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Jaboulet's New History Starts Now

170-year-old négociant firm enters a new era under new ownership

Posted: November 28, 2006  By James Molesworth

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Bartender! A Glass of Wine That Doesn't Suck, Please

Sure, bars can manage great cocktails and beer lists. But where's the love when it comes to wine?

Posted: October 20, 2006  By Eric Arnold

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It Was a Dark and Stormy Wine …

What if our most famous authors had penned tasting notes?

Posted: September 22, 2006  By Tim Fish

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Sweet Wines Have Their Place...

...in the back of the fridge

Posted: September 8, 2006  By Eric Arnold

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Environmentalists Pushing Cork? Screw That

Instead of opposing alternative wine closures, save the forests by exploring alternative uses for cork

Posted: August 28, 2006  By Eric Arnold

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Meet the Osborns

Father and son vintners keep value in sight as d'Arenberg winery offers some of Australia's finest Shiraz

Posted: August 24, 2006  By Daniel Sogg

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Destination Pinot Noir

An impressive tasting in California shows why so many people are heading toward this variety

Posted: July 21, 2006  By Daniel Sogg

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Serious Wines in Silly Bottles

Mini Champagnes are a great idea--even if they don't look like it

Posted: July 14, 2006  By Eric Arnold

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A President's Passion

Documentary tells the story of Thomas Jefferson and the founding father's love of wine

Posted: June 28, 2006  By Kristiana Kahakauwila

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The Pinot or the Chardonnay With the Tarantula?

There's a wine for everything edible, even creepy crawlers

Posted: April 17, 2006  By Eric Arnold

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A Visit to Henri Bonneau

The dean of Châteauneuf shares a few secrets

Posted: April 10, 2006  By James Molesworth

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Continuity and Change in Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Emmanuel Reynaud is filling big shoes at Château Rayas

Posted: April 3, 2006  By James Molesworth

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In Search of the Simple Life

One of the last authentic corners of the globe

Posted: April 1, 2006  By Owen Dugan

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A World of Wine in Miami

Fifth annual South Beach festival draws thousands to eat, drink and learn

Posted: March 16, 2006  By Thomas Matthews

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A Cellar Check of 1982 Bordeaux

Bayard's restaurant in New York pulls out half a dozen great clarets

Posted: March 10, 2006  By Thomas Matthews

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Heading to the Southern Rhône

Expectations are high for the 2004 and 2005 vintages in Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Posted: March 7, 2006  By James Molesworth

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Hard Cheese, Old Man

Pairing wine with cheese may not be as simple as you think

Posted: February 27, 2006  By Harvey Steiman

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Zinfandel Deserves Recognition

California should declare it the state grape, for its history and symbolism

Posted: February 24, 2006  By James Laube

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What Do You Eat With an 80-Year-Old Latour?

A tasting dinner at New York's Alto shows a "crescendo of complexity"

Posted: February 17, 2006  By Owen Dugan

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The Seductive Appeal of 2003 Bordeaux

A hot, ripe vintage brings outstanding wines

Posted: February 6, 2006  By James Suckling

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