September 2010

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The Enthusiast Corner: Make Your Own Home Vineyard A Reality

If you’re realistic about what you can achieve, owning and maintaining your own vineyard is not only fun, but offers key insights into what it takes to make great wine.

Mixologist of the Month: Derek Brown

Co-Owner of The Passenger/Columbia Room, Washington D.C.

Rediscovering Craft Saké

Embracing its roots, regional saké is a growing trend in Japan and beyond.

California Sauvignon Blanc Best Bets

Proud wineries are bringing California's under-the-radar white to new heights. Here are the wines to try for a genuine, but elevated, SB blast.

Destination: Ann Arbor

This vibrant Michigan college town offers wine and food fit for ambitious gourmets.

Guest Bartenders Mix it Up

Within a 48-hour period last March, Angelenos had the chance to sip the handcrafted cocktails of nine of the most talented bartenders in the U.S. and England.

Heimoff: Are Millennials The Answer?

The spirit is willing but the dollar is weak—Americans love wine and are savvy about it, but their ability to pony up for premium wines in the future is uncertain.

Exploring South Australia's Back Roads

Barossa and McLaren vale get the lion's share of the accolades, but other parts of South Australia are producing world-class wines that are distinctly different.

Weed Patrol

Go to the garden for your next cocktail.

Barbera & Dolcetto: Affordable Italy

These quintessential food wines star in a region of the world with an affection, even reverence, for the marriage of dining and the vine.

Rosé with One-Dish Meals

Suggested rosé pairings from chefs around the country.
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