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The Paradox of Rediscovering California • Seeing the Golden State in a new light just takes some glasses.
Winemag.com: Napa and Sonoma Winemakers Love Luxury Sauvignon Blanc. Is Anyone Buying?
Out & About • SIPS AND SNAPS AROUND THE GLOBE
Coastal Influenced • California winemakers weigh in on their somewhat salty lifestyles, where waves meet wine.
Going With The Flow • Balance on the board, balance in the wine—what Pacific Coast producers have learned surfing.
Cocktail of the Month: E.P.C • This equal-parts drink is sure to be a showstopper at your next gathering.
Nothing Petite About Petit Verdot • Good things—and big flavor—come in small packages.
Lifting the Veil on Vin Jaune • A hallmark of Jura, this unique, dry yellow wine’s production is as remarkable as its flavor profile.
Evolving Sin City • The odds are in favor of finding a modern wine oasis in Las Vegas.
Midsummer's Night Dinner • Step away from the stove with four delicious, no-cook recipes and wine pairings.
Bean There • Something is brewing in the Golden State.
Recipe of the Month: Papaya Pleasures • Tropical fruit paired with pink wine yields a summer meal that will make you blush.
Q&A: Ann Noble: ON THE NOSE • Chemist, retired professor of enology and inventor of the Wine Aroma Wheel, Ann Noble discusses why she created the revolutionary sensory tool.
Basket Case • Treat your well-aged beer beauties right with this timeless prop for perfect pours.
Pairology: Poppin' Pairings • Popcorn’s origins may predate U.S. history, but Americans can’t get enough of this timeless snack. From movie theaters to county fairs, game nights and weekends at home with Netflix, popcorn has a permanent place. The snack can be both nourishing and comforting. Whether you prefer your bucket or bowl with savory flavors, a buttery topping or sweet and sticky, there is a wine from one of the many diverse regions across the country that will really make it pop.
Viewpoint: Small but Mighty • Here’s how Napa is working to save small family farms, and why that matters.
The Magic of the Mayacamas • This range’s volcanic hillsides are home to some of Napa’s most prized vineyards.
Hidden Hillside Beauty • Family wineries in California’s Anderson Valley pursue elegance in Pinot Noir.
California's Central Coast Rediscovered • Santa Clara Valley, Chalone and York Mountain return to past glories.
Rooted in the Past • The ghosts of ancient history drift over Alentejo’s modern wine estates.
Old School is the New Cool • Throughout South America, traditional winemaking techniques and indigenous varieties are making a comeback.
Imbibe in Summer’s Bounty • Five bartenders from around the country created these versatile greenmarket cocktails that make the most of peak seasonal produce. A fresh fruit or vegetable provides the focal point for each drink, all designed to accommodate more than one type of spirit.
The Art of Japanese BBQ • A distinctive no-fuss approach where grill meets glass.
BURGUNDY • Bargain hunting in lesser-known reaches
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