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Wine of the Month: Netzl, Zweigelt

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Netzl

Netzl, Zweigelt Carnuntum, 2018 $18, organic Netzl is a family-owned and operated winery in the Carnuntum region south and east of Vienna, bordering Slovakia and Hungary. Current winemaker, Christina Netzl, […]

Many Thanks From Windham Wines

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Meadow Sunrise

We say it every year at this time, and we feel it everyday that we are in the shop interacting with you, our customer-friends. We are grateful for your support and for your friendship. Santé, customer-friends. And happy Thanksgiving 2022! Read on for more including our Thanksgiving holiday hours.

Explore! Wine of the Month

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Lagrein

We try to whet your wine appetite and expand your palate with our wine recommendations and the virtual tastings. We are going to experiment with a wine of the month that focuses on a different variety, especially those with which you may be less familiar. This Month’s Pick: Lagrein, from Alto Adige in Italy

Fall Returns To Windham Wines

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Where did summer go? Each year, it seems to get shorter. Fall is in the air, and also starting its display in the maples. With fall, Windham Wines begins its seasonal transition away from summer whites and rosés, back to winter whites and reds. The team has continued to taste, exploring producers new to our distributors (e.g., Peay Vineyards in Sonoma and Tselepos in the Peloponnesian Peninsula) and regions or countries newly available to us (for instance, Calabria, Georgia and Croatia). New wines arrive weekly. If you have not been in for awhile, you’ll find lots to explore.

Spring Wine Recommendations

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barbara

Our wine recommendations this month meet the following “earth-friendly” criteria organic, biodynamic or regenerative organic– biodynamics and regenerative each start with organic farming but each goes well beyond what can […]

Enjoy Earth-Friendly Wines

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earth friendly wines

At the very beginning of April, salamanders emerged from their earthen burrows to migrate to their vernal pools; American Robins, Red-winged Blackbirds and Phoebes have returned to their northern homes; […]