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Just because it’s Bordeaux doesn’t mean it has to be serious. In this age of Instagrammable moments, it’s all about hashtag-LivingMyBestLife. We’re into this habit of showing off what a
The palate instantly recognizes a wine with special qualities. Ethereal in texture and delightfully complex yet full of clarity, the 2016 LAFOND Pinot Noir SRH (for “Sta. Rita Hills”) leaves
Let’s kick off our series on great sustainable wines with a wine from a region that’s a sort of epicenter in California for sustainability, experimentalism and adventurousness. If I had
From the Barossa to Yarra Valleys, the Mornington Peninsula, Clare Valley, Margaret River, Coonawarra and Tasmania—exploring the wines of Handpicked Wines is like having a first-class seat on a flight
Whenever that list of greatest Sonoma County wines is assembled, a HARTFORD COURT Chardonnay has got to be on it. My choice is the winery’s Russian River Valley Chardonnay. The
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
Viva l’Italiano Rosé! Long before the contemporary rosé craze took hold, this classic Tuscan CASTELLO DI AMA Rosato, from the beatific land of Sienna, was first introduced in the 1980s—a
Dark toned, big, plump, rich and concentrated—and with a hint of a bit of a tortured soul—this Ribera Del Duero red wine is the equivalent of a Francisco Goya painting.
Pretty label, but how’s the wine? It’s a real find. The wine equivalent of a travel blogger posting a selfie from a place you’ve never heard of. And your reaction
A companion to our feature article, “America’s Greatest Pinot Noirs for $30 and Under | OREGON EDITION.” We’re searching for America’s best and affordable Pinot Noirs, and started our search
As the fires rage without and within, it’s good to know that wine always brings people together, a refuge from the battle against destructive forces that threaten to engulf us
Easy Summer Italian Reds: A Trilogy – Part Three. We return, once again, to Sicily for the final part of this series focusing on lighter, easy red wines that are
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