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Lambrusco: Wine That Pairs With Lunch
When it comes to drinking at lunch, the United States doesn’t have much of a wine culture. In...
A Reminder of Past Beauty: Vino Nobile di Montepulciano
You cannot divorce some wines from the context of their landscape; at least not if you’ve visited...
Barbera: My Old Friend
In Which We Once Again Walk on the Slippery Slope of Wine and Our Day-to-Day Existence
Very Good Pinot Noir from Alto Adige
Think of where the world’s best Pinot Noir comes from and you’ll probably mention Burgundy first. Next, you...
A Vineyard Story: Martinenga Barbaresco
The Story Behind Barbaresco's Historic "Monopole" Vineyard
Another Maremma Blockbuster
Tuscany’s history is a rich tapestry of invasion and conquest. Of city-states — such as Firenze (Florence), Siena, Lucca...
Russiz Superiore Collio Sauvignon
Of all the grapes in the white wine galaxy, Sauvignon Blanc is among the most divisive. With its...
First-Taste Guide to Bolgheri
Featuring A Super Super Tuscan: Aia Vecchia's Sor Ugo
Top Value Red Wine (Yet Another): Floral Nebbiolo from Roero
I’m at a point in my Nebbiolo-drinking career where I honestly can’t say whether I prefer Barbaresco and Barolo...
The Long Story Arc of Barolo: Vietti’s Barolo di Castiglione Falletto
For a moment, think of the wine inside a bottle as a story. As you drink it, it...
Most Exciting White Wine of the Year: Kerner
They did it again, those winemaking monks of Abbazia di Novacella. After tasting their Schiava, Lagrein and Pinot...
So Awesome: Zenato “Ripassa” Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso
Back in April, I wrote about the Zenato family of Veneto’s Valpolicella region, and how their “baby...