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Sustainable Harvesting

This talk of sustainable wine growing, what is it? While it is nothing new, it is an important topic that is simply not talked about enough.  That is, unless you work at Fernz wine. The New Zealand winery has embraced this gre...
 
 
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Arizona’s Wine Side

Images of emerald grape leaves waving in the summer breeze usually don’t fill the pages of Arizona tourism brochures and magazines. Still, they’re becoming a more common sight as Arizona’s young wine industry ...

 
 
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books
books

The Gift of Books

Generally speaking, wine lovers enjoy receiving two things for Christmas: gadgets and books. Books are knowledge, and that is what we crave most. Here are several books published this year, any of which would make a superb gift...
 
 
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Hugh Johnson (Credit: food.uk.msn.com)
Hugh Johnson (Credit: food.uk.msn.com)

Hugh Johnson’s Wine Life

From his groundbreaking 1966 book “Wine,” to “The World Atlas of Wine” and the hugely successful “Pocket Wine Book,” Hugh Johnson, 74, is one of the world’s best-selling wine writers. He is...

 
 
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The Science of Bubbles

How to find “finesse” in Champagne, and the best glasses to drink it from. By W. Blake Gray | Posted Sunday, 15-Dec-2013 Pop! The Champagne cork just flew off at 30 mph, and as much as 80 percent of the CO2 containe...
 
 
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Wine Bar table
Wine Bar table

Navigating New York City’s Wine Bars

In New York City, it seems that a new wine bar is springing up every other week. This rise in popularity is due to wine drinkers getting younger (people ages 25 to 34 now account for the largest group of wine consumers, accordi...

 
 
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Doctor's day

A Glass a Day Keeps the Doctor Away?

A research team led by an immunologist at the University of California, Riverside now has data that  show that moderate alcohol consumption could bolster our immune system, and potentially our ability to fight infections. The ...
 
 
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Climate Change Could Boost British Wine Industry

Climate change could be a boon to the UK wine industry, making Britain one of the world’s largest wine producers by the middle of this century, the New York Times reports. British winemakers have benefited from warmer tempera...

 
 
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Cork of a bottle of champagne decorated with the portrait of Madame Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
Cork of a bottle of champagne decorated with the portrait of Madame Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
Cork of a bottle of champagne decorated with the portrait of Madame Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

Champagne Widows Stamp Sparkling Legacy on Wine

Most famous Champagnes — Veuve (“Widow”) Clicquot — explicitly evokes the rather grim tradition. But other legendary houses — Bollinger, Laurent-Perrier and Pommery — also got their starts wi...
 
 
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