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Wine Reviews

Worldly terroirs vary by taste, aroma
Chardonnay was the first wine I fell in love with. It was simple, just fruity enough, easy to drink and didn’t leave a stain if I accidentally spilled it on my clothes while I worked on sophisticating my swirling techniques. I loved it so much that I decided to branch out and explore a larger variety of chardonnay wines from different producers.
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Portuguese wines combine elegance and affordability
Usually I’m not savvy, trend-seeking, or on the hunt for the next big thing. But when it comes to wine, I’m always on the lookout, and I’ve found something exciting: Portuguese red wines.
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When it comes to wine, mother always knows best
What does a 51-year-old woman have in common with her 21-year-old daughter? More than you’d think. At least when it comes to wine.
5 years ago • By
Underappreciated torrontes wine pushes boundaries
Many newcomers to wine aren’t incredibly aware of the wines of Argentina. If you do happen to know anything about them at all, the first thing that probably comes to mind is the nation’s most recognized grape, malbec.
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