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With fall approaching and colder months on the horizon, it's time to switch from ice cold bottles of beer, glasses of crisp chardonnay, salt-rimmed

Three cheers for the nationwide revival of the all-but-lost American hard cider tradition! This renaissance is an outgrowth of spreading interest in locally sourced products

Winemaker Judy Chan can still recall the initial challenges when her father, C.K. Chan, handed her the reins of Grace Vineyard. [aside] A former human-resources analyst,

Maine lobsters. Peanut butter. Graham crackers. Old Bay Seasoning. Citrus fruits. Craft brewers are dumping out-of-the ordinary ingredients into their tanks to create newfangled

If you're like me, you love wine but you might not have the benefit of deep pockets or space for a well-stocked cellar. And

It is extraordinary to consider that about 20 years ago Priorat was an unknown name in the roll call of Spanish wine regions. Today,