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Katherine Ramos

Sunset on Lembongan Island, Near Bali, Indonesia

While White Zinfandel might not be as trendy today as it was during its cultural heyday in the 1980s, its shadow still looms over the world of rosé. Lots of otherwise rational wine drinkers still avoid pink like the plague,… [Read more...]

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Riesling No 5

Bergamot, rose, jasmine, spice and peach with woody notes. While this might sound like a tasting note, it actually describes Guerlain’s classic fragrance, Mitsouko. And should you find yourself sniffing black cherry, raspberry, plum and vanilla, you’ve either poured a California Cab — or doused yourself in Britney Spears’ Midnight Fantasy. [Read more...]

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Though it might sound otherwise, coddling your eggs does not involve emotionally suffocating them. Or even being overly gentle with them. At its most basic, you break an egg into a well-buttered container, put it in a pot of simmering water without fully submerging it, and basically double boil the thing. [Read more...]

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In February, Decanter ran an article claiming that Bordeaux first growth Château Margaux plans to start using screw caps on its second label, Pavillon. Though Margaux publicly announced years ago that it was experimenting with this closure, if they are indeed going forward… [Read more...]

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Presidents’ Day is just around the corner, and your day off is a great time to look to some of the Founding Fathers’ favorite tipples. While I’d recommend against trying to keep up with the thirst of wine drinkers of… [Read more...]

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