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The Still Wines of Limoux

The region of Limoux in southern France is best known for its vivacious sparkling wines. According to local lore, it was here that bottle-fe...

Jacky Blisson MW

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Montréal, Canada

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The Diverse Winemaking Landscape of the Alto Adige

Alto Adige is nestled at the foot of the Dolomite mountains, just south of the Tyrol region of Austria. This small Italian vineyard area is...

Jacky Blisson MW

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Montréal, Canada

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Vine Training in the Veneto

Vitis vinifera is a liana, meaning that, left to its own devices, it will use trees or any other vertical support to climb upwards in search...

Jacky Blisson MW

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Montréal, Canada

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From Vins De Mauves To Saint-Joseph

The vineyards of Saint-Joseph are perched on the right bank of the Rhône River. With their ideal south and southeast exposure, granite...

Jacky Blisson MW

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Montréal, Canada

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An Overview Of Valpolicella

The Valpolicella wine region of northeastern Italy is famous for its bold, heady Amarone red wines made from partially dried grapes. Learn a...

Jacky Blisson MW

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Montréal, Canada

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Water: Nourishment And The Reflection Of Terroir

Respected, even venerated, by some, water is more than merely a diluting liquid. For sake production, for example, it represents 30 times th...

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Deeper Into Seneca Lake

Seneca Lake is the largest and deepest glacial lake in New York, carved over two million years ago by glaciers during the Pleistocene era. T...

Charles Curtis MW

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New York City, United States

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The Nine Biodynamic Preparations

The principle of biodynamic viticulture consists of treating the vineyard as a self-sufficient, living organism. Foliar sprays and composts...

Jacky Blisson MW

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Montréal, Canada

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Minervois: A Gem Of The South

The appellation of Minervois forms a single hillside amphitheatre of vineyards facing due south towards France’s Mediterranean coast....

Nabilah Rawji

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Toronto, Canada

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Côtes de Provence Sainte-Victoire

Provence is considered the oldest winemaking region in France; the Romans started cultivating grapes in the region in 200 BC. Côte de...

Reeze Choi

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China

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