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In 2005, a group of seven Pinot Noir specialists from the West Coast banded together at the behest of their importer/distributor in Colorado to

Sancerre's greatest secret is its red wines made from Pinot Noir. At the eastern border of France's Loire Valley, Sancerre is known for its benchmark

The 2005 vintage in Bordeaux was superlative in so many ways. The weather was a winemaker's dream: a benign spring gave way to a

On my recent visit to Chablis, France, I asked to see new producers and was slightly taken aback to find the name Michel Laroche

"To make ice wine, you need a thick skin," Dave Gimbel says with a ghost of a smile. Gimbel, who is representing Vineland Estates at

The mizzle had become worse. The combination of velvet mist and silky-soft drizzle was fast turning into a full-fledged downpour. In other words, it