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Best New Colorado Winery: Aquila Cellars Has Energy and Vision

There’s an auspicious excitement when you find a local artisan on the brink of revolutionizing an industry. This is how we feel about the promise shown by the new winery,...

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The 7 Most Delicious Colorado Wines You Need to Drink Right Now

It’s summer, which means it’s time to pop open a bottle of Colorado wine for a lazy afternoon of chilling and grilling. But with hundreds of wineries in Colorado, how...

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5 Best Colorado Wineries: Passion and Potential on the Western Slope

After more than a year of staying home and social distancing, don’t we deserve to grab a (vaccinated) friend and visit some of the best Colorado wineries? At just over...

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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.

The Allocation Game is Out of Control

The damage caused by skyrocketing pricing for exclusive allocations may be irrevocable. It’s still hard to believe. For the first time in my more than 30-year career in fine wine,...

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7 of Our Favorite Sommeliers to Follow on Social Media

Sommeliers are the new heroes of the wine world. Over the last decade or so, sommeliers in general (and not just the Master Sommeliers) have taken the wine world by...

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How to Enjoy Sparkling Wine For Any Occasion (Or None at All!)

We’re of the opinion that any time is the right time for some bubbly. Yet, the typical American consumer tends to rely on holidays and specific celebrations to consider drinking...

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The Fascinating History Behind Rosé and Its Signature Shade

Rosé is officially in season, and the many great flushed rosés of California, France, Italy, and Spain start showing up on the shelves of great wine shops across the U.S....

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7 Best Wines to Drink This Easter

It’s that time of year! Spring is in the air and families are starting to get ready for their Easter celebrations. Even though gatherings will surely be smaller this year,...

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What Are Rooted Cuttings and Grafts? And What Role Do They Play in Wine Growing?

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

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Here’s How You Decant Old Wines (And Why It Matters)

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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