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What are the Best Organic Wineries?

Which organic wineries are the best? It's a question we get asked a lot. Increasingly today, organic grape growing — although not "certified organic wine" — is becoming increasingly popular across the globe.  Many...

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What is Organic Wine? The Answer Might Surprise You

On paper, organic wine is a great idea.  By growing grapes organically, you deliver higher quality fruit often with more vibrant aromas and flavors. And in theory, you help to protect...

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Everything You Need to Know About the Best Traditional Wine Glass Pairings

There’s a famous line in German-born French composer Jacques Offenbach’s opéra bouffe “La Vie Parisienne” that goes: “The thing I can’t understand is why people in Paris drink bad wine in...

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Wow Them at Your Next Dinner Party

Interesting historical insights, expert tips, and delicious wine and food pairings from a Master Sommelier — straight to your inbox every month.

How to Pick the Best Wine Glass for Each Wine

When it comes to choosing the right stemware for your wine, the shape of the glass is more important than you might realize. And the reasons for this may surprise even...

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Sparkling Wine Serving Tips

It's that sparkling time of year again. Whether you are planning to drink Champagne, Prosecco, Crémant de Bourgogne, Franciacorta or any of the many bubbly wines that are available today in...

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What is a Rooted Cutting and What is its Role in the Vineyard?

This is the time of year when grape growers make rooted cuttings from their vineyards.

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Why Independent Wine Retailers Matter More Than Ever

As the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve holidays approach, a lot of Americans will embark on a once-a-year mission to buy fine wine.

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Dr. Strangewood or How I Learned to Love Oak

Like many middle-aged wine writers who came of “wine age” during the early 2000s, I subscribed to the notion that oakiness in wine was a bad thing.

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Should You Decant Old Wines?

Last night, I attended an extraordinary wine dinner at Maialino in Manhattan honoring the writer Kerin O’Keefe for the publication of her new book on Barolo and Barbaresco (UC Press). A...

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Tips for Ordering Wine at a Restuarant

Last week's post "Can a sommelier be trusted?" turned out to be more polarizing that I imagined. It was retweeted and shared on Facebook by numerous wine professionals, many of whom...

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