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Making Champagne Part of Everyday Celebrations

Why Champagne is worth the splurge more often than at the year end countdown.

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Get Swayed By Rosé

Find the right region and bottle for your pink wine style

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A Relic Grain Makes a Comeback In American Spirits

Western Reserve Distillery is bringing spelt spirits to your cocktail glass.

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German and Austrian Reds For Warm Weather Sipping

Balanced, elegant, fruity and refreshing: these are go-to red wines for spring and summer.

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Wine School: Extended Maceration

This centuries’ old technique adds deep colors, flavors and texture from the grapes themselves

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Carrot Cocktails To Get To the Root of Spring Entertaining

More than just a lunchbox snack, this vivid orange root vegetable adds sweet and earthy notes to seasonal drinks.

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Spring Wine: Focus on Grüner Veltliner

This Austrian white wine is peppery, piquant, and perfectly pairable with everything you are serving

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5 Spring Aperitifs To Kick Off Seasonal Celebrations

Bright citrus, fresh herbs and even stalky vegetables go into these drinks that give winter the heave ho.

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Bored of Big, Red Wine? Try These Winter Whites Instead

No need to go beyond the pale when choosing chilly weather wine; these bottles speak to the season too.

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5 Winter Citrus Cocktails To Ward Off Winter Doldrums

Vibrant and juicy produce lightens and brightens drinks in the dead of winter.

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Demystifying Tuscan Reds

They’re all made in the same region with primarily the same grape. Just what makes them different and what’s trending in the region?

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A Look Back at 2018 and a Thank You From the Professors

A look back at the year that was, and the Editor in Chief speaks out.

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Champagne Alternatives For the Holidays

There are 6 more days of merriment left in the season! Here are some alternative sparklers and crowd-sized magnum wines to keep the festivities going.

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Gift-Worthy Gins to Bestow This Holiday Season

High quality juniper, locally-foraged herbs, wild sloe berries and even everyone’s favorite pink wine go into these bottles that recipients will be beyond giddy to unwrap.

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Smoke Gets in Your Glass: Red Wines That Have a Whiff of Fireplace

Find out just what makes some bottles smell like crackling logs (or beef jerky).

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Getting To Know the *Other* Cabernet

Cabernet Franc, the workhorse of Bordeaux blends and the grape behind Loire Valley Chinon, is finding its way into American bottles.

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Pumpkin Cocktails That Don't Suck

Try something new this fall with these autumnal squash cocktail recipes. And yes, they’re delicious!

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Why It's Time To Rediscover South African Chenin Blanc

Whether you’re searching for a fresh, bright wine with a clean finish or a rounder glass with moderate oak, South African Chenin Blanc is worth a look.

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Biodynamic Wine: What Is It and Why Is It Becoming So Popular?

What is biodynamic wine? Learn from Gilles de Baudus, estate director for Domaine de Cigalus and head of biodynamic farming for winemaker Gérard Bertrand.

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