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Wine, Food and Music at Yountville Live

This thoughtfully curated event held in both the small, picturesque town of Yountville and other locales throughout the Napa Valley, is a nearly rapturous holy trinity of wine, music and delicious food....

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The Kid in You Will Love These Cereal Milk Cocktails

Bartenders are taking part in the nostalgic cereal milk trend by incorporating it into signature cocktails....

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Coming Up in Wine Advocate Issue 230

Dear Readers, On Friday, April 28th at 12 noon USA EDT, we will be publishing Robert Parker Wine Advocate Issue 230. Man-o-man, have we got a blockbuster of an issue in store for readers this April! Of course, the wine world is all abuzz about Bordeaux 2016: the next new greatest vintage of the century. Or is it? Our tireless Bordeaux critic, Neal Martin, has spent more than a month in March and April tasting and re-tasting 750+ wines, while...

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The Rebirth of the Wine Spritzer

Get to know these refreshing spritzers that are making a splash in this growing market....

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Put Aside the Mimosa, Order a Brunch Cocktail

We asked our Wine Advocate reviewers to give us their favorite brunch-sippers. Here’s what you should be ordering to go with your eggs Benedict....

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7 Affordable Rosés Perfect for Spring

Luis reviewed several sensational Spanish wines in our End of February Issue 229, including these affordable and quaffable Rosés that retail for $25 or less! Now is the time to stock up on these spring-sippers....

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Perfect Coffee and Tea Pairings for Passover and Easter Desserts

Here’s what to serve with your Easter and Passover favorites....

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What's it Like to Review Bordeaux Primeur for The Wine Advocate?

You’re aware of the attention and scrutiny, all part of the job, but mentally you bed yourself in an oasis of calm that is essential to remain objective. You have to shut out the noise....

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The (Opus) One That You Want

While Bordeaux was in the doldrums, it seemed that California could do no wrong, prompting Liv-ex to ask Opus One CEO David Pearson whether price rises were sustainable: “Yes—because it is based on the market’s and consumers’ true assessment of quality.”...

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