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Rose’s do not travel well. Although, Rose’ is a great food wine if they are fresh, and I mean a year from vintage. But they don’t travel well so serve them on the way back; give them something to remember with a nice Mediterranean flare. Furthermore, Mediterranean blush wines that are a traditional dry in style make them poor travelers in a pressurized environment. The soft, subtle and delicate aromas of rose’s are so suppressed at this altitude that they […]
You don’t have to be a connoisseur to enjoy wine; however there are a few rules to follow to ensure your wine doesn’t have a shortened life or turn into a hideous rendition of grape juice and vinegar. We can all save ourselves from the bad wine experience by taking some precautionary measures to ensure the wines will survive their long term stay with us.
If one does not have a temperature controlled unit, the easiest and least expensive route […]
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, and the catastrophic damage caused by the flooding and power outages, left many shipments of wine suffering reprehensible damage. Importers/ distributors warehouse’s and container ships out of the Port of Houston were all affected. Economic impact will be in the billions of dollars in infrastructure restoration and reform, plus not to mention the viability in commerce, and the disruption of traditional trade routes and employee impact.
It is true that insurance carriers carry the […]