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Wine Keg Company Ups Sustainability Factor

Wine keg company Free Flow Wines is kicking it into high gear this year, just in time for Earth Day (April 22). Founded by two wine industry veterans in 2009, Free Flow Wines provides...

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Malbec Mayhem

Malbec, the great red grape of Argentina, has been the hottest red varietal around for a decade. (And like so many things Argentine, it keeps amping up its red hot status.) What makes Malbec so...

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Move Over Manischewitz: Food and Wine Pairings for Passover

Think good kosher wine is an oxymoron? Think again. These days, there are a handful of kosher wineries—as well as “regular” wineries making a kosher vintage or two—whose...

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Spring Forward with White Wines of France

A high-acid white wine is often the sommelier’s choice when it comes to food pairing. Take world-class riesling and gewurztraminer from Alsace or chenin blanc and sauvignon blanc from the...

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We’re in Love: Alsace Riesling

Riesling is the most commonly grown grape in France’s Alsace wine region for one simple reason: it’s delicious. Most wine lovers are familiar with German riesling, famous for its...

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Visit Rioja without leaving New York

The Rioja Wine & Tapas Festival is coming to New York City! Join us on Saturday, May 3 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn to experience 200+ vibrant Rioja wines — robust reds, crisp whites...

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Riedel’s Revolution

If you order a glass of wine at a nice restaurant today, it’s a given that it will arrive in a good wine glass ; but that wasn’t always the case. We owe this change to one family...

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Plucky Pairings for Spring Chicken Recipes

With the equinox behind us and Easter right around the corner, it’s time to think about spring dinners. And spring eating means chicken. Why? Well, it used to be that a spring chicken was...

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April Events for Sipping

The only fools this April will be those who don’t find time to get out and sip some wine. Here at Bottlenotes, we are very excited to bring our Around the World in 80 Sips™...

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Washington D.C.’s Best Wine Bars

Our new monthly series about the best wine bars around the U.S. kicks off in the political heart of the country, Washington D.C. Check out the winners in each category below, then get out there,...

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Sagrantino is a famous, high-quality red wine primarily from which Italian wine zone within Umbria?

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