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Whenever I mention Swiss wine -- which I do at every possible opportunity -- most people get a glazed look in their eyes. Some

Fifty years ago this year, David Lett, of Eyrie Vineyards, noticing the Willamette Valley's similarity to France's Burgundy region, planted the first Pinot Noir

Grenache is in the midst of a renaissance in California, proving that decades of abuse can’t keep a great wine grape down. Two decades

Craft brewers increasingly are like chefs. They're sprinkling herbs and spices into their beers much like a chef who wants to complement a dish.

On a late summer’s weekend in Haro, in the heart of Rioja, northern Spain, a remarkable event took place. La Cata del Barrio de

There's an old saying in the wine business: It takes a lot of beer to make great wine. The adage is especially appropriate this