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For when you’re done pretending that you do, in fact, taste the hint of tobacco in your Cabernet.

Exciting spots that go far beyond bread, cheese, and oaky Chardonnay.

A recent wine we have added to the list that's got me excited is the 2009 Von Holt Pinot Noir. This wine was brought to my attention about a month ago. I love these smaller wine producers because I feel they put so much heart and effort into their wines. This is no different. Chris Von Holt was a secret service agent back in the 80's and lucky for him, he traveled the world. It was during a break from his job where…

#img12254 For some reason this week, I have “Food Glorious Food” from the musical Oliver! stuck in my head. I’ve been singing it no...

With craft beer no longer a novelty, the alcohol connoisseur has a new beaux – fine wine. Wine bars are popping up all over London to quench the city&rsqu

New York City wine bars are going au natural. Already prevalent in London and Paris, the natural wine movement is quickly gaining devotees here, with new bars specializing in the vino. If your wine co

Stock your home bar with these smart wine tools for easy entertaining from amazing unbreakable wine glasses to a foolproof corkscrew

Archaeologists have discovered the oldest wine cellar known, and the personal stash was massive: It once stored more than 500 gallons of vino. But these Bronze Age winemakers weren't just fermenting plain-old wine. They also got creative, infusing it with herbs and spices.

Sample Spanish and international wine by the glass at five unique wines bars in Barcelona, full of character and bursting with flavor.

The 2013 Varietal of the Month Series continues with the March Paso Wine Man Video showcasing Zinfandel.

Introducing the Daily Fantasy Wine Report. Grab your corkscrews, football fans. It's almost time for the Super Bowl. More videos at www.jordanwinery.com/videos

The Lehigh Valley Wine Trail has more than enough wineries to satisfy even the most experience wine aficionado. www.DiscoverLehighValley.com

I have just written up the first two parts of a five part series on my sherry adventure in October, when I got to visit Jerez and helped blend the spectacular Las Palmas sherries for Gonzalez Byass. The remaining three parts will be up tomorrow
I wanted to highlight a remarkable meal I had on this trip. It was at Bar Arturo (Calle Guita 9, 11408 Jerez De La Frontera, Andalucia +34 956 33 00 12), which is an amazing tapas place, specializing…

We know you don't need a glass of wine on your way to visit your loved ones this holiday season. We wrote this for your friend. Tell your friend to plan his or her layovers accordingly.