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

Wine production in Puglia has undergone an extraordinary transformation in the last decade or so. The original focus of the region was to provide

In the early '90s, I worked in a trendy London pub that served beers from around the world. One of those brews, served in

Chambord is a luscious, expensive French liqueur made from black raspberries. Shambord, made from blackberries and bourbon, has a similar flavor but with a

One often hears it said that place is the most important factor in a wine's identity. Or, to echo a silly cliché, that wine

South African wine has arrived. Smart wine buyers seeking good values and wine geeks looking for exciting discoveries are making their way to the