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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Wine Talk

Etienne Hugel, who passed away on Saturday, April 9, was an indefatigable, always entertaining proponent not just of his own family's wines, but of the wines of Alsace overall. It's a significant loss for the world of wine.

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Tasting Room

Riesling-obsessed with nowhere to go? New York's upcoming Rieslingfeier draws Riesling nuts from far and wide. For those who can't make it, here are 5 great bottles to sample. 

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Tasting Room

Maison F. E. Trimbach, one of the top producers in France’s Alsace region, makes any number of very good wines. They also make one indisputably great wine, which is the family’s Clos Ste. Hune Riesling. 

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Expert Guide

Michigan: that great mitten in the north, home of Motown, Eminem, Little Caesars and some pretty tasty white wine.

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Wine Wednesday

All hail Nadine Poss, the 65th German Wine Queen! 

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Tasting Room

Yes: The Summer of Riesling has officially started. So what does that mean for you?

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Cheap Wine Challenge

Kelli White, of Press in Napa Valley, oversees a luxe list, but at home she turns to this inexpensive Alsace Riesling.

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Cheap Wine Challenge

At Christie’s, Richard Young is used to tasting $500-plus bottles of wine. Here, his $17 pick (that you can sometimes buy for $14).

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The Usual

“I drink Sazeracs,” says chef Jeff McInnis of New York’s upcoming Root & Bone. 

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Essential Drinking

Because it pairs with such a vast array of foods, Riesling is one of the smartest wines to bring to a dinner party. This one, made by star winemaker Johannes Leitz in Germany's Rheingau region, is an especially good choice. Read more >

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