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What Is Beaujolais Nouveau? – SOMM TIPS with Franck Duboeuf

There’s nobody better to teach us about Beaujolais Nouveau than Duboeuf. Duboeuf’s family company brought the first Beaujolais Nouveau to the Unites States in the 1980’s, and this season we’re celebrating an exciting new launch: the first ever Beaujolais Nouveau Rose has arrived.

New Zealand Wines 101 Nelson Seifried - Wine4Food

New Zealand’s Kiwi Winemakers Are Showing Their Skins

An Introduction to New Zealand’s Wines Since exploding onto the scene with its distinctively delicious Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand’s winemakers continue to keep things fresh and exciting vintage after vintage.…

Rosé Wines From Beyond Provence

Warm spring days mean it is “rosé all day” time. But if you’ve been turned off by some of the South of France plonk that’s found its way into many a frosé over the past few summers, we highly recommend looking for others. There is a rosé for everyone.

Wine Pairings – Roast Pork & Apples with New Zealand Rosé

Spring is in the air, and Easter is fast approaching. With that in mind, design your next family get-together around this crowd-pleasing pork and apple dish that is perfectly suited for off-dry Riesling or rosé. Developed by James Beard-nominated writer Allison Robicelli, the apple, baking spices, and succulence of the pork brings out the crisp, tart, apple notes of these wines.

Wine’s Holy Grail, Burgundy

For many fine wine lovers, Burgundy is the “holy grail,” the ultimate reference point by which all other great wine regions are measured. Almost all Burgundy (‘Bourgogne’) wines are either reds made from Pinot Noir or whites made from Chardonnay. Sounds simple, right?