Easter Egg Hunt in the Cellar Anyone?

Easter Egg Hunt in the Cellar, Anyone?

Nowadays, there is a new trend in cellars, using eggs. No, I am not talking about the process by which we can stabilize and clarify red wines using real albumin from eggs. The oval objects I am talking about are … Read More »

The Wine Business – Let's Keep it Real - wine glass with white wine and trees in background

The Wine Business – Let’s Keep it Real

Our President & CEO, Jane Creed, always guides us here at WineShop At Home to use only the truth – without buzzwords or false claims. We have high standards for our wines and our words. All 10,000 wineries in the … Read More »

The Grapevine Vegetative Cycle Part III

The Grapevine Vegetative Cycle Part III

Over the past few months, we have been following the development of the grapevine. March is truly the beginning of the growing cycle, following the pruning. A Recap of the Vegetative Cycle: • Bleeding of the vines between February and … Read More »

WineShop At Home's Winemaker - Alex Reble

Meet Our Winemaker

I grew up in the Bordeaux region of France, which is well known for its vineyards, the coastal climate of the Atlantic and its historical towns. My family’s only remote connection to wine is through my grandfather. Indeed, I inherited … Read More »

The Secrets Behind Sparkling Wines

The Secrets Behind Sparkling Wines

The creation of sparkling wine follows the same main principle as all other wines: fermentation. However, of all wines, sparkling wines are considered the most technical in the world to produce. Why? The reason is due to a secondary fermentation … Read More »

Winemaker's Holiday Food & Wine Pairing Guide

Winemaker’s Holiday Food & Wine Pairing Guide

The time has come to start preparing for holiday celebrations and festivities. Pairing food and wine for you and your guests can sometimes be challenging, especially if you’re planning a buffet or potluck. Our number one tip? Serve an assortment … Read More »

Smokey and the Barrel

Smokey and the Barrel

Last year, I was celebrating my wife’s birthday at a restaurant in Napa. Among our guests was my longtime friend Pierre, winemaker at Signorello. Nobody was expecting that only a few hours later, the wine countryside of Sonoma and Napa … Read More »