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Bordeaux, Decanted

New monthly interactive feature: NY Times Wine School. This installment is Bordeaux, Decanted.

Bordeaux, Decanted (Illustration: Serge Bloch)

Bordeaux, Decanted

Wine Glass – Easy Day, Rough Day - thinking i need to do this to a coffee cup. :)

End your hectic day by drowning out your troubles with help from the rough day wine glass. The novelty design helps you gauge how much wine to serve depending on whether you’ve had an easy day, rough day, or a “don’t even ask” type of day.

The World Of Wine - Most Popular Wines by Regions: Italy, France, Spain, USA, Argentina

Top Wine Producers And Consumers In The World. The World Of Wine.

Wine School |  Bordeaux, Decanted - NYTimes.com

Bordeaux, Decanted

Wine School | Bordeaux, Decanted - NYTimes.com

A Crash Course in Sherry By Way of San Sebastian | Illustration by Natalie K Nelson | Story by Zachary Sussman

A Crash Course in Sherry by Way of San Sebastián

Donostia - by Zachary Sussman, illustrated by Natalie K.

i bet you, lets see

Wine Humor: The truth isn't in this bottle. The truth is probably in the next bottle.

The vagaries of personal taste are displayed prominently in any discussion of zinfandel, a wine that seems to have a powerful polarizing effect.

In Zinfandel, Brawn Wins Out

Merlot - Red Wine    © Faber&Partner

Blueberries, raspberries, cranberries and many many more aromas Order this taste at->

Welcome To Abruzzo's Wines!

Looking for the best wines from the Abruzzo region of Italy? Wine lover and Abruzzo resident David Brenner has some labels for you to look out for.

A Return to Classic Napa Style (Illustration: Serge Bloch)

A Return to Classic Napa Style

Three bottles reflect Napa’s longtime commitment to cabernet made in classic style.

Cava Sparkles on Its Own Merits (Illustration: Serge Bloch)

Cava Sparkles on Its Own Merits

Too often measured against Champagne or chosen by price alone, Spain’s sparkling wine doesn’t suffer by comparison.

Every Wine Deserves a Second Chance, Even Grüner Veltliner

In grüner veltliner, “green” took on an entirely different meaning. Each of these grüners had a slight vegetal quality that was welcome and delightfully refreshing, like the snap of a crisp green bean at peak ripeness.

This standard wine from the Piedmont region of Italy demonstrates the value of an everyday bottle.

The Profound Modesty of Good Dolcetto

This standard wine from the Piedmont region of Italy demonstrates the value of an everyday bottle.

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