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Oct 30th, 2013
Johannes Hasselbach of Gunderloch at the Wine Spectator's New York Wine Experience Johannes Hasselbach has officially become the winemaker at the renowned Gunderloch winery in Nackenheim, Rheinhessen this week. ...
Oct 25th, 2013
Gab Bowler in Germany. Photo courtesy of Nicolle Shrem. via the guardian.com Researchers find people who drink two to seven glasses of wine a week are less prone to depression Stephen Burgen in Barcelona Sunday 1 ...
Oct 18th, 2013
Ever dreamed of meeting Jancis Robinson? Well, Saturday is your chance! From 5:30-7:30PM Le Du's Wines in the West Village (600 Washington St, between Morton and Leroy) is hosting a very special tasting and book signing with the woman herself! Please see below for full details. From the Le Du's ...
Oct 9th, 2013
I’ve consumed rieslings from all over the United States. Smith-Madrone, Trefethen and Stony Hill make fine rieslings in Napa Valley, but these are legacy vines.
Oct 3rd, 2013
Zerberos Zerberos is a small winery located in Avila, (Spain) overseen by the dynamic and highly skilled winemaker Daniel Ramos. Ramos is part of an association called Garnacha de Gredos (GdG), a registered ...
Sep 27th, 2013
David Bowler Wine is delighted to be a part of Taste of France’s Grand Wine Tasting this weekend in Bryant Park, curated by Jean-Luc Le Dû, of Le Du's Wines. Six of our artisanal wineries will be showcased ...
Sep 23rd, 2013
From our Spanish Brand Manager, Sarah Gallaher: On the most recent episode of Anthony Bourdain- Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain gives us an insider’s look at the culture, traditions and history of Granada, one of Spain's ...
Sep 21st, 2013
On the most recent episode of CNN's "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown," Anthony Bourdain gives us an insider’s look at the culture, traditions and history of Granada; one of Spain's most famous small cities, situated in Andalucia. From the Flamenco music and dance, the Alhambra and the Christian ...
Sep 8th, 2013
Viña Zorzal Zorzal ("wood thrush" in English) is the brainchild of Antonio Sanz. Sanz had spent his entire life working in the wine industry and finally started his own bodega, Vinicola Corellana, in 1989. In 1998 ...
Sep 5th, 2013
John Kafarski, who is part of the Bowler sales team in New Jersey, accompanied the Louis/Dressner crew on a trip to France earlier this summer. Above is a photo that John took of celebrated natural winemaker ...
Sep 4th, 2013
image via http://www.vinetur.com Introducing: Via Arxentea After almost 15 years of working in cellars and vineyards throughout Galicia, Manuel Guerra Justo decided it was time to ...
Aug 29th, 2013
“You cannot make a great wine without a great terroir, and a great terroir is nothing without the winemakers love for his vines.” –Julien Barrot. David Bowler Wine is very excited to announce that it is now the importer ...
Aug 23rd, 2013
Matthias Knebel of Knebel Gernot Kollmann of Immich Batterieberg At David Bowler Wine we pride ourselves on leading the market ...
Aug 22nd, 2013
'CHEAP VERSIONS OF wines that should be expensive are almost always disappointing. Expensive versions of underrated ones are usually a revelation," wrote British author Patrick Matthews in his terrific 1997 wine book, "The Wild Bunch." "Real value in wine is more likely to come from an £8 bottle of ...
Aug 21st, 2013
The topic today is German rieslings, and since I already know the first question, let me start with the answer: No, not all German rieslings are sweet. In fact, sweet German rieslings may soon be an endangered species.
Aug 7th, 2013
The transformation of the world of wine in the last 20 years has been simply astounding. Consumers have been blessed with a profusion of wonderful wines from sources that few would have predicted as recently as the turn of the century. Case in point: Sicily.
Jul 30th, 2013
In case you missed our posts on Facebook in the past weeks: nine members of the Bowler team recently spent a week in Germany visiting 16 of our producers, in four different regions. At the end of the week, every person on the trip was in agreement: it was one of the best wine trips any of us had ...
Jul 26th, 2013
Germany 2013 "The Wheel's Still In Spin..." What's a German (Pradikat) wine lover to do? Dry wines are being made and drunk EVERYWHERE in Germany, including (oh my God!) the MOSEL! And to make matters worse, there is even ...
Jul 10th, 2013
Mark your calendars! This week Vine Wines is celebrating one of our favorite styles of bubbly, Petillant Naturel (see below for explanation). Tomorrow our very own Steven Plant will be there to pour and chat about ...
Jul 1st, 2013
MOVI or Movimiento de Vinateros Independientes For years now Chile's wine industry has been dominated by large conglomerates whose primary focus has been profit margins and volume. While these wineries continue to play ...
Jun 26th, 2013
Still trying to figure out how to spend your precious vacation days this summer? The German Pinot Road Tour run by Treasures of Europe may be just what you are looking for. For full details click here: ...
Jun 24th, 2013
Wine seller, author, teacher, and German wine flamekeeper Evan Spingarn of David Bowler Wine will be “working the bar” as the guest sommelier at the ...
Jun 21st, 2013
The Summer of Riesling has officially begun! Here is your guide to experiencing one of the world's greatest grapes over the next ...