“Making the past a strength. An influence. Demanding precision, subtlety. Imagining the finest of wines, generous, ambitious. The continuation of our story. A story of a name, a winery rooted at the heart of Hermitage.” – Ferraton Père & Fils
Meritage / Red Blends
After seriously getting into wine, I found I began collecting wines. I dabbled in some futures and bought some new releases to lay down in my cellar. I have a handful of St. Émilion Premier Grand Cru1 wines that I’ve dubbed my retirement wines2 as well as a few 1st and 2nd growth wines that I bought with some age on them.
You have to be doing something right to be able to make wine for nearly 100 years. Enter Pasqua wine. So often we accomplish great feats in life and are OK resting on our laurels, maintaining the status quo. But that has never been the case with the Pasqua Family. The family has been making great wines since 1925 with Pasqua being a household name in Italy for about as long. Even back as early as the 1940s, the family prided itself on being innovative and setting the standard in the winemaking world when they invested in vineyards and a bottling plant to help secure the winery’s future.1.
Wine al fresco is not always as easy as we’d like it to be. Whether it’s the beach, pool-side, or at a picnic
We are smack dab in the midst of grilling season, so I was thrilled when the folks at Pedroncelli