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Among the 60 or so Austrian wines I've tasted in the past couple of weeks I found my Thanksgiving red for this year. The

Italy's less well-known wine appellations provide a continuing supply of truly interesting wines at very reasonable prices, like the fresh, juicy 2012 Salcheto Obvius

Sicilian wines made from vines planted on the slopes of the famous Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes, have been getting

I'm just back from more than two weeks in Australia, where I spoke at Savour, the first wine conference put on by Wine Australia,

Italy is a huge source of reasonably-priced, food-friendly wines. This juicy, delicious 2010 Vietti Barbera d'Asti Tre Vigne, with its tangy taste of smoke,

Riesling spent years on the unfashionable grape list, but that's over, thankfully, and the varietal has been experiencing a serious comeback. This light, fruity-tart