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The Pleasures of Piedmont - In northwest Italy, a beautiful landscape is home to a fascinating array of wines, from fresh-tasting whites to ageable reds
Mapping Piedmont - A detailed look at the key appellations
Barolo, Barbaresco and Beyond - Several recent vintages showcase the diverse personalities of the region's many wines
Riesling Runneth Over - Germany's 2009 vintage delivers a surplus of remarkable wines
Portugal's Native Flavors - The Douro powers ahead, with the Alentejo and Dão scoring with values
Touring Barolo - For wine country travel, Piedmont is one of Italy’s most rewarding destinations
WineSpectator.com: Visit our Wine Country Travel section for our editors' picks on wineries, hotels and wine-friendly restaurants all over the world.
The Maestro of City Winery - The entrepreneurial Michael Dorf brings together wine, song and fine dining in downtown Manhattan
WineSpectator.com: Keep up with breaking news as well as the people, places and happenings that wine lovers are talking about.
Sommelier Hai Tran of An New World Cuisine - Sommelier Hai Tran looks for shared flavors when designing a list for Asian-inspired food
Flavor Flourishes - Using flavorings in cheese
WineSpectator.com: Members can reference our full archives of Sam Gugino's columns and other articles on cheese.
Vermouth - Italy's gift to bartenders
WineSpectator.com: Members can reference our full archives of Jack Bettridge’s columns, and other articles on spirits, at www.winespectator.com/spirits.
Maldives Underwater Resort - Ithaa Undersea Restaurant
Paris Dining - Spring Restaurant
This Issue - Marvin R. Shanken
James Laube - A Two-for-One Solution
Matt Kramer - Wine and Money
WineSpectator.com: Don't miss Matt Kramer's web-exclusive essays and lively online discussions. (Only members may post comments, but all visitors may read them.)
Bruce Sanderson - Piedmont, Through Burgundy-Colored Glasses
Greg Short's Chilled Asparagus Salad With Grüner Veltliner - Chef Greg Short, Masa’s, San Francisco
The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.
EXPLORING WINE WITH TIM FISH Discover exciting wine values and wine regions to explore with associate editor Tim Fish in his new free-access blog.
FINAL FOUR TASTE-OFF Wondering what wines to drink while watching the games? Wineries near each of the 2011 NCAA Final Four contenders square off in our annual tasting tournament.
KOSHER WINE AND FOOD Check out our picks of great recently reviewed wines for Passover, plus try out a new holiday recipe.
SPRING ENTERTAINING Revitalize your parties with fresh new recipes and seasonal wines to match.
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SENIOR EDITORS’ BLOGS Hear about their latest discoveries in the tasting room. Get exclusive wine notes and interviews from their trips to wine regions. Find out which restaurants they recommend. Join the conversation with James Laube, James Molesworth, Bruce Sanderson and Harvey Steiman.
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