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  • Wonders of the New World

    Chile came along as a value competitor of Australia and California. Across the Andes, Argentina observed Chile’s progress and set out to emulate ...

  • A celebration of Bordeaux

    Tasting every wine at such an event is not possible. Besides the time required simply for pouring, sipping and contemplating, you need to take ...

  • A toast to history

    Falernian wine was perhaps the first Grand Cru of the wine world. It was likely a white wine made from grapes grown on the slopes of Monte ...

  • A Riesling shaped by sun and slate

    Location is just another way of discussing climate. The concept of climate involves the complex interaction of a number of variables including ...

  • Chardonnay has many charms

    The emergence of more productive clones at the same time as the use of varietal labels by New World wineries broadened the consumer market ...

  • New wine for the new year?

    There’s nothing wrong with ensuring you are going to enjoy your glass of wine, but perhaps there is another wine out there you might like just as ...

  • Winery hopping in upstate New York

    This region combines the influences of the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario to produce suitable conditions for growing the common wine grape ...

  • Signs that you are into wine

    You don’t have to be into wine to enjoy a glass or two as part of day-to-day living. That might even be the best approach.There are those, ...

  • Torrontes varieties have interesting pedigree

    This wine is a blend of the torrontes and chardonnay grape varieties. (There is also a red version of the Extravaganza which is a blend of syrah, ...

  • Green vineyards, dry hills and pines

    Grape varieties are often associated with specific regions or countries based on traditional production, and the local dominance of the variety. ...