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The Best White Wine Blends to Try (From A Wine Critic)

We really loved one of the recent “seminars” hosted by New York Times wine critic Eric Asimov. This seminar was part of Asimov’s ongoing virtual Wine School column for the...

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The Fascinating History Behind Rosé and Its Signature Shade

Rosé is officially in season, and the many great flushed rosés of California, France, Italy, and Spain start showing up on the shelves of great wine shops across the U.S....

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What Are Rooted Cuttings and Grafts? And What Role Do They Play in Wine Growing?

This is the time of year when grape growers make rooted cuttings from their vineyards.

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Wow Them at Your Next Dinner Party

Interesting historical insights, expert tips, and delicious wine and food pairings from a Master Sommelier — straight to your inbox every month.

Why American Chardonnay Deserves Your Attention

American Chardonnay usually gets a bad rap. Whether you’re an “old world” or “new world” type of drinker, there’s much to enjoy about the unique blend of American Chardonnays. Known...

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Why is Wine Used to Celebrate?

Across the globe, people will be raising glasses in celebrationthis holiday season. On New Year’s Eve, you’ll be able to hear the pops of people opening bottles of Champagne and...

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Alsace: The Shimmering Jewel of Northeast France

Happy 2015, everyone! Today's blog post and travelogue entry on Alsace comes from Boulder Wine Merchant team member Christopher Davis. Alsace: The Shimmering Jewel of Northeast France by Christopher Davis

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Beyond Vinho Verde: A Deep Dive on Port Wine

I recently was privileged to travel to Portugal for one week to visit wineries and vineyards. The main things I was asked about by friends and family as I was preparing...

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Liquid Food: The Intersection of Wine & Beer

Way back when I was in high school I had an eccentric history teacher who had spent a lot of time over seas before taking the job at my school....

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