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2014 White Bordeaux: Ten Wines To Drink Now

Neal Martin has recently reviewed some stunning white Bordeaux. Pick up these 10 bottles—surely fitting for any spring or summertime function—all rated 90 points and higher with a less than $60 price tag....

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a Paloma Cocktail

Mexico's wildly popular cocktail is finally making headway in the U.S. Here's where to find them....

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8 South African Pinotages You Should Know

Not every New World winemaking country can claim that it has a heritage grape variety—one they have single-handedly bred and can call their own. If you’re familiar with South African wines, then you know we’re talking about none other than Pinotage, which is a cross between Pinot Noir and Cinsault....

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3 Styles of California Chardonnay Perfect for Mother’s Day

It’s a well-known fact that mothers love their Chardonnay and that’s because this go-to white wine is about as versatile as it gets in the great Golden State, so there’s a style out there for every kind of mom....

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How a Veteran Winemaker Pairs Wine with Cookies

Don Van Staaveren, winemaker emeritus of Three Sticks in Sonoma Valley, has experimented with cookie and wine pairings in his home kitchen for years. Here's what you need to know....

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Get Your Mom a Wine Club Subscription For Mother's Day

This year, we’re thinking inside the box—because it’s what’s inside that counts—and giving Mom a wine club subscription....

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5 Sonoma Cabernets that Rival Napa

In California, there’s no denying that Napa Valley has the lock on Cabernet Sauvignon. But on the other side of the Mayacamas Mountains, Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley is keeping Napa Valley on its toes....

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5 Outstanding Value Reds from the Languedoc

The Languedoc region in the south of France has long been known to wine industry insiders as a great appellation for value—you can often find quality wines for a fraction of the price compared to other French wine regions....

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Coming up in the End of May Interim Issue

In this month’s Interim Issue, Monica Larner leads the way with her Italian reporting, followed by a couple very exciting reports from Neal Martin, and a part three to top off Lisa Perrotti-Brown’s thorough New Zealand coverage....

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