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Cava Recaredo

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Cava Recaredo

Cava’s New Wave: 6 Great Bottles to Pop This Winter

No conversation about today’s Cava renaissance would be complete without mentioning Recaredo. Pioneers of biodynamic farming in the Alt Penedès region, the Mata family has been producing Cava since 1924,   Read More.

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Remelluri

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Remelluri

Redefining Rioja terroir

Remelluri is one of the oldest properties in Rioja Alavesa, near the hamlet of Ribas del Tereso. Its setting gives you that same wild, electric jolt that you get from approaching Chalone in California, or Glenwood in Franschhoek.  Read more.

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Snowden Vineyards

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Snowden Vineyards

A Napa family finesses Cabernet, with Burgundy in mind

Diana Snowden Seysses, the family’s winemaker…grew up here, tasting Cabernet grapes on the Snowden ranch, today she spends much of her time in Burgundy’s Morey-Saint-Denis. Read More.

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Your Next Lesson: Gigondas

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Your Next Lesson: Gigondas

The southern Rhône is known for its warm, generous, heady wines. Châteauneuf-du-Pape is the most famous among them. Its wine can achieve a majesty that other southern Rhône appellations can only envy, but Châteauneufs nowadays can also seem overly powerful and fruity depending on the style of the producer. They are also expensive. Gigondas, by contrast, ...

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Cappellano Chinato

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Cappellano Chinato

Chinato (pronounced key-NOT-oh) is a fortified wine in which neutral spirits are infused with a combination of ingredients including quinine, called chinino in Italian, hence the name Chinato. It’s then blended with a base of Barolo wine and sweetened with sugar. Read More.

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The Gateway to Terroir

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The Gateway to Terroir

Vinoteca is for wine drinkers who want to know and taste where their wine comes from.  We constantly search for new wines that will excite you. The majority of our portfolio represents small to medium sized producers.  Many are family-owned and operated, where the grapes are estate-grown and the wines estate-bottled. These winemakers have a deep connection to the land and employ responsible farming and wine-making techniques. We are proud to work with such dedicated individuals. Let us know what ...

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Quality First

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Quality First

Retailers and restaurateurs know that customers want something new.  We bring top quality wines at all price points to keep your shelves and lists fresh and customers happy.  Many of the wines have received accolades in the press and have found success in larger markets.  At the same time, we love discovering hidden gems and bringing them to a larger audience. We supply complete product information, shelf-talkers, and menu descriptions. We know how hard you work, and we’re always right ...

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Continuity of Care and Respect

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Continuity of Care and Respect

As more chefs and diners care about where their food comes from, so too do many wine consumers. Having a relationship with our growers allows us to ensure high quality by knowing the details about their philosophy, growing and winemaking methods. Our hands-on approach brings us to their vineyards and partners us with importers who share our vision and commitment to fine wine. At every stage of transport and storage, our wines are climate controlled.

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