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Finding gifts for my family has become part of the adventure - things with a touch of the exotic to help them feel a little closer to what I saw and smelled and did on my travels. This is the story of how I left home alone, meandered to Tuscany for a travel-writing class, and searched for presents that should make each recipient look forward to my next escape as much as I do.

Nick O'Connell

Bristish-educated and born into royalty, American food critic Roy Andries de Groot shook up California's wine world with his Classification of 1982.

Roger Morris

I know what I taste in my wine, even if I don't know how it got there.

Roger Morris

7 true stories to tell consumers while you're uncorking their bottles.

Roger Morris

Summarizing a vintage is never an easy task - nor always a pleasant one.

Roger Morris

A visit to Oregon's Wllamette Valley allows to appreciate what came before.

Roger Morris

Pairing local wines with local foods is a long-revered European tradition. In New Mexico, winemakers give that tradition a chile reception.

Roger Morris

Spios, the latest expression, comes with the heavy aromas of smoke - but not from the bottle.

Roger Morris

Pier Liem's new boxed set tells all about this iconic sparkling wine, then provides us with vintage maps of where to find its aparkling treasures.

Roger Morris