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The Daily Sip™: Featured Winemakers

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Wine Cyberstar

  • Feb 15, 2010

In 2004, Alder Yarrow typed the words “wine blog” into Google. Almost unfathomably, at that...

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Dr. Vino Has the Cure

  • Feb 1, 2010

Information on wine is scattered around the Internet, and sometimes it’s hard to know whom you...

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What's Poppin' in New Zealand

  • Jan 25, 2010

Martinborough, New Zealand sits at the southern tip of the country’s North Island. There, Poppy...

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From Chile to Red Hot

  • Jan 18, 2010

There are those who spend their lives trying to build a single wine that is lauded and respected...

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The Lost Weekend

  • Jan 11, 2010

Literally born in the vineyard next to his family’s Chardonnay vines (we’d like to hear more...

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Projectile Corks

  • Dec 29, 2009

Rather than the celebratory quaff it is now, Champagne started out as a problem.


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Wine to Water

  • Dec 21, 2009

Many of us have experiences in life that make a profound impact, changing the entire trajectory...

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The General at Patton

  • Dec 14, 2009

September in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, February in New Zealand’s Marlborough, August back...

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Men Who Sip With Goats

  • Dec 7, 2009

Sure, I’ll quit my job, move to the South of France, study under an up-and-coming winemaker,...

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A Lesson In Icewine

  • Dec 2, 2009

Snowball fights, skiing, and maple syrup represent the upside of cold Canadian winters. Another...

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With up to 30% residual sugar, what is the German name for a dessert wine made from grapes affected by noble rot, translating to "selected harvest of dried berries?"