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Sicily is blessed with the climate, topography, soils and grape varieties necessary to produce a wide range of distinctive, world-class wine...
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Both historical and cultural, sake is growing exponentially in popularity with consumers. In recent years, we have seen more and more advent...
Sommeliers Marc Lamarre and Jamie Drummond chat about the Nebbiolo grape.
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From cheap and mass-produced wines that often had a questionable reputation, this part of France has successfully transformed that past real...
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It is quite unbelievable to think that Amarone, the famed red dried-grape wine from the Valpolicella area in the northeast of Italy, was bor...
This week we sit down for a glass with winemaker Judith Beck from Burgenland, Austria to discuss biodynamic winemaking in her part of the wo...
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Located at the 45th parallel 20 km north of Valence and 3 km north of Tain-l’Hermitage, Crozes-Hermitage has a total of 1,650 ha of vi...
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The wine region of Savoie is located in eastern France, spread across the steep lower slopes of the Alps. Savoie’s cool, continental c...
Vin Jaune is a unique, and endlessly fascinating, wine produced in the Jura region of eastern France. During its long barrel ageing, Vin Jau...
Oxygen and time are the essential ingredients in the understanding of oxidative wines. So, what is an oxidative wine? Loosely put, it is a w...