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Whenever I mention Swiss wine -- which I do at every possible opportunity -- most people get a glazed look in their eyes. Some

Thanksgiving is a wonderful occasion for getting together with family and friends to share food and make up for all of the lost time

Fifty years ago this year, David Lett, of Eyrie Vineyards, noticing the Willamette Valley's similarity to France's Burgundy region, planted the first Pinot Noir

It's 7:30 a.m. on a Thursday in Lowell, Massachusetts. The regular sights and sounds of the street unfold: sirens blasting, students playing in a

Extra virgin olive oils made in hot climates have not had a great reputation. Oils from Sicily and Puglia in Italy and Andalusia, Spain,

Three cheers for the nationwide revival of the all-but-lost American hard cider tradition! This renaissance is an outgrowth of spreading interest in locally sourced products