A November 12, 2013 article on the DW.de website touches upon the French wine industry and the popularity of biodynamic viticulture among the country’s vineyards. While much of biodynamics appears to be superstitious, the practice harkens back to the old traditions of winemaking. As noted by one interviewed vintner, biodynamics helps create unique soil, which in turn creates unique wine: Continue reading Local Shipping for Sipping: Quickly & Reliably Shipping Wine to Massachusetts
Colonial Spirits Delivers wants to help you celebrate the yuletide season with style and elegance. This is why we are recommending special gift ideas from our selection of wine, champagne, liquor, and beer. Any of our offerings may prove to be a wonderful present that your friends and relatives will love. Take your pick among our bottles, and you will soon find it right at your doorstep thanks to our efficient services for wine delivery to Boston and the rest of Massachusetts. Continue reading Online Boston Wine Delivery Company Shares Gift Ideas for Christmas
Acton, Massachusetts (November 15, 2013) – Colonial Spirits Delivers will be shipping wine to Massachusetts this coming holiday season. Their customers may have the online store ship bottles that are featured in their selection of alcohol gift ideas. Continue reading Colonial Spirits Will Be Shipping Wine to Massachusetts for the Holidays
An article on the Huffington Post website dated November 4, 2013 enumerates the top wine destinations in the world. Connoisseurs of the fine drink know very well that each region produces wine that features its own unique flavor, and there’s an entire world of wine to explore. The article itself acknowledges this fact, and even encourages wine enthusiasts to travel the globe in search of the world’s best: Continue reading Sample the World’s Best Wines Through Boston Wine Delivery Services
As nights grow cooler and evening breezes soothe away the heat of these warm fall days, our palates are prone to brief episodes of unrest and indecision, barely noticed but in those whose passion it is to punctuate the beginning of autumn-and the day–with wine.
The sense memory of unyielding rays against the skin, reignited momentarily at sunset in a faint echo of the sun’s full effect, seduces the mind into craving cold. If you love wine truly then scratch that itch with cold water within and without after which clear thinking may prevail.
In October the properly quenched mind craves Côtes du Rhône, of cooling minerals that bathe the tongue, earthy fruit (itself the evocation of sunset) borne of blistering hot rocks, cool night skies and water well hidden and hard fought for by sturdy but deep, slender roots. And warmth that accrues in step with the cool creep of night.
And so we offer… Continue reading Domaine de Pierredon Côtes-du-rhône 2012
I hadn’t had Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc in about a year until Friday night, when I picked up a bottle to go with some spaghetti carbonara I was assembling. I gave a quick jerk of my wrist to unscrew the cap and, suddenly, was presented with a second barrier that somewhat resembled the little plastic plug on a carton of orange juice. I was dismayed (I regularly fail at peeling those things), but gave a half-hearted push with my thumb just in case. The little plastic cover slipped off with ease and, to my astonishment, there was a “pop” that sounded exactly like a cork being pulled from a bottle! Now THAT is brilliant. Continue reading Oyster Bay is (Un)Screwed!