Chianti isn’t just wicker-covered bottles in restaurants with checkered tablecloths.
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Whites made with Rhône grape varieties have become an increasingly popular category with American wine enthusiasts these days.
This delicious sparkling wine from Napa tastes succulent but refined – just perfect for kicking off a special October meal.
This luscious Syrah merits a splurge.
This wine is a sumptuous blend of merlot, cabernet sauvignon, and sangiovese.
This blend of Negroamaro (70%) and Primitivo (30%) has to be one of the best buys of the season.
Spain's Ribera del Duero is emerging as one of Europe's best wine regions.
This Zaca Mesa roussanne tastes rich but balanced, with pear and melon fruit flavors enhanced by secondary notes resembling nuts and spice.
The wines were legends, one of them dating from 1779; the animating spirit of the event is something of legend, too.
Celebrate the last days of summer with this delicious dry rosé from one of California's leading "Rhône Ranger" wineries.
This California merlot's fruit flavors and supple texture prove deliciously enticing.
There's something about Château Pétrus, the wine everyone seems to want.
What makes this “other” bordeaux so good? The soil, the merlot grape—and the camaraderie.
This comfortable northern California wine offers ripe, lush fruit flavors and a healthy dollop of toasty oak.
Juicy and fresh, this chenin blanc tastes like a summer fruit salad in a glass, echoing flavors of melons, peaches, pears, citrus, and more.