Chateau Gigault “Cuvee Viva” is one of my favorite everyday drinking Bordeaux. So when I was offered some more of the friendly and delicious 2012, I bought all the 10 cases they had. This is one to enjoy right away… Continue reading
WPW Masterclass Wine Series:
On Saturday, March 30th at 6pm, we welcome Roberto Tondo from Collefrisio winery, Abruzzo, here at WPW for the next in our series of Masterclass wine tastings.
This two-flight adventure explores the many different… Continue reading
In March of 2017 Jim spent a few weeks in Sorrento located in the Campania Region of Italy. Stunning beautiful on the Bay of Naples with the Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, Naples, Herculaneum and Capri all nearby. But what was more… Continue reading
The Perano estate is located in the heart of Chianti Classico
in Gaiole and enjoys exceptional climate and soil. The sire was recently purchased by Frescobaldi one of the great names in Tuscany. The vineyards are located 1500-1800 feet above… Continue reading
COS – Giambattista Cilia and Giusto Occhipinti are two of the three owners of COS.We have carried the wine from this great winery for years and the 2016 Pithos Rosso has just arrived and is excellent! For those of you… Continue reading
On Saturday, March 9th at 6pm, come meet Walter Lodali, third generation winemaker with the Lodali Vineyards and taste some of his incredible wines along with a three-course traditional Piedmontese dinner.
Lodali Wines is a true family business! It began… Continue reading
For Rhone Lovers Chateau La Nerthe needs no introduction. Simply stated, it is one of the most renownedand oldest producers in the Southern Rhone. If your a Chateauneuf fan, this wine should not be missed.
The wine will arrive in… Continue reading
On Saturday, April 6th, West Palm Wines is happy to participate in the 12th Annual Benefit Wine Tasting to support Variety, The Children’s Charity of Florida, taking place in Orlando. (SEE DETAILS BELOW) We have been involved since the inception… Continue reading
The Scavino family (Enrico and his daughters Enrica and Elisa) carry forth an important family legacy with a wide range of cru-specific wines that brilliantly exhibit individual styles – despite all being made by the same hands. Because Scavino produces… Continue reading
When you talk about the big wines of Italy, reds that is, you hear about Barolo, Brunello and Amarone. These are without a doubt the wines that collectors and avid wine drinkers look for in particular. All so very different… Continue reading