Xavier Arnaudin: The Man in the Arena

A reformed French boxer shines as one of California's most refined winemakers....

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A Brief History of the Sylvaner Grape

In Germany, Sylvaner is anything but a rare grape variety. In fact, this centuries-old cross of Traminer and the now largely unknown Österreichisch Weiss played a prominent for during hundreds...

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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...

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Obscure Wine Grapes You Should Know About

We asked our wine experts for their top picks in their regions. Here are the varietals to put on your radar....

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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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Coffee and Wine: How Your Two Favorite Beverages are Similar

Speaking of aromas and flavors, this is perhaps one of the most obvious similarities. Just like wine, coffee has a unique bouquet of aromas that are specific to its variety,...

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France, Languedoc: Current Releases (Mostly 2014s and 2015s)

The Languedoc is a diamond in the rough and continues to be an incredible source of high-quality wines, as well as terrific values. However, due to its size, complexity and...

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Third-Annual Sonoma County Barrel Auction Raises $794,500

The third-annual Sonoma County Barrel Auction, put on by the Sonoma County Vintners, was hosted on April 20th and 21st this year. A whirlwind of events starting with the two...

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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...

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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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