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Mexican Wine Is Shifting From Novelty to Mainstay

A new generation of Mexican wine is turning the heads.
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Imbibe 75 Place to Watch: Slug Bar

Find dancing, disco balls, and natural wine at this Imbibe 75 Place to Watch.
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Imbibe 75 Person to Watch: Alice Anderson

This California winemaker is putting her own spin on Rhône-style wines.

The Juicy History of POG

How Hawaii's favorite juice became a shortcut for adding tropical flair to cocktails, beer, and more.
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Low- and No-Alcohol Wines Are Ready to Make a Splash

The once-sparse category is finally filling shelves.
Wine Field Blends

American Wineries Are Getting Into the Field-Blend Game

Domestic field blends are increasingly finding fans.
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Imbibe 75 Person to Watch: Simonne Mitchelson

This Imbibe 75 Person to Watch is leading the charge in bringing diversity to the wine industry.

In a Warming World, Wineries Are Facing a Growing Threat of Wildfires

As seasonal fires dramatically change America's wine landscape, producers are racing to adapt.

Imbibe 75 Wine Bar of the Year: Ungrafted, San Francisco

A San Francisco wine bar with a refreshingly balanced approach. 
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A New Wave of Australian Wine

Why the country's wines are gaining favor in the States.
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Alpine Wines: A Perfect Match for Summer

When warm weather sets in, turn your attention to the Alps, where vibrant, food-friendly, affordable options abound.

How Nomadic Winemakers Are Fueling Creativity Through Independence

Why some producers are opting out of the traditional winemaking model.
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Rethinking Sparkling Wine Alternatives

Wine lists are increasingly awash with sparkling alternatives.

Making The Case for Merlot

Twelve years after Sideways, Merlot is still struggling to shake its dad-jeans reputation.

A Modern Approach to Winery Design

When Damian Grindley and Simon Hackett took over a rundown winery in Paso Robles, they wanted to redesign it with an eye toward warmth, modernity and approachability.
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Writing the Modern Wine Menu

What trends are defining the new school of American wine menus? Jennifer Fiedler has the story.