Topics :: red wine

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Blind Wine Tastings Get New Meaning at Coppola Winery

FOOD/DRINK | By Matthew Wexler | Feb 26
The "Tasting in the Dark" series, led by blind wine experts Hoby Wedler at Francis Ford Coppola Winery, is helping oenophiles gain a better understanding of wine nuances.

Wine Not? A Conversation with Michael Klauber

FOOD/DRINK | By Laura Grimmer | Feb 19
Sarasota restaurateur and wine expert Michael Klauber offers EDGE tips on unique, affordable wines, as well as a teaser for exclusive wine travel throughout the world.

Wine Not? Wine Club Memberships for Every Palate

FOOD/DRINK | By Laura Grimmer | Nov 24
Looking to give a gift that keeps on giving? Consider a wine club membership, which offers the best whites, reds and bubbly from around the world - all delivered to your recipient's door without a hassle.

New York Named World's Top Wine Destination

Thirty-six New York restaurant wine lists have been honored in "The World of Fine Wine"'s inaugural World's Best Wine Lists 2014.

Newcomer Vintners Shaking Up Chilean Wine Scene

FOOD/DRINK | By Luis Andres Henao | Feb 18
A bold new wave of independent vintners are challenging Chile’s reputation for producing oceans of agreeable but predictable wines. Their quirky, small-batch harvests are capturing the attention of wine connoisseurs at home and abroad.

California Wine-Grape Growers Celebrate Bumper Crop

California agriculture officials reported good news for wine lovers and vineyard operators alike: a record harvest of wine grapes.Growers in the nation’s premier wine region brought in a bumper crop last year.

Big Fun on the Big Gay Wine Train

By Heather Cassell | Apr 15
EDGE writer Heather Cassell hops aboard the Big Gay Wine Train for a rollicking good time as the wine flows and LGBT winemakers show off their best vintages from some of California’s most notable vineyards.

Fine Whine? Billionaire Cries Foul in Vintage Sale

FOOD/DRINK | By Larry Neimiester | Apr 1
Two uber-wealthy wine collectors square off in federal court over a $320,000 questionable wine sale.

The Next Wave of Winemaking: Ocean Aged Wine

FOOD/DRINK | By Bruce Smith | Mar 14
An experiment in the age-old art of winemaking began last month as a California winery submerged four cases of Cabernet Sauvignon in Charleston Harbor to see how the ocean affects the aging of the wine.

Reds to Beat the Winter Blues

FOOD/DRINK | By Laura Grimmer | Jan 23
Look no further than these simple tips and recommendations for the perfect winter wine pairings.

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