March 2014

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5 Questions for Ray Walker

The American winemaker is making Premier and Grand Cru Burgundy... and crushing it.

Top Alsatian White Wines

White wine for Spring? Come to Alsace.

5 Endangered Varieties to Try

Expand your palate and help these varieties from going the way of the dodo.

Spring's Perfect Spirit

Irish whiskies are light and fresh, yet they're still complex enough to hold a drinker's interest.

Beer: Brown is the New Black

Brown ales are nothing new to the beer world.

Six Scene-Stealing Drinks for the Academy Awards

We’ve got some serious cocktail contenders in celebration of the 86th Academy Awards.

Your Homebrewing Guide

Your beer adventure starts here.

The Raisin Cane Cocktail

NOLA's Cane & Table serves up this cocktail, rich in dried-fruit and almond tones.

Premiere Napa Valley Hits It Out of the Park

Napa’s influential barrel auction raises $5.9 million, doubling the previous record.

Bidding is Live for South Africa’s Inaugural Cape Wine Auction

Plus Ray Chadwick joins Global Wine Partners and other news in the world of wine.

Drinks for Your Health

A recent study (again) confirms what grandmothers have known for centuries: A drink can be good for you.

What's in Your Wine?

It’s time to take a look at wine's lengthy list of ingredients.

The Accidental Wine

Grown in only a few of the world’s wine regions, dark, idiosyncratic Carmenère has found a comfortable home in Chile’s warm valleys.

Opici Wines Launches New Spirits Division

Plus U.S. breweries continue record-breaking rise.

Washington's Rise of the Rhônes

These trailblazing Washington wineries have made the state into America’s top source of Rhône-style wines.

Central London Calling

Tucked within Central City are several spots quietly changing how the world drinks and eats.

Wine Matches Made in Heaven

We serve up five fresh ideas that crush wine-and-food Valentine’s Day clichés.

Wine's Most Exotic Addresses

From icy Sweden to tropical Southeast Asia, intrepid vintners are pushing the boundaries of the wine world.

Le Marche Travel Guide

Le Marche is a microcosm of everything tourists love about Italy—breathtaking landscapes, medieval architecture and terrific wine and food—minus the crowds.

Weekend Storm Brings Rain to Drought-Stricken California

Plus Wine Enthusiast reports on Brunello di Montalcino’s 2009 vintage, and other news and notes.

2009 Brunello di Montalcino: Enjoy Soon

Wine Enthusiast’s Italian Editor Kerin O’Keefe reports on her exclusive tasting of nearly 200 of the highly anticipated Tuscan bottlings.

The New Wine Enthusiast

We've redesigned the magazine to speak to you, the modern wine drinker.

Three Reasons to Drink Bordeaux

Why it's time to give the world's stodgiest wine region another chance.

Eating and Drinking in the South

Want to know what the next big trend in dining will be? Then look to the second cities below the Mason-Dixon line.

Okra & Shrimp Recipe

Enjoy the best of the Big Easy on Fat Tuesday with this wine-friendly shrimp-and-okra dish.

Pinot Noir & Pork Pairings

Exploring the wonders of pairing Pinot Noir and pork.

The Queen of New Orleans

The life and ongoing good times of Ella Brennan, the Big Easy’s matriarch of all things food and drink.

Sweet Cocktail Syrups

Our Crush this month: the sweet side of cocktails.
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