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If you're a beer lover, you've probably slogged through your share of geeky, jargon-packed treatises on beer. Rest assured "Brewed Awakening: Behind the Beers

A recent obsession of hip sommeliers and natural wine aficionados is the category of "orange" wines -- white wines made the way red wines

I love discovering varietals I've never tasted before, which happens frequently with Italian wine. That's because the country has literally hundreds of native grapes,

As winemakers from other appellations flock to Mendocino's cool Anderson Valley to make bright and balanced pinot noirs, people who have a long history

I can be finicky when it comes to the world’s most finicky grape, pinot noir. Too many California winemakers, even in top areas, seem

Last Friday, as the sun finally emerged in rain-lashed Anderson Valley, I stopped to taste at Roederer Estate and was reminded all over again