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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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F&W Drinks

Matcha Lattes, Sweet Potato Shochu and 1975 Petrus Through a Straw

Coffee, wine, beer, cocktails—if it’s made well and it’s potable, then F&W editors will drink it. Here's what we tried this past week.


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tasting room

Why Would Anyone Drink Old Prosecco?

Primo Franco

I was surprised—kind of blown away, in fact—the other day when I went to a vertical tasting of vintage-dated, higher-end Proseccos from Nino Franco, one of the top Prosecco producers.

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Expert guide

Best Wines to Pair with Baked Eggs

Eggs aren’t just for breakfast. Here are four wine pairing approaches to try with your baked eggs.

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The Usual

Emeril Lagasse’s Favorite American Pinot Noirs

The legendary chef shares some of his top Pinot Noir picks. 

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Bottle Service

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Oak Wine Barrels

Oak Wine Barrels

Before they’re ignominiously turned into flower planters, wine barrels have a long and dignified life. Here’s what they do and why they matter.

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American Wine Now

6 Standout Wineries From One Writer's Road Trip Across America

With a book and subsequent film adaptation looming, the time has come to conclude. I humbly offer this brief rundown of standout wineries across the U.S.A.

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The Usual

The Ultimate Rosé for Zappa Fans

Chef Tommy Habetz of Bunk Sandwiches in Portland, OR is a man who isn’t ashamed to drink pink. 

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FW Confessional

Argentina's First Female Winemaker Traversed Mountain Roads and Dealt with "Garbage Books" to Find Success

Susana Balbo

Learn more about Susana Balbo, Queen of Torrontes.

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#foodwinewomen

How Professor Ann Noble Inspired a Generation of Female Winemakers

Professor Ann Noble

Professor Ann Noble taught enology at the University of California for more than 28 years. Many of her pupils are now among the best winemakers in the US.

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The Usual

For a Super-Affordable Champagne Impostor, Look to New Mexico

When it comes to bubbles, Best New Chef 2014 Walker Stern of Brooklyn’s Battersby eschews pricey Champagne for Gruet, a much more affordable line of méthode champenoise sparkling wines made in New Mexico. 

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