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Rosé Redux: The Pink Season Arrives

June 5, 2020

Over the past decade, rosé has become the “it” wine. In four years, from 2016 to 2020, sales in American liquor stores rose nearly 300% according to Nielson research. The […]

The Best Rosés to Try this Summer, According to Wine Experts

June 5, 2020

With Memorial Day in the rearview mirror, we are officially in the fast lane to summer. In accordance with the transition, Business Insider sat down with Andy Myers, wine direction […]

The Best Rosé Wines to Celebrate Summer

June 5, 2020

Good Housekeeping recommends the 2019 Chateau Minuty M de Minuty Rosé as one of their top wines to enjoy this summer. As temperatures warm up, wine lovers are ready to […]

Social Distancing, or not, with a Glass (or Bottle) of Rosé

June 5, 2020

Amidst the chaos brought on by COVID-19, The South Florida Reporter suggests harvesting the power of rosé to get you out of your funk, “it’s the perfect wine to welcome […]

Oregon’s Willamette Valley Gains Two New AVAs

June 5, 2020

The Drinks Business, the global leading drinks trade publication, reports that Oregon’s Willamette Valley officially gains two new AVAs: Laurelwood and Tualatin Hills. Laurelwood District gained approval after Luisa Ponzi, […]

Oregon’s Willamette Valley Designates Two New Wine-Growing Regions

June 5, 2020

Food & Wine Magazine reports that Oregon’s Willamette Valley officially has two new AVAs: Laurelwood District and Tualtin Hills. This monumental feat is the result of Ponzi Vineyards decade-long efforts […]

The Inn at Little Washingston Sommelier Allie Nault Wants to Help You Find the Perfect Pizza Pairing

June 5, 2020

In preparation for her take-over of the “Text a Somm” fundraiser with VinePair sommelier Allie Nault, of the Michelin Three Star property The Inn at Little Washington, discusses her own […]

Front Burner: Spanish Gin and a Cocktail, Too

June 5, 2020

This week, Florence Fabricant of The New York Times featured GINRAW in Front Burner, recommending it as a great new spirit that “showcases Spain’s love for the spirit.” She explains […]

Wine of the Week: Masciarelli Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 2016

June 3, 2020

Wine Curmudgeon, a blog dedicated to showcasing affordable and accessible wines, features the 2016 Masicarelli Montepuclaino d’Abruzzo 2016 in his latest wine of the week segment. The wine receives exceptionally […]

Perfect Luxury Gifts for Dad on Father’s Day

June 3, 2020, a platform dedicated to engaging content on the luxury lifestyle, featured the 2017 Gary Farrell Russian River Selection Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in its recent roundup of the best […]

Quinta Do Noval 2018 Vintage Port with Christian Seely

June 2, 2020

Christian Seely, managing director of Quinta do Noval for the past 27 years, introduces the 2018 Vintage Port. 

Until California Wineries Reopen, Try These At-Home Napa Valley Wine Tastings

June 1, 2020

Until Napa Valley is fully reopened, Forbes travel contributor Julie Tremaine recommends virtually tastings and estate tours at the valley’s top estates, including Chateau Montelena. By viewing this virtual tour, visitors can […]

A Virtual Trip to Ponzi Vineyards

June 1, 2020

The WineKnitter, a a wine, spirits food and travel blog, takers readers on a virtual trip to Ponzi Vineyards in her latest post. After providing an overview of the Willammette […]

Legacy of Family

June 1, 2020

Oregon Wine Press reports that although it might not be the 50th birthday party bash that Ponzi Vineyards had originally planed for, the pioneering Oregon label is celebrating nonetheless. In […]

Why The Small But Mighty Savennières Should Be on Your Radar

June 1, 2020

Forbes contributor Lana Bortolot is hoping to open readers’ eyes up to Savennières, a small and under-the-radar region in the Loire Valley producing high quality, mineral-driven Chenin Blanc. Bortolot highlights […]

25 Bottles of Rosé to Try This Summer

May 29, 2020

Town & Country selected Château Minuty as a top brand of rosé to seek out this summer. The writer recommends M de Minuty 2019, explaining that “this light and smooth […]

Wine Press – 3 Rose Wines, 3 Different Continents, 3 Outstanding Wines (Tasting Notes, Photo Gallery)

May 29, 2020

MassLive wine columnist Ken Ross featured Château Minuty Rose et Or 2019 in his latest story for the publication. He notes the estate is “an outstanding winery located near the […]

How Good Does Rosé Have to Be? With a Few Examples

May 29, 2020

Wine writer Fredric Koeppel dedicated a full post on his blog, Bigger Than Your Head, discussing rosé – the different styles it can be produced and the level – or […]

Turning Pink Green

May 29, 2020

Beverage Media’s June issue is filled with rosé category trends, news and noteworthy industry updates, and Château Minuty is featured several times within the article. Prestige 2019 is included as […]

Pretty in Pink: 5 Rosé Wines to Rock Your Summer

May 29, 2020

Edge Media Network selected Minuty Prestige 2019 as one of five rosés to pick up and enjoy this summer. The writer describes the wine wonderfully: “Kissed by the sun, this […]