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Articles in "Wine"

A selection of current wine releases worth exploring.

Finding gifts for my family has become part of the adventure - things with a touch of the exotic to help them feel a little closer to what I saw and smelled and did on my travels. This is the story of how I left home alone, meandered to Tuscany for a travel-writing class, and searched for presents that should make each recipient look forward to my next escape as much as I do.

Bristish-educated and born into royalty, American food critic Roy Andries de Groot shook up California's wine world with his Classification of 1982.

I know what I taste in my wine, even if I don't know how it got there.

7 true stories to tell consumers while you're uncorking their bottles.

Summarizing a vintage is never an easy task - nor always a pleasant one.

A visit to Oregon's Wllamette Valley allows to appreciate what came before.

Pier Liem's new boxed set tells all about this iconic sparkling wine, then provides us with vintage maps of where to find its aparkling treasures.

Burgundy, continuing to diversify its offerings, launches two new affordable appellations.

Located in a lovely, leafy neighborhood a short walk from downtown Napa, the Inn on Randolph is a classic B&B with period architecture and an interesting past as one of the early homes in Napa.

Each wine has to have its own identity and that’s derived primarily from the vineyard. Our job is to get to know it and allow that expression to come through.

We analyze the berries for acidity, seed color, pluckability and flavor. We’re looking for the peak of flavor.

Calling all Spirits Brands that are looking to grow distribution in USA

Apply Promotional Code “Spirits” to get $200 further discount by September 30.

Calling all Spirits Brands that are looking to grow distribution in USA

Apply Promotional Code “Spirits” to get $200 further discount by September 30.

Calling all Spirits Brands that are looking to grow distribution in USA

Apply Promotional Code “Spirits” to get $200 further discount by September 30.

How do you make world-class wine? Judgment of Paris Winner Warren Winiarski Reveals the Secrets.

If someone told me a few  years ago that I could go to British Columbia, and have a Pinotage of better quality then I have ever had  from South  Africa (even if you are not a fan of the grape), or a wonderful Verdejo/ Albarino blend, much less a stunning Pinot noir, I would have said you were crazy.

The red wine may be a type of Grenache, but in Sardinia it is culturally unique.

The release of new Barolo, Barbaresco, and Roero was well-received by the trade and media in Alba in April. New to the Grandi Langhe event were tastings of nebbiolo sparkling spumante and spicy Pelavarga.

If it's summer, then pinot grigio fits the bill. Refreshing, bright, and reasonably priced, pinot grigio pairs well with food and satisfies a wide range of white wine drinkers. Consider Trentino DOC of the Italian options for its floral, fruity and mineral notes.

Vinexpo tried to conquer American in 2002 and 2004.  Now it's ready to try again.

If you drink Prosecco, this should get you thinking. Has the bottle on the shelf been languishing there for years,  or is it young and vibrant? Perhaps there can be a way to know.

What is the answer to, "How do you sell wine by the glass through the mail?"

Talking about a wine often leads to a discussion about the winery. Here are three California wineries who make special efforts to welcome guests and share their wines and vineyard experiences with them.