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In an era when most wine experts agree how difficult it is to create a truly great sparkling wine in America, McMinnville, Ore.-based Rob

It's 1715 and gin is in! Genever, anglicized from the Dutch as "gin," was introduced to the British in 1688 by William the III

Yo Endo would be the first to tell you he doesn't know a lot about wine. What he does know is how to sell

This Sonoma wine captivated with scents of gently crushed black cherries mildly seasoned with oak. Its attack was silky and the flavors echoed the

Hangover cures -- they're never there when you need 'em. Not that you (or I) ever need them -- perish the thought. Nevertheless, in the spirit

Sicily is famous for its distinctive wines and native grape varieties, particularly those that grow on volcanic soils. Nerello Mascalese, today's most talked-about Sicilian