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This is no time to play it safe. With the world evolving culturally, technologically and socio-politically faster than anyone can keep up with—and, with an industrial economy in the U.S.
Nothing lights up a Christmas season like a German Riesling. Other than the fact that Nuremberg, Berlin, Cologne and Dresden are some of the best places on earth to celebrate
Don’t give up on cheap Malbec. Not now, not ever. Not when there’s one to be found like the AMALAYA Malbec. The 2016 bottling is a wonder of craftsmanship and
It’s now Fall, and Summer is over… so, stop wearing white and drinking rosé? I beg to differ. If you haven’t already figured it out, there’s no reason for rosé
Refreshingly familiar yet eclectically left-of-center, drinking well-made Albariño wine is like listening to seriously catchy alt-pop tunes from CHVRCHES, Tegan and Sara, and HAIM. Tangent, a label of Niven Family
The wine world has its own version of a Star Trek convention or Comic Con. It’s called Hospice du Rhone—three glorious days in Paso Robles, California, of letting your wine
There’s an ingrained perception—and no one could be blamed for subscribing to the belief—that the only French Chardonnay worth drinking is expensive French Chardonnay. So, you have to hand it
It’s too easy to get cynical about Napa Valley. And that’s a problem. Prices seem to be at an untenable premium—for land, for grapes and for the bottle—and you can
Who knew Chile could make such compelling Sauvignon Blanc? I certainly didn’t until now. The winemaker-producer is Rafael Tirado, Chilean native and one of the most sought-after consultants in the
There’s another Renaissance happening these days in the fabled Italian wine country of the Old World. To experience it fully, however, you have to look in places where you’re probably
If there’s one wine that might change your mind about Riesling, this might be it. Most casual wine drinkers choose Riesling because they want something sweet. Sommeliers and other wine
When entering the hotly competitive arena of creating a line of Oregon Pinot Noirs specifically derived from just a single vineyard located in the county, a winemaker is going for
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