Oppose Tariffs on Imported Wine from the E.U.

/ December 24, 2019

Chambers & Chambers proudly represents many producers from all throughout Europe and has been doing so since 1973. With the risk of tariffs rising to 100%, the already stifling current issue at hand of tariffs would now be affecting more regions as well as sparkling wines. The wine industry has no business in these trade wars, and with the introduction of more devastating tariffs, international wines are being forced out of a market that does not wish to see them go.

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Wine Spectator Top 100 2019

/ December 3, 2019

The Wine Spectator Top 100 comes with nervewracking anticipation each year for wineries all over the world. For the 2019 edition Chambers and Chambers is proud to celebrate the eight wineries featured within, and wishes to send our congratulations to each winery involved. more

Wine Enthusiast Top 100 Cellar Selections 2019

/ November 12, 2019

Each year, Wine Enthusiast selects 100 wines to be featured in their 'Cellar Selection'. In the 2019 selection, five producers from our extensive portfolio have been chosen. 

Receiving the highest-ranking with #12 out of the entire listing was the more

Exceptional Value from Alberto Orte

/ October 28, 2019

Made from 100% Tintilla, and grown on albariza soils in the warm land of Sherry, Alberto Orte makes this delicious bottle from a single vineyard site, Atlántida. Cadiz, located in the heart of Jerez is known quite famously for this production of sherry made in the historic solera system. One of its best-kept secrets, though, is the still red wines that hail from there. Tintilla is beloved for its mineral-driven, chalky flavors with decadently ripen black fruits. This wine is more

Call To Action: How to Respond to the Newly Proposed Tariffs

/ October 8, 2019

We need to do our best to stop the US Trade Department proposed 25% tariffs on wine imports from France, Spain, and Germany. This is not the answer to EU aircraft subsidies. This new policy is punitive towards US wine importers, retailers, restaurants and ultimately the American wine drinker. Chambers & Chambers encourages you to reach out to your senators to help stop these tariffs. Below you will find an article explaining some effects that may happen from the proposed tariffs more

Quivira Dry Creek Zinfandel Named Wine of the Week in the Press Democrat

/ September 27, 2019

In this week's edition of the Press Democrat, the 2016 Quivira Zinfandel from Dry Creek in Sonoma was awarded wine of the week. The world is erupting with a love for less jammy, alcohol forward red wines to pair with food. Despite some stigma's about zinfandel being notorious for its extremely ripe flavors and dizzying alcohol content - many producers within northern California are working hard to create a much more balanced representation of the grape. Peg Melnik writes his review more

95 Points Melville Estate Pinot Noir in Vinous

/ September 26, 2019

Vinous reviews the wine-growing region of Santa Barbara with high praise this month- featuring some out of this world scores for Melville Estate. Santa Barbara has continued to show delicious, well-balanced wines at a price point that is hard to beat for the past couple of decades. Antonio Galloni writes about his impression of Santa Barbara below:

"The pace of change in Santa Barbara continues at a dizzying rate. As I take a look at the producers featured in this article, I more

Le Vert Galant 2018 in The Washington Post

/ September 23, 2019

The Washington Post highlights some great deals this week, including a delicious Rosé made from Pineau d'Aunis. This grape creates a much more refreshing, less fruit-forward rosé that is hitting the rosé scene hard! See below what Dave McIntyre has to say below:

"Pineau d’Aunis is a relatively obscure grape from the Loire Valley that has become a sommelier favorite. This rosé, from a leading Loire Valley producer, more

Vara Y Pulgar featured in New York Times' 20 Under $20

/ September 20, 2019

20 Under $20 highlights interesting, easy to enjoy and moderately priced wines for the everyday wine enthusiast. In his article, Eric Asimov showcases wines with a sense of place and culture, and this 100% Tintilla from Andalasuia does just that. Find his notes below:

"This rare wine comes from the Cádiz region of Andalusia in southern Spain, an area more renowned for its sherries than its table wines. It is made entirely with the tintilla grape, better known in Rioja more

Clos Henri featured in Forbes

/ August 13, 2019

Forbes selected the 2018 Clos Henri Petit Clos as one of the 10 Sauvignon Blanc to kickstart August!

"The eighth month of the year is nearly here and in the northern hemisphere, August is one of the hot ones! Because white wine is served chilled — 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit — diners and wine consumers are apt to open bottles all summer. There's loads of versatility in this category, from gastronomic wines to pair with dinner, to cocktail-friendly refreshers more