Fact: shopping for wine in a grocery store is perfectly acceptable – but it’s not always easy to find a great deal. Some wine enthusiasts shy away from buying wine at grocery store chains due to the (typically) high markup or limited selection.
Can you find good wine at your local grocery store? We think so. Take advantage of promotions and stock up on your favorites or try our something new!
Wine stores can be overwhelming, especially if you don't know what to look for. Here are 4 tips to keep in mind whenever you are shopping for wine.
Rather than bottle and label wines destined for sales channels with diminishing demand, wineries will likely choose to bottle less wine this year. Subsequently, more barrels should be available for wholesale purchase.
In Napa Valley alone, the wine industry brings in a staggering $9.4 billion dollars annually, with additional billions generated by the hospitality industry catering to visitors from all over the world. But with these visitors suddenly gone – how does one stay in business?
A wine has not finished evolving simply because it is in the bottle. Like a living, breathing thing, it changes and takes on new characteristics as it ages.
The family of Claudine Wines are thrilled to share some exciting news: Our 2014 Napa Cabernet Sauvignon received a 92 point rating through Wine Enthusiast! So what does it mean to be a 92 point wine? Let us pour another glass of celebratory bubbly and we’ll tell you!
About 18 months after making our first vintage of wine, we were approached by a friend who works for a high-end winery with some excess Cabernet to sell. This was some amazing wine, and we had the opportunity to buy it at a great price.