Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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American Wine Now

Hint: it’s not about the ‘toast’ on the barrels.

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Frigid winter cold makes Vermont an unlikely place for quality wine. But Deirdre Heekin, owner of La Garagista, is producing excellent, naturally made bottlings from esoteric, chill-resistant grapes like La Crescent, Marquette and Frontenac Gris.

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With a book and subsequent film adaptation looming, the time has come to conclude. I humbly offer this brief rundown of standout wineries across the U.S.A.

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Writer Dan Dunn winds his way through Texas in this week's installment of his wine-centric road trip across the country.

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You don’t have to study the drinking habits of the American public for a living to know that millions of people flock to Bourbon Street annually for the sole purpose of getting blotto on jet-fueled cocktails.

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I confess that I’ve always been a little bit wary of The South.

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I’d heard promising things about the state of winemaking in the state of Virginia, and so I was excited to see for myself what’s happening down there.

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For those of you just tuning in, two months ago I left behind or threw away everything that wouldn’t fit in my car and embarked on a long solo road trip across the US, intent on visiting as many wineries as humanly possible.

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Dan Dunn is taking an extensive road trip across America to research his forthcoming book. This week: A great discovery in Vermont and some trouble in Rhode Island.

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Turns out they do make wine in Michigan, and plenty of it, too.

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