Boat Wines

If you’re near a large body of water, summer means the return of boat season. And if you’re like us, that means your shopping basket is starting to shift to include what we call “boat wines.”

The Dedalus Dispatch

Italian Orange Wine: Defying First Impressions
Feb 21, 2022
I’ll let you in on a secret: I hated orange wine. I’m ashamed to admit...
Six Natural Wine Producers You've Never Heard Of
Feb 10, 2022
Good wine begins with a risk. In the vineyard, farmers gamble on how the weather...
Jonathan Ross of Legend - Australian Wine Imports
Feb 04, 2022
Jonathan Ross and Jane Lopes don’t want to flip the script, they want to rewrite...
The Most Ancient Style of Bubbly: Pét-Nat
Jan 31, 2022
While some wines demand lingering olfactory journeys and contemplative moments gazing at light beams cast...
Jan 25, 2022
Let’s get one thing straight — we’re in it for the wine. Fondue is the...
Talking Cheese with Parish Hill Creamery
Jan 12, 2022
We value products — whether it’s wine or cheese or charcuterie — that come from...
Six Producers You Never Knew Were Natural
Jan 10, 2022
In the interest of, well, great wine, we’ve selected six of our favorite producers that you would never know are natural. They’re masterly, elegant, and outstanding in every regard. And part of what makes their wines so incredible is their unique connection to the land, and complete dedication to transmitting it in every bottle. Enjoy.
Life Changing Wines: 2021 Edition
Dec 29, 2021
Wine changes lives. It’s a simple matter of fact, one that we are lucky to...
Grower Champagne
Dec 10, 2021
Champagne is a wine layered in myth. From its very inception, with tales of a...
The Young Beaujolais Winemaker Branching Off From Family Tradition
Oct 25, 2021
Kewin Descombes is the kind of winemaker who forces you to stop and ask, “What...
Giulia Negri makes Nebbiolo that delivers energy and depth
Oct 18, 2021
When you hear the word “Barolo” what do you think of? Perhaps dusty bottles in...
The Next Generation of Beaujolais
Oct 05, 2021
If you’ve been with Dedalus for a while now, or are just a French wine...