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Top Wine Stories of 2015 (Wine Spectator)
Arsenic in wine?! A $315 million bet on a Pinot Noir brand. Wildfires, theft, fraud, lawsuits … it all made for a dramatic year
Feature: Cheers! Raising a glass to toast rejuvenation of real ale...
Proud: Tommy O'Sullivan, landlord of The Eight Bells at Eaton, is delighted to be included in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide There's a drinks revival bubbling away in Oxfordshire as more discerning drinkers
Exclusive: Sonoma Coast's Platt Vineyard Purchased by Vineyard Investment Fund (Wine Spectator)
Russian River Partners—managed by Eric Flanagan of Flanagan Vineyards—has bought the 31-acre site, which has a reputation for quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay
Vinography Images: Two Colors of Autumn
Two Colors of Autumn
RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY, SONOMA COUNTY, CA - 2009: A pinot noir grape vineyard turns red and yellow in late Fall near the town of Healdsburg. INSTRUCTIONS:
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2008 Lang & Reed "Two Fourteen" Cabernet Franc, Napa Valley
All of us wine lovers inevitably discover, in the course of our explorations, our own secret wineries. These are the wines that we hold close to our chest, revealing them to those with whom we share only our choicest of morsels, which often include such things as parking spaces, hole-in-the-wall
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Domaine Jean Chartron, Puligny-Montrachet: 2009 Barrel Samples
One of the most characteristic qualities of the Burgundian wine experience is missing for visitors to the village of Puligny-Montrachet. Because of the shallowness of the water table, none of the winemakers have cellars. So instead of tramping down into an ancient cellar, you're more likely to be
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