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One of Spain's favorite wines suffers from a case of mistaken identity -- and is better known abroad under an alias. In the Mediterranean coastal

On a Sunday night in May, Scott Wright arrived at his Carlton, Ore., winery to find flames shooting from the roof and smoke billowing

This year, you can transform your ordinary Thanksgiving dinner into an extraordinary one -- not with food, but with drink. Shake up cocktail hour

In Belgium, beer is the beverage of choice, while mead, an ancient alcoholic drink, is virtually unknown. But a young Belgian beekeeper, Xavier Rennotte,

 It is quiet at Cain Vineyards. The hillside estate at the top of Napa Valley's Spring Mountain is far removed from the hustle of

Now is the season of quinces: Fruit that is delicious in both sweet and savory dishes, is easily preserved, and one that enhances a