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Can you can identify this herbal, minerally red wine by main variety, region of origin, age and appellation? Play our tasting game!

What Am I Tasting?

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Read the latest wine and drinks scoop: The Left Bank Bordeaux Cup pits top grad schools like Yale, Harvard and Dartmouth in a battle of wine wits. Also, cat wine is on trend, and the NBA debuts its new partnership with Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey at All-Star Weekend in New Orleans.

America's Best and Brightest Match Wits and Palates at the Bordeaux Cup | Unfiltered

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02/25/2017 at 22:20. Facebook
Australia is best known for its big, bold Shiraz, but there's more than meets the eye in the country Down Under's thriving wine scene. Take our quiz!

Wine Quiz: Australia Beyond Shiraz

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02/25/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
Happy 90th birthday to Napa pioneer Boots Brounstein! At Diamond Creek, she and husband Al helped establish the valley as one of the world's great Cabernet regions. Here, Boots shares the story of how she and Al started out.
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02/24/2017 at 22:48. Facebook
Wine: Coming to a theater near you? Improved offerings of wine, beer and spirits as well as loosened regulations are making the silver screen a better experience.

Surround Sound? IMAX? Chardonnay? Movie Theaters Look to Alcoholic Beverages | News

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02/24/2017 at 19:08. Facebook
Seven groundbreaking chefs, sommeliers and restaurateurs share the moments that have tested them on the job.

Restaurant Roundtable: What's Your Biggest Challenge?

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02/24/2017 at 16:36. Facebook
Think you can identify this herbal, minerally red wine by main variety, region of origin, age and appellation? Play our tasting game!

What Am I Tasting? | Learn Wine

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02/23/2017 at 22:40. Facebook
Tough questions at the Bordeaux Cup! Do you know: Among these three top Sauternes estates, which is in the village of Bommes: Château Rieussec, Guiraud or Lafaurie-Peyraguey? Which type of wood is traditionally used for the hoops binding the staves of Bordeaux barrels: hazelnut, walnut or chestnut? Where IS Bommes on a map, anyway?

America's Best and Brightest Match Wits and Palates at the Bordeaux Cup | Unfiltered

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02/23/2017 at 20:24. Facebook
Check out scenes from our recipe photo shoot, and pick up pairing pointers with Wine Spectator's "A Perfect Match" series! This segment focuses on artichokes, which are notoriously difficult when it comes to pairing. Find our March 31 issue, on newsstands now, to get the full recipe! [ Winespectator.com Link ]
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02/22/2017 at 22:42. Facebook
After the recent rains throughout California, Dr. Vinny fields a pertinent question.

Does flooding damage a vineyard? | Ask Dr. Vinny

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02/22/2017 at 20:53. Facebook
Chardonnay fans know Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey as a master of the grape in Burgundy. Senior editor Bruce Sanderson caught up with him in his new winery near Chassagne-Montrachet.

2015 Burgundy Preview: Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey Chardonnays | Bruce Sanderson Decanted | Blogs

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02/22/2017 at 17:04. Facebook
Mendocino County is known for its beauty and for two major crops. One is wine. Some neighbors are concerned about the latest agricultural news, though.

Cannabis Company Purchasing Former Fetzer Wine Property in Mendocino | News

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02/21/2017 at 21:30. Facebook
More good news about the health benefits of wine!

Red Wine Consumption Could Fight Dementia | Health News

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02/21/2017 at 18:51. Facebook
Matt Kramer goes in search of the best sub-$20 wines. What are your go-to value bottles?

The $20 Wine Challenge | Drinking Out Loud

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02/21/2017 at 16:20. Facebook
On newsstands now! Our March 31 issue features two major tasting reports: Bordeaux, with nearly 700 wines reviewed from the outstanding 2014 vintage, and Oregon, with three great vintages in a row, 2014 through 2016, all of them generating enormous interest. Plus, an in-depth story on the dramatic recent evolution of wine in Australia. Get a copy! [ Winespectator.com Link ]
Much as you know and love Shiraz, there's way more to Australian wine than that! How much do you know about the vinous Down Under? Take our quiz!

Quiz: Australia Beyond Shiraz! | Learn Wine

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What should you look for in caviar? Why use a mother-of-pearl spoon? These are some of the questions answered when Lelio Mondella of Calvisius Caviar joined Bruce Sanderson to talk about this delectable treat.
Can you identify this smoky, creamy white wine by main variety, region of origin, age and appellation? Give it a shot in our tasting game!

What Am I Tasting? | Learn Wine

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A snarky article in the Daily Mail, headlined, "Sour grapes as 12 wine professionals are humbled by 20 novices in a 'spot the difference' blind sniff test" gleefully noted that the pros fared no better than the amateurs in a wine taste test. Actually, that's good news, writes editor at large Harvey Steiman.

Can We Taste Terroir? | Harvey Steiman At Large | Blogs

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Is arsenic in wine dangerous to your health? Dr. Vinny counsels a reader.

Can you recommend a wine without arsenic? | Ask Dr. Vinny

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