Education Masters Series
Aaron developed his love for wine at the early age of 18 while he was working at the Cigar Chateau. In hindsight, that turned out to be a felicitous job now that Flint Knoll has partnered with Macanudo to create a cigar together. The cigar –– called Macanudo Estate Reserve Flint Knoll –– features tobacco aged in the Flint Knoll French Oak barrels that once held the single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon.
Wine and cigars may not be the most common pairing, but under the right circumstances, they can work wonderfully together.
We’ve all been there before: you’re headed to a party, and you need to pick up a bottle of wine for it, but you don’t know what to get.
You don’t need your own cellar to properly care for your favorite wines.
Where is the best wine produced? It’s a common question without an easy answer. Still, proprietor and vintner at Flint Knoll winery Aaron Michaelis explains what makes Old World wine so special, along with what New World wines have to offer at the same time.
In our fifth episode of the Masters Series, proprietor and vintner at Flint Knoll winery Aaron Michaelis explains the vital differences between wine glasses and how they affect the overall wine-drinking experience.
Getting started in the wine category can be an overwhelming experience. Because wine is so popular worldwide, consumers have a huge amount of choices to sort through every time they decide to purchase wine.
If you’ve ever been to a wine tasting, you’ve probably seen people closely examining, swirling, and then spitting out wine.
In our second episode of the Masters Series, proprietor and vintner at Flint Knoll winery Aaron Michaelis covers the importance of farming in the wine-making process.