Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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A case for drinking beyond the obvious on Valentine's Day.

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A guide to money-means-nothing-to-me bubbles.

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A peek inside the cellar of the long-awaited Healdsburg restaurant.

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It’s election night. What that means, other than the fate of our fair nation being decided, is that you probably need a drink. (In fact, given the complete insanity of this campaign, you absolutely, positively need a drink.) But as the votes are counted and the TV coverage continues, what you drink really depends on how you feel. The ebullient and cheerful among us certainly want a different wine than the appalled and horrified, right? Here’s what to pour according to your mood.

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Smoky grilled foods aren’t hard to pair with wine. F&W’s Ray Isle explains simple rules and names 25 affordable, easy-to-find bottles.

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Inspired by craft brewers, a winemaker looks beyond the grape.

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Chef Enrique Olvera teaches tennis superstar Roger Federer how to make aguachile; Federer volleys back with killer Champagne pairings.

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Inside San Francisco's Sequoia Sake Company.

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A writer shadows Deirdre Heekin, proprietor of Vermont’s improbably great La Garagista Farm + Winery.

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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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