There is a definite plus to working in a wine store such as Vine & Table. We get to choose which wine to put on our shelves. To do that, we constantly taste and evaluate wines from different regions, producers and at various price points. The most often asked question by friends, family and customers […]
Perched on a hilltop in Tuscany, the towering red walls of Brolio Castle evoke images of Italian feudalism; its ramparts, stone walls, and gardens would be enough to make any Italophile swoon. Visitors to the castle also find themselves marveling at the fact that they have found the oldest winery in Italy (perhaps even the […]
Having a winemaker on hand to take our customers through a tasting is always special, but on Friday, March 15, we’ll outdo ourselves and welcome 11 Italian winemakers to the store. The winemakers represent 9 different wineries and will offer a great range of varietals and styles, so regardless of your preference, you’re certain to […]
So if we told you 6 of our 24 wines in this month’s Pick 24 selection hail from France, what is your visceral reaction? Are you familiar with French wines and your ears perk up? Or does the subject feel overwhelming and your eyes glaze over? Maybe it is the seemingly unpronounceable names or the […]
It’s 2013 and in honor of the New Year our staff got together and picked our favorite 13 wines under $13. Here’s what made our list and why…
It’s February, it’s cold outside and we’re feeling the lure of a cozy evening spent fireside with a distinct wine to warm the soul. What are we turning to? What else but full, rich Cabernets, Old World wines and even some decedent after dinner wines.
The wine world is a wonderful place to be! Every week we get to hear the latest buzz on “this wine” or “that producer.” We get the inside scoop on the “latest vintage” or the “next super-trend”. You can be sure there is a wealth of information out there with a global output of more […]
Every cloud has a silver lining. The cloud in this case relates to Cosentino Winery, producers of one of the country’s most recognizable Zinfandel wines. The winery went bankrupt in late 2008 despite making many fantastic wines for well over a decade. In early 2011, the winery along with its labels and brands, was purchased […]