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Sommeliers love Pinot Noir, but even they are exasperated by the relentless demand and are encouraging customers to try something different and delicious. Here, six great grapes with Pinot-esque qualities, plus recipe pairings.
As Chile's 2010 bottles begin to appear on store shelves in the United States, writer Jon Fine reflects on this remarkable vintageinterrupted by a devastating earthquakeand considers the trends shaping the country's new wine scene.
Burgundy reveres its past, yet a new generation of winemakers is quietly challenging tradition. F&W's Kate Krader meets the iconoclasts and wonders, jokingly, whether they're audacious enough for reality TV.
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Up on Bell Mountain, Medlock Ames winery produces amazing wines in a utopian setting. Down in the valley, the Medlock Ames tasting room is its own little piece of food heaven. Megan Krigbaum tells how everything comes together at an artisans' dinner.
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