It’s Moscato Day!

Happy Moscato Day! Last year we went a bit into the history of Moscato d’Asti as a grape and the Piemonte region it hails from.  In that content, we spoke about how farmers enjoy Moscato with lunch because of its lower alcohol volume.  Since that posting we’ve spoken…

Understanding Italy: Piemonte

Beautiful Piemonte, home to Barolo and Barbaresco.  Well, home to Nebbiolo more correctly.  Take it a step further, home to Barbera, Dolcetto, Moscato, Cortese, and Arneis in addition to other local and international varietals. In addition to a plethora of grape varietals grown in Piemonte, the region produces…

North Carolina Wine Month

Sadly shadowed and run alongside California Wine Month is a month dedicated to the wines of North Carolina. North Carolina has hundreds of years of grape growing history, and in the mid-19th century, boasted 25 wineries and dominated the national market in the US until post-civil war times…

Our Top 3 Netflix Pairings!

The weather is warming up, the sun is out, and it’s time to step outside and enjoy the summer, but let’s be honest, we’ve been flexing our binge-watching muscles all winter and spring, so this is no time to let that slide!  The next time you Netflix and chill, here’s…

New Release: Lot 624 Moscato d’Asti

Everyone’s favorite sipper has returned.  Your 1,000’s of emails, countless calls and messages on social media have been heard.  This is the same producer as previous Lots from the Asti area of Italy we’ve offered.  If you are concerned about the profile of this vintage in comparison to the previous, just allow Cam to walk you through what’s in the glass, and rest assured, this is still going to be your favorite Moscato!

Decoded: A Brief History of Moscato

You’ve emailed, you’ve called, you’ve made it the number one searched term on our site, you’ve begged us, pleaded with us, and even tried to barter with us, and all of your hard-fought desires and dreams come true.  Tomorrow.  Moscato d’Asti is back! Before you take up battle…