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Sharon Shim

 If Champagne is the wine of the winter holidays, then rosé is the harbinger of spring. As Eater noted recently, rosé season has sprung, and everyone is in search of the delicious pink nectar. Why are we all so rosé… [Read more…]

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Tim Edison


The following is a guest post by our friends at Wine Turtle. Learn more here. Phở is a popular soup at noodle shops, Vietnamese restaurants, and on the street in Vietnam and throughout the rest of the world – as… [Read more…]

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The streaming service Netflix recommends movies and TV shows you’ll like based on your prior viewing habits. So it should come as no surprise that Netflix recently suggested that I watch Red Obsession, a documentary about China’s infatuation with top-tier… [Read more…]

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Yesterday the world of collectible wines saw one of its biggest hucksters, Rudy Kurniawan, sentenced to 10 years in prison. Among other offenses, Kurniawan was found guilty of having created hundreds of fraudulent wine bottles from noteworthy Bordeaux and Burgundy… [Read more…]

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Every once in awhile, we get emails and calls from customers who have basic wine questions. When should I decant? What’s the perfect temperature setting on a wine fridge? Are screw caps really ok? (Yes, in fact they’re often better… [Read more…]

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