9 Questions About Beaujolais You’re Too Embarrassed to Ask

9 Questions About Beaujolais You’re Too Embarrassed to Ask

Beaujolais has something for everyone. From light-hearted nouveau to somm-favorite cru, the French wine region produces a range of styles. Made from acidic and fruity Gamay, Beaujolais is lighter-bodied and lower-alcohol than most reds, and offers a (relatively) inexpensive alternative to similar styles from nearby Burgundy. From why it occasionally smells like bubblegum, to how much […]

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The Complete Guide to Pairing Alto Adige Wine With Soups & Stews

The Complete Guide to Pairing Alto Adige Wine With Soups & Stews

Surviving a long, cold winter is all about mastering the art of getting cozy, starting with a hot meal and glass of wine. When the temperature drops, nothing beats the smell of something delicious simmering on the stove all afternoon while you enjoy a drink by the fireplace. But if you think boeuf bourguignon and […]

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Raise a Whole Glass for Charity at the Reboule du Rhône

Raise a Whole Glass for Charity at the Reboule du Rhône

New York City has no shortage of bespoke wine tastings. Charity events aren’t rare, either. But the second annual Reboule du Rhône, November 15-18, 2018, is the best of both worlds. Patrons can enjoy exciting wines from some of the region’s most renowned winemakers, and, because all proceeds go to No Kid Hungry, they can […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Barcelona, Spain, and Catalonia Wine Country

The Ultimate Guide to Barcelona, Spain, and Catalonia Wine Country

Barcelona seems familiar, even to those of us who’ve never been. Everyone has a friend — some of us are that friend — who visited once, as a Eurail Pass-toting undergrad, and still raves about it. They slur the “c” in the city’s name whenever possible, trilling Bahthhhelona with gusto. But Barcelona is much more […]

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