10 Great Italian Wines You Can’t Buy Here in the US

TPG Contributor Roger Morris knows wine. Here, he digs up some of the best offerings in Italy’s arsenal — that you can only buy there. Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, one of the earliest “Super Tuscan red blends,” blossomed in the 1970s and changed the way the wine world categorized bottles by ditching the strict rules of Italian Denominazione di Origine…

Wine Wednesday: Portland Craft Beer and Spirits

There’s a saying that winemakers have that goes, “It takes a lot of good beer to make great wine,” and no man (or woman) can live on wine alone, so for today’s #WineWednesday, we are switching it up a bit to taste some great brews and spirits in Portland, Oregon. TPG Contributor Casey Hatfield-Chiotti takes us around some of the area’s best…

Wine Wednesday: Finger Lakes, New York

For today’s #WineWednesday, TPG contributor Sharon McDonnell takes us to one of North America’s under-the-radar wine regions – a place with beautiful scenery, shimmering lakes and long summer days. We’re going wine-tasting in upstate New York’s Finger Lakes region. The scenic Finger Lakes region in central-western New York is abloom with apple blossoms in late spring, crimson and…

Wine Wednesday: Texas Hill Country

For today’s #WineWednesday, TPG contributor Kristine Hansen takes us to one of the USA’s under-the-radar wine regions, the Texas Hill Country between San Antonio and Austin to try some wines you might not have heard of, all served with signature Texas hospitality. Think of Texas and wineries might not immediately come to mind. Instead, you’re envisioning country…