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Boulud's Braise

At Daniel, Chef Boulud's food is delectable. But, of course, he has a huge, fully-staffed kitchen. Chef proved that you can get the same results in your own kitchen when he invited us into his home and braised a veal shoulder. (It was delicious.)

Posted: August 6, 2007  

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Bordeaux City Tour

When visiting Bordeaux, you may be tempted to spend all your time at the top châteaus. But don't miss the city of Bordeaux, with its beautiful riverfront, 18th century architecture and lively restaurants.

Posted: August 2, 2007  

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Great Values: Southern France

Wine Spectator senior editor Kim Marcus brings you three wines from the Languedoc. Besides great fruit and structure, each costs under $23 and scored 90+ points. They define great value.

Posted: July 30, 2007  

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Top Bordeaux

Why are Bordeaux's top wines called First Growths? And what makes them unique? Learn about this elite group as you meet some of the impressive people behind these blue-chip châteaus.

Posted: July 26, 2007  

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Mia Klein: Coming into Wine

Some people are born into a winemaking family . Others start with a fortune and then build a winery. Meet Mia Klein, owner-winemaker of Selene Wines, who is living proof that "regular folks" can make extraordinary wine.

Posted: July 23, 2007  

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Prime Choice

Picking wine to pair with great steaks is a tough job, but Harvey Steiman, Wine Spectator editor at large, stepped up to the plate at Craftsteak in New York City . Join him as he rates and explains a few pairings with a Washington Cabernet Sauvignon.

Posted: July 18, 2007  

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Raising the Steaks

Tom Colicchio, chef-owner of Craftsteak, is fanatical about the ingredients he uses in his restaurants. Colicchio joined Wine Spectator senior editor Harvey Steiman to taste--and describe--three types of gourmet beef: grass-fed, corn-fed and wagyu.

Posted: July 16, 2007  

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Make Your Own

Meet a group of people who take their love of wine to the highest level. They make their own! And some of their wines even get rated by Wine Spectator.

Posted: July 11, 2007  

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Syrah: WA Gems

Wine Spectator editor at large Harvey Steiman loves Syrah, especially those from Washington State. In this video, he reviews a trio of Syrahs from Columbia Valley.

Posted: July 9, 2007  

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CA Chardonnay: British Invasion

Way back in 1982, the very British Sir Peter Michael bought a square mile of rocky volcanic ridges on Mount St. Helena in Sonoma County and started a winery. What possessed him to leave the Old World behind for a start-up in the colonies?

Posted: July 3, 2007  

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Biggest Wine Show

Every two years, the world's wine trade gathers in Bordeaux to explore new markets and network. What's the big news for consumers? Shifting demand may make it harder to find some wines in the U.S. and other traditional markets.

Posted: June 28, 2007  

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Beringer's Hook on Chardonnay

Wine Spectator senior editor James Laube sits down in his Napa office with Laurie Hook, the winemaker at Beringer Vineyards. The subject of their discussion: Chardonnay from Napa and Carneros.

Posted: June 22, 2007  

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Alto Adige: Unsung Red

Most people associate Alto Adige with crisp white wines. But there's a traditional red grape from this northeastern region of Italy that makes winelovers sit up and say "Wow!" Alois Lageder fills you in on this noteworthy varietal.

Posted: June 21, 2007  

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Lageder: Peak Performance

Inspired by Robert Mondavi, a winemaker in the mountainous region of Alto Adige has become one of Italy¿s top winemakers. Alois Lageder combines tradition and innovation to make outstanding wines on the slopes of the Dolomites.

Posted: June 21, 2007  

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Masi Amarone: Perfect Ruby

What makes Amarone distinctive and delicious are the topics discussed by Wine Spectator senior editor Bruce Sanderson and Sandro Boscainin of Masi, the winery in Veneto, Italy that is known for its Amarone.

Posted: June 12, 2007  

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Red, White & Zin

What makes Zinfandel "America's Grape"? Wine Spectator senior editor James Laube sat down in his Napa office with Scott McLeod, winemaker at Rubicon Estate. Scott makes Rubicon's famous Cabernet Sauvignon as well as its Edizione Pennino Zinfandel.

Posted: June 8, 2007  

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Zin Master

When Kent Rosenblum moved to California, he didn't start out wanting to make wine, let alone Zinfandel. Now a top Zin producer, Kent looks back at how he -- and old vine Zinfandel -- got their start.

Posted: June 8, 2007  

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Going Global

Do organic wines taste better? Get the answer from John Buechenstein. Hint: At Sauvignon Republic, he supports growers who embrace sustainability in key wine areas around the world.

Posted: June 6, 2007  

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Giant Eggs in the Winery

A biodynamic philosophy goes beyond the vineyard and informs decisions throughout the winemaking process. Learn about one technique Delia Viader uses at her eponymous winery in Napa Valley's Howell Mountain area.

Posted: June 4, 2007  

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Gorat: Wine Trick

Gorat (apparently, Borat's wine-loving brother) demonstrates how to remove the cork from a bottle. This feat is followed by much celebration and some crazy dance moves. Submitted by TJ Campi.

Posted: June 1, 2007  

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