These great wines from Texas show off grapes that are best adapted to the state's dry climate and sandy soil.
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These nine wines from the Virginia Mountains will complement any American regional spread.
The sea breezes of Long Island keep temperatures moderate and late frosts at bay, resulting in fresh, zingy wines. Here are 9 great bottles
Whatever "rules" there were to California winemaking-maximize sugar, age in oak, accentuate fruitinessmdash;are today being thrown to the wind.
When it comes to entertaining, we want wines that pair easily with a variety of foods and don't cost too much per bottle so we can buy enough to generously serve a crowd. Out of all the wines we tried in 2011, these are the bottles that stood out for this purpose.
New Zealand is home to some of the most exciting pinot noirs being produced today.
Auguste Clape makes one of the best red wines in the Rhone and maybe the world.
Argentinian wine is beginning to come into it own, thanks to its star grape, malbec.
A delicious white wine for serving at Thanksgiving.