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The Grape Crusaders

Sitting down to a nice Chianti once meant drinking cheap wine from a wicker bottle. A small group of stylish Italian vintners put the past to...

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Vintage Port Unbuttoned

Despite its stuffy image, this surprisingly versatile Portuguese classic is winning over a whole new generation of connoisseurs.

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Through the Grapevines

The 50 best wine experiences in the South of France

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Through The Grapevines

The "other" California wines—it's not all Napa and Sonoma

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A New Reign in Spain

Martin Filler discovers why Prioratos, the power-packed red wines from Catalonia, are suddenly all the rage, giving the more famous Riojas and...

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The Greatest Story Ever Uncorked

For a century and a half, Château Mouton Rothschild has epitomized Bordeaux at its finest, but, Martin Filler reports, full recognition was a...

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Mad About Bordeaux

The largest and perhaps greatest of French wine regions is also—according to wine critic Jancis Robinson, at least—the most exasperating. Here's...

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Identity Crisis

Pinot Gris is a white wine made from a red grape, a sibling of Pinot Noir that goes by at least two other names. No wonder it's a mystery, even...

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Pop The Cork

An antique corkscrew is always a showstopper

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The Spanish Connection

Jorge Ordoñez has put his country on the wine map again.