"Spanish wine is riding high right now. We have witnessed a boom in continental regions followed by the current upsurge of Atlantic areas, but the Mediterranean is stuck. We really need more people making interesting wines here." - José María VicenteRead More
Dani Landi and Fernando Garcia have partnered with their local cooperative to save the vineyards around their home village. Granito del Cadalso Garnacha is the result.
Mario Rovira went looking for freshness in Spain and found it in the mountains south of Ponferrada.
Victoria Torres is the driving talent behind Matias i Torres, the premiere estate on La Palma.
With a string of old vineyards stretching from Soria to Valladolid, Jérôme Bougnaud is making his wines, quite literally, outside the boundaries.
Australian Karen Turner is finding a new depth of elegance at Bébian and we're thrilled to have these wines back in the portfolio.
So dedicated is Jérôme Bressy to the varietal diversity of his vineyards that he has left AOC Rasteau and is charting his own path as one of the most compelling estates in the Rhône Valley.
Located in the hills below La Montagne Noire in Minervois la Livinière, Domaine de Courbissac has just begun to hit its stride under the talented Brunnhilde Claux.
Our friend and colleague Ben Henshaw of Indigo Wine UK sent us the following article on Dani Landi written by […]
We’ve excerpted what Luis Gutiérrez has written about Jorge Monzón of Dominio del Águila in Wine Advocate #229 not only […]
As specialists in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, we’ve been taken with the terroir maps we see when we visit our properties. While many are […]
When did you first conceive of the idea that has become Terroir Históric? There are three motivations for the foundation […]
“We need to drink more Champagne.” This is something we frequently say much like normal people say, “I need to get more […]