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The annual charity auction at Hospices de Beaune sets records and sets up a potential stampede.

Roger Morris

When a successful importer and a famous sportscaster create a new wine brand, there's more than vanity involved.

Roger Morris

We all know the taste of Chablis.  Except when it tastes different.

Roger Morris

Notes from a tasting of a cross-section of recent vintage Champagnes.

Roger Morris

After a career at Clos du Val, Bernard Portet decided to rent, not own, when he launched Heritance.

Roger Morris

The attractiveness of Port can be found in the excuses people give for not drinking it.

Roger Morris

Marnier Lapostolle's first venture into white spirits adds Cognac know-how to a Chilean institution.

Roger Morris

German wine producers want us to drink more dry.  But they don't want us to sour on sweets.

Roger Morris

August has always been a transitional month for me, as it is my birth month. Not that there is anything particularly special in that...

Mark Vaughan