Northern Europe's most intriguing wine is city-grown
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10 delightful ways to enhance your brunch bubbly
Rich, full-bodied pinot gris from Alsace is a perfect white wine for winter.
Beach-friendly fruit aromas of rosé give way to richer, more savory flavors, with hints of dried cherry and a touch of sea breeze and salted hazelnut in the Tibouren Clos Cibonne Côtes de Provence Rosé Cuvée Spéciale des Vignettes 2009 that is perfect for the holidays as an accompaniment with Thanksgiving turkey or Christmas goose.
Wine is made in all fifty states, but a few regions are revealing themselves to be extraordinarily well suited to specific vinifera varieties.
The sea breezes of Long Island keep temperatures moderate and late frosts at bay, resulting in fresh, zingy wines. Here are 9 great bottles
These great wines from Texas show off grapes that are best adapted to the state's dry climate and sandy soil.
These nine wines from the Virginia Mountains will complement any American regional spread.
This fuss-free white wine punch recipe, similar to a sangria, can be made year-round using seasonal fruit.
This beauty from Sonoma has a perfect Burgundy nose: dark-ish fruit, cherry, a little chocolate.
Mexico's wine industry is the oldest in the Americas, and the biggest wine region is the Baja peninsula.
Cousiño-Macul Sauvignon Gris pairs well with seafood and is perfect for late summer evenings.
Hailing from Argentina, this delicious and affordable summer white has a balance of tart, fresh, and tropical flavors — a great wine for a spicy Asian meal, particularly one enjoyed outdoors.
The rose wines of Southern France are perfect for summer meals.
Portugal has a long history of wine-making, and some very good food-friendly wines from the country are beginning to get noticed in America.