermitage.
Natural Wine Starts Here: Why the Beaujolais Gang of Four Still Matter
Many of today’s natural wine growers and makers look back to the Beaujolais foundations installed by the Gang of Four. While more natural wine choices exist now more than ever, the originals still represent the category with validity, quality, and good taste. Here’s why their decisions still influence a changing industry.
A Quick Guide to Sicilian Wine
Sicily marches to the beat of its own drum. In addition to being detached from Italy’s mainland, the island's unique topography and slew of indigenous grapes set its wine production apart from the rest of the country. Discover why Sicily is one of our favorite 'outer borough' Italian regions, here!
Discover Savoie, France’s Alpine Influenced Wine Region
Love high acid wines? This one's for you. Get to know one of France’s smallest yet most interesting wine producing regions, featuring crisp whites and crunchy, thirst-quenching reds. Discover this stunning, mountain-influenced region through our Savoie 101. 
Everything You Need to Know About Grower Champagne
When we pop bubbles, we sip the best-- which means we stick to Grower Champagne. Check out our guide to Everything You Need to Know About Grower Champagne!
Thirsty for Hidden Gems? Look to These Five Rugged Regions
We love drinking delicious wine, though discovering it is half of the fun. After scouring the world’s most rugged viticultural regions, we’ve landed on some hidden gems that we absolutely can’t put down. Check out our latest finds and grab ‘em while you can.
The 'New White Burgundy' We Can't Get Enough Of
France’s best known Chardonnay region is changing. We’re letting you in on some of its best kept secrets. Intrigued? Pour a glass and read on.
Underrated Spain: Everything You Need to Know (and What to Sip Along the Way)
Spain continues to climb to the top of our list of delicious, affordable, and under-the-radar places for good wine. Read up on top regions, producers, & bottles to drink – then snag some wine before the world catches on.
Beaujolais Breakdown: Everything You Need to Know About the 10 Crus
Our love for Gamay from Beaujolais knows no limits. These chuggable, earth-driven wines are everything you want them to be: juicy, food-friendly, and perfect for sipping year-round. If you’re not already an avid Bojo drinker, we can almost guarantee that you will be soon. Read more.
How to Find the Best Value-Driven Wines in California
We love California and all of its viticultural glory. However, there’s definitely a lot of subpar juice coming out of the Golden State. When it comes to California sipping, knowing how to pick your bottles is key. We’ve rounded up five quick tips on how to snag the best bang-for-your-buck options in a sea of California wine. Read more.
Why Regional Bourgogne Wines Are the Best Values in Burgundy

Regional Bourgogne wines (Bourgogne Blanc/Bourgogne Rouge) provide some of the best quality-to-price ratios on the market. When produced by the right vignerons, they receive just as much TLC as their more specifically designated counterparts. Read more to learn about why these Burgundy wines are some of the most underrated and best value bottles. 

Journey Along Our Virtual Wine-Soaked Road Trip Across the USA

With July 4th Weekend just around the corner, we’re taking this week to highlight our favorite places to drink domestic wine across the country. From wineries to restaurants to a handful of bars in between, these ten stops are certain to keep you hydrated from coast to coast. Strap your seatbelt on and get ready for a delicious virtual journey!

Everything You Need to Know About Bordeaux

Bordeaux might be France’s most misunderstood wine region. Best known for classified Growth bottlings the region’s wine scene goes far beyond that. Home to crisp whites, dry (affordable!) reds & one of the most complex sweet wine productions. Read on to learn about the right vs left bank, classification systems & more.

5 Austrian Producers You Need to Know

We're always on the hunt for delicious cool climate whites and Austria never disappoints. Check out these five producers to taste the country's best! 

Everything You Need to Know About the Loire Valley

No French region over delivers like the Loire Valley. Known for thirst-quenching whites and chillable reds, these wines are the best of both worlds.

Producers We Love: Comando G

Comando G is one of Spain’s best-kept secrets and we’re here to let you in on it. Rayas-like aromatics meet Burgundian texture. Intrigued? Read on.

5 Northern Rhône Producers You Need to Know

Our love for the Northern Rhône knows no limits, as the region is home to some of the world’s best winemakers. Here are five producers you need to know!