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New Producer from California – Sabelli-Frisch

Adam Sabelli-Frisch makes wine from low-impact vineyards, with a focus on rare, forgotten, under-appreciated, or historic grape varieties. In his own words: “I try to make them in an elegant Old World way here in the New World. I tend to go for more restrained oak usage for best expression, but not at all opposed… READ MORE

New East Coast Warehouse and Wholesale License

Martine’s Wines is pleased to announce our operations as a newly licensed wholesaler in New York State. The license reinforces our commitment to this important market and is a significant milestone in the company’s history. This move will allow us to strengthen our impact and service both to New York customers and national distribution partners…. READ MORE

Welcome to mwines.com!

Announcing the newly designed mwines.com. We’ve reworked the site from top to bottom, introducing new features that we’re excited to share with you, including: Fully integrated search that allows you to find your wine with just a few keystrokes. In-depth and up-to-date information about the producers we represent. Easily accessible key points that provide a... READ MORE

Five Days in Burgundy: Day Three

Morey-Coffinet and Julien Cruchandeau were incredible hosts today, treating our team to stunning flights of new releases and the stories that accompany them. Knowing the people behind the bottles makes these wines even more special, and that’s why we want to share these moments here.   Click below to have a glimpse into our third day… READ MORE

Late Summer in Long Island

Long Island in the summer is about four things: -Traffic -Local produce -Local fish and shellfish -Rosé Our local produce is swinging through the season,  first from the north fork and as summer winds down the south fork farms begin to produce more. Corn is finally in season here on the south fork, and that’s a… READ MORE