Six top sommeliers offer their suggestions for the best bottles under $50.
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From Alsace, a wine made with a minor grape makes a major impression on our reviewer.
It's a good day in the office whenever we get to do a little wine tasting—even more so when it's a really terrific wine (like Sequoia Grove's deep, masculine 2007 Cambium) served out of a really terrific vessel.
BYO etiquette, pros, and cons.
A Virginia family brings sparkle to an apple classic.
After decades in obscurity, wines from the country’s heartland are on the rise.
A guide to exploring the stellar small-yield vineyards of Oregon’s Willamette Valley.
When it comes to well-priced pinot noirs, I like to stick to ones that are soft, elegant, and not over-oaked. Domaine Parent, located in the village of Pommard in Burgundy, offers wine made from their younger vines in a declassified release called bourgogne rouge. Continue...
Okay, you French-American hybrid vidal grapes—hurry up and freeze!
An underappreciated varietal in most of the world, malbec is poised to take Argentinian wine to the next level.
These complex wines aren't yet popular with American palates, but their surprising flavor profiles deserve a second look.
This tangy sangria is named after the Louisiana town where Tabasco sauce was invented.
This tart punch is a refreshing, fruity base for a number of summer cocktails.
Betsy Andrews looks at an old italian standard wine—Verdicchio—which is making a comeback.
Mexico's wine industry is the oldest in the Americas, and the biggest wine region is the Baja peninsula.