Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Tasting Room

E. Guigal is one of the most famous producers of Rhône wines. Ray Isle recently sat down with winemaker Philippe Guigal to taste several vintages of the winery's acclaimed (and super-expensive) Château d'Ampuis Côte Rôtie, as well as some of Guigal's more affordable—and very impressive—other bottlings.

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Wine Intel

The 2012 Bordeaux vintage is a mixed bag, but there are some great wines to be found, particularly in Pomerol, St-Émilion and Pessac-Léognan—and even some surprising values.

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Expert Guide

Italian reds are absolutely the way to go with pasta Bolognese. Here are three different types of wines to try.

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Bottle Service

Recently, winemakers around the world have created a superpopular new wine category simply labeled “red blend,” made with unidentified grapes from unspecified regions.

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One Case Wonder

Denver's McLain Hedges and Mary Wright spend their days recommending bottles in their fantastic shop, The Proper Pour. Here, they recommend 12 wines that are a great fit for any sort of party.

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Tasting Room

Here are nine of F&W executive wine editor Ray Isle's favorite red wine values from the past year of tasting.

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One Case Wonder

Will Motley, owner of East Nashville’s extraordinary Woodland Wine Merchant gave us his picks for 12 wines for the Thanksgiving weekend.

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One Case Wonder

Prepare for all the joys of the polar vortex by filling your cellar with these 12 wines, picked by Chicago wine shop owner and winter vanquisher, Craig Perman.

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Make This Now

Rather than waiting for "leftover wine" to turn up on your counter, open a bottle of Amarone to make this risotto and drink the rest with dinner. 

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One Case Wonder

Get to know the wonders of Beaujolais by tasting your way through this comprehensive dozen from sommelier, Liz Vilardi.

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