Adiós, Mendoza: Our Guide to Argentina’s Under-the-Radar Wine Country

Adiós, Mendoza: Our Guide to Argentina’s Under-the-Radar Wine Country

Mendoza and Malbec are two entirely different entities that, at times, feel like interchangeable synonyms. Granted, one is a red wine, and the other is the name of the region in which it’s famously produced; but each can be used as a single-word summary for one of the greatest oenological success stories of the past […]

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MAP: The Most Iconic Drink in Every State

MAP: The Most Iconic Drink in Every State

Proud Texans will inform you that their state is bigger than all of France. Alaska, the largest state in America, is reportedly twice that size. Ours is a country of enormous geographic breadth and diversity, and so, unsurprisingly, drinking preferences vary by state. Using a BuzzFeed Community poll from March 2018, VinePair mapped what readers voted […]

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Your Ultimate Guide to Wines From Central and Eastern European Indigenous Grapes

Your Ultimate Guide to Wines From Central and Eastern European Indigenous Grapes

Be honest. When offered the choice between an unknown indigenous varietal wine whose name you’ve never heard spoken aloud, and something more recognizable like, say, a Pinot Noir, how many of us take a walk on the wild side? And how many stick to what we know? (Given the sales and production data, smart money’s […]

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In Today’s Dystopian News, The Handmaid’s Tale Launches Branded Wines

In Today’s Dystopian News, The Handmaid’s Tale Launches Branded Wines

In what feels like one of the most bizarre and ill-conceived product announcements of the year, hard-hitting Hulu drama The Handmaid’s Tale has just released a line of wines. As revealed by People on Tuesday morning, online wine marketplace Lot18 has partnered with MGM Television to offer a range to “celebrate” three of the show’s […]

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