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wine article Happy Valentines Day How St Tropez Led To A Grand Cru Rose

Happy Valentines Day How St Tropez Led To A Grand Cru Rose

Wed, 14 Feb 2018

Rose’s upswing craze originated in New York’s Hamptons where Rosé has been enjoyed every summer for the past 10 years by an elite crowd that travels to Southern France and brings th...


wine article Bodegas Muriel Generations Defining The Evolution Of Style In Rioja And Spain

Bodegas Muriel Generations Defining The Evolution Of Style In Rioja And Spain

Fri, 09 Feb 2018

Go-wine's team had the honor of interviewing Javier Murua of Bodegas Muriel. Presented here is the story of his family, the evolution of the wine styles in La Rioja, and indeed the evolution of Rioja ...


wine article Wine Production  Vine Cycle To Winemaking

Wine Production Vine Cycle To Winemaking

Thu, 08 Feb 2018

This video is a collaboration between Wine Line Radio, Go-Wine.com and WineBusinessAcademy.com. It gives a great overview of the vine cycle, harvest, crush, and bottling.

The content is des...


wine article Opinion Some Unsettling Texas Wine Arithmetic

Opinion Some Unsettling Texas Wine Arithmetic

Thu, 25 Jan 2018

If you missed January’s 2018 Texas Hill Country Wine Symposium you missed a cracker. Attendance was a record, and the content of the presentations bang on point. However, one presentation rose a...


wine article The State Of The Industry Wine Report

The State Of The Industry Wine Report

Mon, 22 Jan 2018

On January 18, 2018 Rob McMillan, EVP & founder of Silicon Valley Bank's Wine Division; Gretchen Boock, Chief Executive Officer, Dobbes Family Estate / Wine By Joe; Mary Jo Dale, Marketing Directo...


wine article Is A Grand Cru Rose Possible A Great Winemaker From Atlas Peak May Have An Academy Award Winner

Is A Grand Cru Rose Possible A Great Winemaker From Atlas Peak May Have An Academy Award Winner

Tue, 13 Feb 2018

Recently Go-Wine.com had the distinct pleasure and honor to interview Igor Sill, founder, owner, and winemaker at Sill Family Vineyards. In this comprehensive interview a secret to making a great rose...


wine article The Origins Of Wine Civilization Podcast Interview David Furer

The Origins Of Wine Civilization Podcast Interview David Furer

Fri, 19 Jan 2018

Listen and learn as David Furer expounds of the history of wine throughout the world.

The history of wine, while inextricably linked to today’s exponentially-growing wine industry, is...


wine article Georges Duboeuf Humble Winemaker Changing The World

Georges Duboeuf Humble Winemaker Changing The World

Tue, 09 Jan 2018

Recently one of Go-Wine's experts on French and Croatian wines, Anton Maletich, had the opportunity to interview one of the world's preeminent influencing forces in the wine world Georges DuBeouf. The...


wine article Fattoria Felsina And Giuseppe Mazzocolin A Tuscan Pairing

Fattoria Felsina And Giuseppe Mazzocolin A Tuscan Pairing

Sun, 17 Dec 2017

Dominic Poggiali took a chance in 1966 and bought the estate of Fattoria Felsina in Castelnuovo Berardenga, just to the southeast of Siena. Times were difficult then for Italian wines and the vinicult...


wine article David Furer

David Furer

Sat, 25 Nov 2017

David Furer is an internationally recognized journalist, marketer and speaker, David's work has taken him to the world's most recognized and most far-flung wine-producing locales. With over two decade...


wine article Luis Torres

Luis Torres

Sun, 01 Jan 2017

Luis Torres, GO-Wine Co-Founder and Chief Marketing and Sales Officer. Luis is an internationally renowned, bilingual, WSET Advanced Certified instructor. He is highly acclaimed by his clients and pee...


wine article Brian Duncan

Brian Duncan

Sun, 01 Jan 2017

Chicago native Brian Duncan can be best described as a food, wine and hospitality evangelist. He possesses an unquenchable enthusiasm enriched by decades as a restaurateur, winemaker, seminar speaker ...


wine article Lisa Mango

Lisa Mango

Sun, 01 Jan 2017

Lisa Mango is an innovative and results-driven hospitality leader focused on achieving exceptional results in highly competitive environments. Experienced in driving sales, improving costs and streaml...


wine article Anton Maletich

Anton Maletich

Sun, 01 Jan 2017

Anton Maletich's pedigree was founded in his childhood interest in cooking and the culinary world. He watched while his mother made the gravy, his grandmother make the palacinka and his grandfather pr...


wine article Robert Scott

Robert Scott

Sun, 01 Jan 2017

Robert Scott is a multi-faceted individual. He is an artist, designer, photographer and host of WineLine Radio. He has extensive experience in the creative arts as a advertising agency / design studio...


wine article Sushi Maki At 400 Am Stuart And Richard Are Preparing Your Sushi

Sushi Maki At 400 Am Stuart And Richard Are Preparing Your Sushi

Thu, 21 Sep 2017

The great worldwide culinary movement is going strong. Thanks to the internet, air travel, and our ever powerful handheld devices. Cuisine such as Colombian Empanadas, Korean Kimchi, Indian Vindaloo, ...


wine article Your Wine List Is A Treasure

Your Wine List Is A Treasure

Tue, 23 Jan 2018

One of the most effective engagement tools remaining in the restaurant industry is the wine list. However, it remains one of the most incorrectly and underutilized resources in most dining environment...


wine article Becco Lydia Bastianich  Excellence Defined

Becco Lydia Bastianich Excellence Defined

Mon, 11 Sep 2017

Sometimes an experience is so powerful you just have to write about it. I was traveling through NYC and one of the Go-Wine contributors recommended that I should stop by one of his favorite dining des...


wine article Successful Restaurant Operations Lisa Mango

Successful Restaurant Operations Lisa Mango

Tue, 11 Apr 2017

Interview with Lisa Mango

1. What are some keys to a successful beverage operation? Key advice: Sales training not just ...


wine article A Valentine Rose Pronounced Like Jose

A Valentine Rose Pronounced Like Jose

Tue, 14 Feb 2017

Rosé Pronounced Like José

There was a time when if you said "Rosé", thoughts of sweet, fruity, one dimensional wines came to mind. We all remember


wine article They Make Wine In Croatia

They Make Wine In Croatia

Mon, 30 Jan 2017

Mention Croatia and many people picture a cold, Eastern European country, part of the old Soviet Block. Wrong on all counts. Croatia has both a continental and Mediterranean climate and is more accura...


wine article Chateauneuf Du Pape

Chateauneuf Du Pape

Wed, 20 Dec 2017

Chateauneuf-du-Pape literally means "New Castle of the Pope", but not just because Pope John XXII built his summer residence here in the 14th century. Since 121 BC the Romans had already called the si...


wine article Chablis Seen Through The Eyes Of William Fevre

Chablis Seen Through The Eyes Of William Fevre

Mon, 30 Oct 2017

William Fevre is one of my favorite wine producers.  Didier Seguier of William Fevre is one of the extraordinary winemakers in Chablis. His wine is known as "a classic" and a “go to”...


wine article Champagne

Champagne

Sun, 29 Oct 2017

"I have tasted the stars!" exclaims blind Benedictine monk Dom Perignon as he first tastes Champagne. Or so the story goes. In reality the famous monk wasn't blind and he never really said this, in fa...


wine article Unexpected Umbria

Unexpected Umbria

Sat, 28 Oct 2017

Unexpected Umbria is a land of lush rolling hills, ancient medieval villages, delectable wines and sumptuous regional cuisine. Home to ...


wine article Loire

Loire

Wed, 20 Sep 2017

A valley to love. The Loire Valley.

This exceptionally lovely valley is situated along the Loire River from the Muscadet region near the city of Nantes on the Atlantic coast to the region o...


wine article Sauternes

Sauternes

Fri, 08 Sep 2017

The Sweeter Side of Bordeaux

Bordeaux has another face that the wine world sees and may not readily associate with the broader wine producing region. Sauternes and Barsac, which lies withi...


wine article Chianti

Chianti

Thu, 07 Sep 2017

The Black Rooster Roars

The symbol of Chianti Classico is the black rooster. Why? The legend says that in the 13th century Florence and Siena decided to use a horse race t...


wine article Australia

Australia

Wed, 06 Sep 2017

Australia is one of the world's largest wine economies. It has a long and rich history tied to the British expansion into the new world in the late 1700's. The ride to its present golden age of wine w...


wine article Argentina

Argentina

Tue, 05 Sep 2017

The South American wine movement is rooted in a rich history connected to the colonization of South America by the Spanish, the movement of the Vitis Vinifera grapes through the continent, and the dis...


wine article New Zealand

New Zealand

Mon, 04 Sep 2017

New Zealand is perhaps one of the most exciting and influential wine regions in the world. It's location, topography and geologic origins provide the ingredients to make some of the most emblematic wi...


wine article Alsace

Alsace

Sun, 03 Sep 2017

Tucked away in northeastern France, nestled between the Vosges Mountains and the Rhine River, lies Alsace, one of the country's most unique wine regions. Small beautiful villages stretch up the vineya...


wine article Croatia

Croatia

Sun, 03 Sep 2017

They make wine in Croatia?? Yes they do and for a lot longer than they have in Bordeaux or Burgundy. More than 2,500 years ago the Greeks introduced viticulture along Croatia’s Adriatic coast an...


wine article Navarra  Spain

Navarra Spain

Sat, 22 Jul 2017

Tucked below France, into a series of rugged valleys emanating southward from the mountainous tip of north-central Spain, the vineyards of Navarra spill out across verdant foothills fed by Atlantic ra...


wine article Galena  Northwest Illinois

Galena Northwest Illinois

Mon, 29 May 2017

Located at the northwest of Illinois, Galena is the perfect place to connect with people and the nature. The rolling hills, scenic roads and historic charm revitalize the spirit. Inspired by nature an...


wine article Calistoga  Napa Valley

Calistoga Napa Valley

Fri, 31 Mar 2017

Calistoga is at the north end of the Napa Valley in the Bay Area region of California. Calistoga was founded as a hot springs resort in the 1860's by Sam Brannan, California's first millionaire, and h...


wine article Bordeaux

Bordeaux

Sat, 02 Sep 2017

2000 Years Define Bordeaux

To understand the wines of Bordeaux, one needs to know its history. Bordeaux wine production began after 43 AD during the Roman occupation of Gau...


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