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Wine Journal

The Path to Wine: Sometimes Bumpy, Sometimes Paved with Gold

Wine treasures great and small, lessons learned, a pitfall here, a pot of gold under the rainbow there all make up the glorious path to wine....

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Mr. Cannon Is a Trip Down Memory Lane

A new Seaport speakeasy brings new life to a neighborhood already filled with history and culture....

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A Piece of South Africa in the Heart of Manhattan

Kaia wine bar, a South African mainstay in Manhattan's Upper East Side neighborhood, is a warm and welcome respite off the beaten path....

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Camping with the Alphas

Industry talk, banter and endlessly-flowing wine—nothing short of a sensational camping trip with the newly-formed Women in Wine, Central Coast....

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This Man Is Changing The Way We Think About Mocktails

A British botanist enthusiast has created the world's first non-alcoholic spirit....

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5 Fantastic Wine Bars in Singapore

Here, reveling travelers, we’ve scoped out five reputable wine bars to put on the map the next time you visit the oasis that is Singapore....

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Where to Find a Free-Flowing Negroni Fountain

It's self-serve at this Italian-inspired pop-up restaurant nestled in New York City's Little Italy....

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A Cooking School Hides In This NYC Pizza Restaurant

Learn how to make traditional Neapolitan pizza at this Manhattan restaurant....

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The Latest In Food Halls

It’s unclear to know when the food hall fad will die down. But there is one thing for certain—it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon....

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