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In a seemingly desperate attempt to sell some bottles, French winemakers are now willing to conduct a tasting at your house
The chain of custody is fraught with opportunities for wine to get ruined.
Adhering to tradition, a young Mosel winemaker crafts wines that reveal a sense of place
Low in alcohol and slightly effervescent, Vinho Verde offers luscious citrus flavors and brilliant acidity
A tsunami of fake Pinot Noir is coming from the south of France
Airlines are trying to outdo each other in their selection of designer cocktails at 30,000 feet
Bordeaux producers are scrambling to make their wines more appealing to a new generation. Are they on the right track?
In Pennsylvania, state-owned machines are analyzing your breath. What's next?
69% of olive oils sold as Extra Virgin don't meet USDA standards. What's a consumer to do?
The gospel according to Whom?
Do women really have a more highly developed sensory apparatus, or are they simply able to suspend judgement longer than men?
The irrespressible Randall Grahm has sold his supermarket labels, reduced his production, and is making wine the old-fashioned way
Despite occasional overproduction and commercialism, Pinot Grigio remains one of Italy's most charming wines
Slowly but surely, the last vestigies of Prohibition are vanishing---over 75 years later.
The new phenomenon of the flash sale website is a bonanza for wine buyers
Once one of the most popular wines in America, dry rose' is making a comeback
The U.S. Dietary Guidelines for alcohol consumption will be relased soon---it's the government, and they're here to help.
Once a staple of the polo field, Pimm's is a charm on a hot day
Americans discover the joys of Northern Italy's favorite sparkling wine