This delicious value-priced merlot offers full, satisfying flavor in a soft, supple style.
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This red burgundy from Louis Jadot is surprisingly delightful, offering vivid cherry fruit flavors with intriguing earthy undertones.
SAVEUR Wine Editor Paul Lukacs recommends 11 top brunellos from 2001, one of the best vintages in recent years.
Tuscany’s brunellos present a pleasing paradox.
This compelling soave comes from the classico zone in the hills east of Verona.
This fresh, lively white tastes of ripe, succulent fruit, with hints of honey and spice.
Toast Mom with bubbly this year. She'll surely be delighted. No matter the occasion, no wine is more guaranteed to lift spirits and bring smiles. The pop of the cork makes any day feel special, and a truly special occasion like Mother's Day will feel even more so.
Cantina Terlan, a cooperative winery in Italy's Alto Adige region, produces some exceptional wines, such as this one.
Manzanilla, made exclusively in the coastal town of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, is truly the wine of a temperate climate.
The time-honored solera tradition of blending sherry is a fractional art.
One is sour, one is strong, but both sherry vinegar and brandy de Jerez are distinctively flavorful.
Long disregarded as a sweet wine for little old ladies, in truth sherry offers a palette of distinctive and delicious wines.
Sherry is wonderful, unique, and as grandly Andalusian as bullfights, flamencos, and the people who make it.
Is it a celebration of a great French wine, or simply a clever marketing ploy? On the third Thursday in November, no one seems to care.
These rich, complex wines aren't "nouveau"—they're so old-fashioned they're almost avant-garde.