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Pairing Wine and Food
Excluding breakfast, I consider a meal without a glass of wine to be a missed opportunity. I think ...
July 26, 2021
Olive Oil Flap
The word Champagne, legally, is capitalized because it's a placename—the famed sparkling wine comes from that small region ...
July 19, 2021
Finding Italian Reds in America
Italy's greatest contribution to all of Europe's wine culture starts with the fact that wine wasn't much of ...
July 12, 2021
Wine True or False
There are a lot of sayings about wine that simply aren't true. However, a few are true, even ...
July 5, 2021
Winefluencers? Musings From a Skeptic
On the old Jack Benny radio show in the 1940s, a continuing character played by the actor Sheldon ...
June 28, 2021
All the Same?
Shortly after I began writing a wine column in 1976, a friend teased me about my avocation. We ...
June 21, 2021
What Is a Winery? A Long-Time Debate in Sonoma County
Sonoma County, often called "the other wine country," is larger and more diverse than its better-known neighbor, Napa. ...
June 14, 2021
Liquid Test Drive: Tips for Visiting Wine Country
Decades ago, visiting wine country was limited to the few areas of the country with wineries. Outside California, ...
June 7, 2021
How to Save a Disappointing Bottle of Wine
What do you do when you buy a bottle of wine that, for one reason or another, is ...
May 31, 2021
Remembering 2 California Wine Pioneers
Recently, the world lost two of the most important figures in California's wine history when Jim Clendenen and ...
May 24, 2021
Rosé by Any Other Name
My friend operated a retail wine shop. And he was incredulous. It was 1983, and I had just ...
May 17, 2021
Words on Wine
Writing about wine is an art form that's almost as interesting as making it—and it's a lot less ...
May 10, 2021
Sauvignon Blanc Whereness
Wine geeks use the French term "terroir," a hard-to-translate term that relates to how grape varieties are impacted ...
May 5, 2021
An Ode to Zin
Younger people (under age 45?) say zinfandel is a dark red wine that's bold, brash, thickly rich, soft, ...
April 26, 2021
Tips for Serving Wine With Food
Wine purists will tell you that the wine you choose for a dinner should match the food that's ...
April 19, 2021
Why Some Wines Are Pricey
Most people assume that all expensive wines are very good and that the more expensive a wine is, ...
April 12, 2021
Don’t Judge a Wine by Its Screw Cap
Dear Dan: A good friend hosted me for a birthday dinner, and the elegant table was set with ...
April 5, 2021
The Sauv Blanc Myth
There are lots of myths within the wine business that keep being repeated, and one of the most ...
March 29, 2021
What You Should Know About Cooking With Wine
When a recipe calls for a cup of white wine, the cook who wrote that suggestion likely wasn't ...
March 22, 2021
The Gorgeous Wines of Alsace
One of France's finest wine-growing regions, and one of its least understood, is the northern district of Alsace, ...
March 15, 2021
Buying Good-Quality, Inexpensive Wines Has Never Been Easier
The late wine author Leon Adams once said that in a best-of-all-worlds situation, dry wine should be as ...
March 8, 2021
The Red Wine Myth
One of the most enduring myths of red wine is that the older it gets, the better it ...
March 1, 2021
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