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Some winemakers leave their day jobs for their night jobs - making personalized wines.

Roger Morris

Exploring the star white grape of Alentejo.

Penny Weiss

Wine writers have to be careful not to try to impose their palates on everyone else.

Roger Morris

A peek at Tuscany's oldest wine producing estate in Italy's smallest appellation.

Penny Weiss

In warm weather, rose wines seem eternal, with a new batch blossoming as soon as the old one fades away.

Roger Morris

A flavor packed adventure that started in Guyana, meandered over to Venezuela, and strayed into the Caribbean. We then stumbled back across the Panama Canal heading northwards into Guatemala and, not knowing exactly how we got there, ended up in Key West, Florida.

Jeffrey Spear

If you had these 12 wines in your cellar, you could match almost any dish.

Roger Morris

Tasting wines from one of Portugal's most historic wine producers.

Penny Weiss

Mainly white wines that concentrate on complexity rather than simple freshness.

Roger Morris