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France Goes Crazy for Rosé Wine
Sales of the pink drink have doubled in the last 13 years.
Believe It or Not, It's Time to Start Loving German Wine
It is past time to rehabilitate the reputation of Riesling and its cousins.
Dresden Is The New Unlikely Place for Fine Barolo Wine
As climate change makes northern Europe warmer, Saxony is aiming to supplant the vineyards of France and Italy.
Why ‘Natural’ Wine Tastes Worse Than Putrid Cider
It is sold in every trendy European wine bar, but our critic finds the lack of additives and preservatives makes it undrinkable
Restaurants are piggish with what they charge for wine
Dying on the Vine
Wine without water won’t work, as drought-stricken California vintners are learning to cope
A Fine Southern Whine
Even Michigan now makes good wine; why can’t Alabama?
Vino? No Thanks. We’re Italian
As the nation’s wine exports soar, the beverage is getting less amore at home.