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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Here at Food & Wine, at least—I mean, it's Food & Wine, right?—we're really relieved to hear this.

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Splurge Vs. Steal

Wine Editor Ray Isle tastes a great $220 Merlot from Bordeaux—and finds a few $20 bottles to compete with it.

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Moët-Hennessy is set to release the first vintage of Ao Yun, a Cabernet blend from the far reaches of China's Yunnan province, for $300 a bottle. Does it live up to the hype?

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The U.K.'s extraordinary decision to leave the European Union will have enormous ramifications...but what form will they take for wine buyers and cocktail lovers here?

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What better for the start of summer than a membership to Food & Wine’s great new wine club, Firstleaf?

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Cairanne, in France's Rhône Valley, has been elevated to cru status—placing its intense, spicy red wines in the same company as those of Gigondas and Châteauneuf-du-Pape (though they still cost far less).

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Big, ugly, angry pigs have been marauding through the bucolic vineyards of Tuscany in ever-growing numbers. Short of buying a boar-spear and hopping on the nearest plane, the best thing you can do to help out is to drink more Tuscan wine.

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Jason Wise's sommelier documentary Somm was a sleeper hit a few years ago. Now the director is back with his even-more-ambitious Somm: Into the Bottle. Watch an exclusive clip above, and read on for behind-the-scenes details from Wise.

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Syrah reaches its highest expression in France's northern Rhône Valley, and particularly on the ancient hill of Hermitage.

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The holidays are here, parties are abundant, and wine is necessary. With that in mind, here are executive wine editor Ray Isle's top 10 wine values of 2015.

 

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