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Guide to French Fall Wines

Pascale Bernasse | Wednesday, Nov 13th 2019
fall wines
Guide to French Fall Wines Fall is a time when the grapes in France hang heavy on the vine, surrounded by leaves of ochre and crimson, anticipating the harvest. It is also the perfect time to enjoy some more full-bodied wines after the lighter wines of summer. Here are some recommended fall wines to be […]

What Are The Best Thanksgiving Wines? We've Got Answers

William S. Shepard, Wine Editor | Tuesday, Nov 12th 2019
Thanksgiving Wines
What Are The Best Thanksgiving Wines? The traditional Thanksgiving turkey is not an easy fit with wine. The upside of that dilemma is that there are no “right” Thanksgiving wines to serve. Turkey is not one of those meats that is automatically associated with any particular wine. And since our American family Thanksgiving ...

Bordeaux Travel Guide: The Perfect 3-Day Tour

Pascale Bernasse | Thursday, Sep 26th 2019
Bordeaux travel guide
Bordeaux Travel Guide: The Perfect 3-Day Tour Bordeaux is a diverse region full of character. It may be best known for its world-class wines, but Bordeaux has much to offer beyond the vineyards. Bordeaux has architectural and historical monuments to discover. The city is second to Paris for maintaining the most protected historical ...

Saint Emilion Wines: The Best Wines You Need Under $100

William S. Shepard, Wine Editor | Thursday, Sep 19th 2019
Saint Emilion Wines
Saint Emilion Wines: The Best Wines You Need Under $100 The visitor to Saint Emilion, about an hour drive from Bordeaux, is in for a memorable excursion. This area produces many of France’s finest wines, and it does so in a region that is well worth visiting. Here, I’ll offer some of my favorite Saint […]

What Is the Best Rosé Wine to Drink Now? We've Got Answers

William S. Shepard, Wine Editor | Thursday, Jun 20th 2019
rosé wine
What Is the Best Rosé Wine to Drink Now? We’ve Got Answers It wasn’t long ago when rosé wine was something of a novelty, inexpensive and of marginable quality. You might enjoy a refreshing glass from time to time, but they were not considered to be serious wines. I recall a trip to Houston. At […]
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