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The Italian-speaking Swiss canton of Ticino produce what may be the best merlot in the world outside of Bordeaux.
From chianti and barolo country comes a dazzling rival to champagne.
This fresh, lively white tastes of ripe, succulent fruit, with hints of honey and spice.
To make a proper French kir, don’t stint on the crème de cassis—the final result should be a dark rosé hue.
A new generation of kosher wines is helping the industry shed its stigma.
The dry, earthy, effervescent wines we adore from the five lambrusco appellations in Italy's Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy regions are nothing like the sweet pink stuff that flooded the American market in the 1970s and '80s.
In Chile, a long-lost grape is finally getting the attention it deserves.
Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is rustic, mouthwatering and dirt cheap.
This red burgundy from Louis Jadot is surprisingly delightful, offering vivid cherry fruit flavors with intriguing earthy undertones.
A good bottle of cabernet is always a pleasure, especially this one.
Barley wine marshmallows update childhood treats for the adult palate.
There’s something mesmerizing about this dense red wine, full of dark fruit flavors.
Here is an all-American red to drink during the All-American game-the Super Bowl.