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Old World Whites and New World Reds Tasting

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Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona: A Stunning Brunello di Montalcino

Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona Cellar

The lovely estate of Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona was built by Fabivs de’ Vecchis in the 17th century, the Bishop of Montalcino and the Abbot of Sant’Antimo Abbey. Today the domain is known for using Sangiovese grapes to produce some of the highest quality Brunello di Montalcino that Italy has to offer. Papal connections The estate was a palace at the ... Read More »

Millesima Tips #5 | How and when to age your wine?

Millesima Tips 5

In our Millesima Tips series we have discussed and discovered the vine cycle and how wine is matured after fermentation. Now we’ll discuss the penultimate step before drinking wine, aging them. Aging wine? Why?   Wine is a living product. As soon as the cork, or screwcap, is put on the bottle the wine is in a constant state of ... Read More »

Millesima Tips #4 | Maturation: Materials & Techniques

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We often hear about the maturation and aging of wine. What does this do to the wine and how is it done? This process occurs after harvesting the grapes, covered in our previous edition of Millesima Tips.  In this edition, we dive into the process of maturing wine. Aging vs. Maturation: What should you say? Wine can be matured or ... Read More »

Tuscany: Home of Southern Italy’s Treasures

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Tuscany is a viticultural region in Italy that is often whispered on the lips of wine amateurs and connoisseurs around the world. Home of the Super Tuscan, a term coined by wine critics, Tuscany is a jewel in Italy’s star-studded wine producing history. Tuscany is located in central Italy, and is home to the legendary Chianti region. Chianti is recognized ... Read More »

#3 Millesima Tips | Wine Harvest : What, When & How?

Harvest Millesima Tips 3

Wine grapes like all crops also need to be picked. “When” and “How” are two of the most important questions that winemakers ask themselves every vintage. We seek to illuminate the important topics surrounding harvests in our third installment of Millesima Tips. Mother Nature Determines All The most crucial point during the vine cycle is determining when to stop growth, ... Read More »

Kosta Browne: Restaurant friends turned wine makers

Kosta Browne Vineyard Millesima

Dan Kosta and Michael Browne have been making wine for almost 20 years, but they are still just as passionate and devoted as they were at the beginning of their journey. Dan and Michael’s high energy and can-do attitudes are the reasons that their high-wines are the center of a beautiful success story. Two friends who love wine John Ash ... Read More »

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