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Coravin Giveaway – Last Call ! Extended thru January 31st, 2022

Coravin Model Three

Extended! Now thru January 31st, 2022, when you sign up as a new member of Beverly Hills Wine Club or you refer a friend, you will be entered to win a new Coravin Model Three wine preservation system (Retail Value $149.95) in our Explore More Gorgeous Wine Giveaway. Membership is complimentary. Coravin is the industry standard in wine preservation systems and the finest tool we’ve come across when preserving luxury fine wine. As Coravin states, “Drink what you want, without compromise. Coravin gives you the freedom to pour the wine you desire,… Read More

First Look: Four Seasons Heads to Napa Valley With Its First Wine Country Resort and Residences

Four Seasons Napa Valley Resort

Napa Valley is much more than it’s rolling hills, sprawling vineyards and charming towns—it’s also a destination brimming with world-class hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants helmed by renowned chefs. It might, then, come as a surprise that Four Seasons, a brand synonymous with the high level of luxury that exists in Napa Valley, has never planted roots in the area before now. That changes on November 1, when the opening of Four Seasons Napa Valley Resort and Residences will introduce a new era of luxury to the region. The property is located on… Read More

Explore More Gorgeous Wine – New Member Giveaway

Coravin Model Three

Extended! Now thru January 31st, 2022, when you sign up as a new member of Beverly Hills Wine Club or you refer a friend, you will be entered to win a new Coravin Model Three wine preservation system (Retail Value $149.95) in our Explore More Gorgeous Wine Giveaway. Membership is complimentary. Coravin is the industry standard in wine preservation systems and the finest tool we’ve come across when preserving luxury fine wine. As Coravin states, “Drink what you want, without compromise. Coravin gives you the freedom to pour the wine you desire,… Read More

Here’s How to Tell if a Wine Is Worth Aging

Not every Cabernet is meant for the cellar, but experts weigh in on how to tell if you should wait to open a bottle. One of the coolest—and most confounding—things about wine is that it’s alive. It was captured at a moment in time when it went into the bottle, but it continues to change. It might evolve into something a few years down the road that offers beautiful aromas of fruit compote and a bouquet of dried flowers, complex and intriguing layers of flavor and smooth, integrated tannins that say more… Read More

30 great places to drink wine in Los Angeles

Critic Bill Addison recommends L.A. wine bars and restaurants with excellent wine lists The wine list at Kismet in Los Feliz — printed on six or so loose sheets of marigold-colored paper, clasped in a small silver binder clip — has no descriptions for the biodynamic Alsatian whites and the sulfur-free Rhône reds it catalogs. The only extraneous information appears in the Skin Contact/Orange category. Under the names and prices of the wines, beverage director Kae Whalen notes the length of time the grapes macerated with their skins during the winemaking process:… Read More