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Wine and Wines
Pierre Péters Cuvee de Reserve Brut Blanc de Blancs
A graceful balance of fruit and acid make this sparkler almost too easy to drink.
McRitchie Winery & Ciderworks Ring of Fire Yadkin Valley 2007
This blend of Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, and Cabernet Sauvignon is named for Johnny Cash, but unlike it's namesake, is upbeat and juicy.
10 Wines That Will Change Your Life
Wines that bring about epiphanies at the bottom of the glass.
Peachy Canyon 2006 "Incredible Red" Paso Robles Zinfandel
Letting this bottle breathe a while reveals a rarely found "claret-style" Zin.
One Good Bottle: Austrian Riesling
Austrian rieslings like this one are taut, tingling, and full-bodied, all at the same time.
How to Decant
Here are some simple steps that master sommelier Robert Smith, of the Las Vegas restaurant Picasso, recommended to us.
A winemaking renaissance is taking place in an unlikely corner of California.
Tasting Notes: Wines from the Lompoc Wine Ghetto
A wide variety of wines, made from grapes grown in Santa Barbara County, is produced in the Lompoc Wine Ghetto; here are some of our favorites.
Red Wine with Strawberries
The French call this classic “fraises au vin rouge”—the better the wine and berries, the better the drink.
Book Club Sangria
This sweet-tart wine punch was invented by members of the Junior League of Houston book club in the 1970s.
Captain Radcliffe’s Punch
This smooth-drinking white wine– and cognac-based punch is inspired by one described in a poem by the 17th-century English army captain Alexander Radcliffe.
After decades in obscurity, wines from the country’s heartland are on the rise.
Tasting Notes: Wines of America's Heartland
By and large, the wines of America’s heartland are made for drinking with hearty food, not fetishizing.
Hemingway's Death in the Afternoon
This champagne cocktail takes its greenish hue from a splash of absinthe.
The simple method of mixing champagne and orange juice, popularized in Paris and London in the 1920s, has an enduring appeal. This recipe was published with David Wondrich's article "Classic Eye-Openers" (October 2008).
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