American consumers are turning to Argentinean wines for their value and quality. According to Nielson Co. Argentinean wine sales have increased at least 29% in the last year. And why? Because Argentina’s wine industry has matured and has been turning out high quality, value oriented wines appealing to consumers in this economy.
Where wine drinkers have not given up their inbibing pleasure, many have scaled down to more value oriented brands. This is where Argentinean Malbec branding is making its strides. Malbec in particular has quite a following in many wine circles and especially the Millennial crowd. The grape varietal is More >
Ever wonder what’s its like belonging to one of the oldest wine societies? Well if so, here’s a sneak peak at the 34th Gathering of The Dionysian International to celebrate wine, education and truth.
The event, held at Le Mer in Cape May, NJ featured everything from the always entertaining Mystery Meal (Gourmet Gastronomy) to the celebratory Sabering of Champagne by Dr. Maynard Johnston. And of course there was the Black Tie Gala to induct new Dionysians into the fold as well as elevating some old Dionysians to Tastevin status, all done under the direction and support of Chancellor, Dr. John More >
Yet another reason to drink red wine! Not only is red wine good for a woman’s sex life, but it may be good for her waist line as well .A recent article published by Reuters suggests that drinking wine, especially red wine may be good for a woman’s waistline.The study started out with 20,000 trim middle aged and older women. Overtime women who drank alcohol in moderation put on less weight and were less apt to become overweight as compared to non-drinkers. Red wine seems best at keeping a woman’s weight in check, yet wine, beer and some spirits also More >
CoolVines currently in Princeton and Westfield is a wine retailer that focuses on the boutique wine market with an emphasis on showcasing wines from small producers. Mark Censits founder and CEO of CoolVines and his team, personally scout out distributors and importers that specialize in this niche market — avoiding wines that are mass marketed and produced. Though the occasional heavily branded wine like Kendall Jackson or big ticket cult wine appears on the shelf; emphasizing there’s a wine for everyone, most of CoolVines shelves are stocked with wines that are not as broadly marketed.
“We don’t expect our customers to More >