Bringing Out the Old World in Barbera d’Asti

We’re often inspired to mention the differences in “old world” and “new world” as we taste through our distributors’ wines at Vino Aroma, and while we can’t with good conscious simplify the diversity of wine into two camps, sometimes it’s the first question we address when determining where and how

Barolo That Doesn’t Bankrupt: Bruna Grimaldi

Some things – like wine – are just too good to be true. Whether it’s an old bottle of Montrachet on the discount rack for the price of a Puligny-Montrachet or a Brunello di Montalcino priced the same as the rosso. Buyer beware is a bit of good advice and