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Winemakers Cross Category Lines with Co-Fermentation

Grapes? Apples? Plums? For winemakers, it's all fair game when it comes to co-fermentation. 
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Destination: Long Island

Something new is brewing on eastern Long Island.

The Grasshopper Is Always Greener

Contributor Amy Zavatto waxes poetic about the minty green Grasshopper, which has lately been dusted off and riffed upon by some of cocktail culture’s best talents.
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Learning to love the Rusty Nail

Contributor Amy Zavatto shares how she went from hating Scotch to loving the Rusty Nail.

Signed, Sealed, Delivered

What wine mailing list should you be on right now? From easy-access allocations to the most exclusive, here are a few worth investigating.
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French Wine Bargains for Summer

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Getting to Know Orange Wine

Meet orange wine—white wine that's been left to get chummy with the grape skins and seeds.
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New York Ice Wine

Ice wine is nothing less than a second-harvest miracle and, in all likelihood, one discovered by accident.
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Tea Blending

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Tempranillo: BBQ-friendly red wine

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Pop-Up Coffee Shops

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Virginia Wine Country

Wine Auctions

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Second Label Wine

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Rosés: Think Pink

Weathering the Storm

Wine Collecting for Small Spaces

Oh, the secrets that lay beneath Alice Feiring’s bed. Stan Methany stows his beloveds in a cave, among other dark and chilly nooks. And Melissa Clark? Well, she gets a gleam in her eye when she talks about the babies in her basement. But this isn’t the beginning of a gruesome tale. This is a story about juicy love.
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