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Why drink merlot when most people agree cabernet sauvignon is the king of wines? Here's why. When I throw a big dinner, it's surprising how many guests say cabs are too tannic, too powerful, and politely ask for something softer.
Fans of cabernet sauvignon call it “the king of wines, the wine of kings.” For good reason. It makes some of the finest, richest, most powerful, age-worthy wines in the world.
Fans of cabernet sauvignon call it "the king of wines, the wine of kings." For good reason. It makes some of the finest, richest, most powerful, age-worthy wines in the world.
Terroir: ter-WAHR. Dictionaries say it’s the environment, particularly soil and climate, in which wine grapes are grown. Wine fans insist it’s much broader, much deeper.
It’s a bit early in the season for a drive through northern Italy’s wine country – with nighttime temperatures still in the 30s.
The Oscars are coming March 2, and some of those other wine columnists are struggling to suggest what wine goes with each contending film. A nice New Jersey merlot for “American Hustle,” perhaps; something out of this world for &ldqu...
She/he just broke your heart. Or maybe you broke hers/his. Either way, you’re saying, “Bah, humbug” to Valentine’s Day this year. I got your back with some tips on getting some extra-good wines and throwing an “I Wi...
A frugal friend of mine (you know who you are, Danny) once brought me four bottles of wine – two in the $6 range, two priced around $2. His idea was to see if we could tell the difference in a blind tasting.
Here’s a tailgating tip for this year’s Super Bowl: You can’t.
Psst! Looking for a bargain in red wine? Try a dark, red, potent but still user-friendly syrah.