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Hot New Reds - Syrah, Grenache and other Rhône grapes are seeing an impressive breakthrough in quality, with many predicting that these red varietals and blends will be the next big thing from the Golden State. The caveat? There’s a shortage of great vineyards
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Pushing The Rhône Frontier: Grower Lee Hudson - A highly regarded grower makes the case for Carneros as a site for Syrah
Pushing The Rhône Frontier: Vintner Joey Tensley - This Santa Barbara vintner specializes in vineyard-designated Syrahs
Tablas Creek winery - An instrumental French-American joint venture with deep roots
Pushing The Rhône Frontier: The Girl & The Fig Restaurant - A Rhône Alone experience in the heart of Sonoma
Pushing The Rhône Frontier: Sonoma’s Bennett Valley - California’s newest hot spot for Syrah and Grenache
2007 Bordeaux - The Bordelais turned so-so grapes into solid wines in this difficult vintage, but the young reds may go begging unless prices come down
Building Green Wineries - Environmentally friendly design and construction is on the rise in North America, with West Coast wineries leading the charge for certifications in their industry
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Refocusing the Finger Lakes - A small group of forward-thinking winemakers is retooling the wines—and the image—of this northern New York state grapegrowing region, homing in on top sites and vinifera varieties that can thrive in the cool climate
Recession-Proof Rosé - Provence rosé is flowing despite recession
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Napa Nuptials - Napa may ring wedding bells
Savvy Shopper - German Rieslings, New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs and more
Organic - Going organic, for good
Sins of the Sazerac - New Orleans' rye-based cocktail
Three Tastes of Hawaii - The Kahala, the Four Seasons Hualalai and Hotel Hana Maui
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Wine Auctions: 2009 in Review - Hong Kong asserts itself as global player
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California’s Next Big Red? - Marvin R. Shanken
James Laube - Grenache on the move
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Matt Kramer - Manifesto 2010
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Bruce Sanderson - The beauty of aged Burgundy
James Molesworth - Single-vineyard craze in the Finger Lakes
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