White burgundy needn't cost an arm and a leg—if you know where to look.
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Our editors have a field day sampling an inexplicably rare California wine.
Invented at Harry’s Bar in Venice, Italy, this tantalizing cocktail is sweet and luscious.
To make a proper French kir, don’t stint on the crème de cassis—the final result should be a dark rosé hue.
Where in the world is Château St-Georges Côte Pavie? The World Atlas of Wine can tell you.
Forget what you've heard about the frailty of Savoyard wines—these beauties are delicate and delightful.
Appellation laws permit as many as 14 grape varieties, red and white, to be used in red châteauneuf-du-pape.
Is it the rocks that make châteauneuf-du-pape one of the world’s richest, most complex red wines?
What the vineyards of Paris yield isn’t exactly bordeaux or burgundy—but it’s an evocative link with the past.
Austria's Wachau might be the last great undiscovered wine region in the world.
Fortifying red wine with peach leaves to impart an almond flavor.
The wines of Côtes de Provence.
Back on the family farm, a young ex-sommelier is turning apples into a complex, subtle, noble potion.
The Italian-speaking Swiss canton of Ticino produce what may be the best merlot in the world outside of Bordeaux.
The different and distinct wines of Switzerland.