Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Steven Grubbs of Atlanta's Empire State South recommends bottles for every August scenario, from a fantasy sailing vacation to less-than-competent beach volleyball (his specialty). 

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This summer, chef Sang Yoon is teaming up with chef Douglas Keane to open Two Birds/One Stone in Napa Valley. But here's why he'll 
pick Champagne over Napa Cab any day.

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Drink up all summer long.

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In an attempt to make a wine that captures the ephemeral essence of California, the brilliant Randall Grahm is breeding 10,000 new grape varieties at an experimental vineyard. Here, he explains his "weird, different, crazy" vision.

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F&W's Ray Isle chats with Decanter contributing editor Jane Anson about early wine memories, and reveals the not-so-great bottle he once chose for a first date.

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On Wednesday, eBay announced its new partnership with the mobile wine-buying app Drync, and opened its new wine portal, eBay wine.

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Every three years, the Association de la Sommellerie hosts an international competition to choose the best sommelier in the world. But what do people go through to achieve that honor? Here's a hint: A lot.

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When he’s not making wines like Australia’s iconic Grange, Peter Gago of Penfolds is on a plane possibly heading to Mongolia. Here’s what he’s learned as an ultra-frequent flyer.

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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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Does aging change your palate? Writer Elin McCoy investigates.

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