WineSpectator.com: Can't get enough cheese? Browse our full archives of articles about cheese.
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WineSpectator.com: BONUS VIDEO: Burgundy Basics: Burgundy can be complicated. But it's easy to enjoy a glass if you know the basics such as the grapes, flavors and how to find value.
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WineSpectator.com: Get more insights into dining, wine pairing and food trends from leading restaurateurs, sommeliers and chefs in our online Talk interviews.
WineSpectator.com: Members can reference our full archives of Mark Pendegrast's columns and other articles about coffee.
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WineSpectator.com: In his blogs, James Molesworth shares updates from his recent tastings and visits with winemakers—from Bordeaux to New York. Join the conversation with other members.
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WINE AND FOOD MATCHMAKING Our "8 & $20" series shows you how to use eight ingredients, plus pantry staples, to whip up a quick weeknight dinner or even an elegant entrée for spur-of-the-moment entertaining. We pair each recipe with a delicious under-$20 bottle of wine, to make any meal an occasion.
LABOR DAY ENTERTAINING Don't work hard to throw a great party! We recruit leading chefs and cookbook authors to share some of their favorite crowd-pleasing recipes that will allow you to spend time with your guests. Wine Spectator editors pick well-priced, highly rated wines to enjoy over the long weekend without straining your wallet.
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2016 VIDEO CONTEST—CHOOSE THE WINNER! Original short wine videos have been pouring in to Wine Spectator's 10th Annual Video Contest. (Entry deadline is Monday, Sept. 5.) On Sept. 12, we'll post the finalists so you can vote for your favorite. The firstplace winner will receive a pair of tickets to our spectacular Wine Experience weekend. The top video will be revealed on Sept. 20. In the meantime, check out the entry guidelines and previous years' finalists.
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