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In Chile, a long-lost grape is finally getting the attention it deserves.
This pinot meunier pairs well with classic autumnal dishes.
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...
At its finest, the richly aromatic Tuscan dessert wine known as vin santo—literally, holy wine—is an alluring amber drink worthy of its name.
New Zealand’s Marlborough wines—earthy, citrusy, and exquisitely crisp—are ideal for summertime.