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Searching for the soul of Vincent Van Gogh in St. Remy de Provence.

Nick O'Connell

Chef Richard Erickson of Blue Mountain Bistro Catering rediscovers the magic of Provence during a week-long travel, food and wine writing class in Vaison la Romaine, France

Nick O'Connell

Increasingly, new wineries are re-populating the mountains that ring this famous valley.

Roger Morris

The Riesling Rendezvous conference hosted by Ste. Michelle Wine Estates and Dr. Loosen presents the state of riesling around the world. Hot topics this year included climate change and increased riesling production in unexpected places.

Deborah Grossman

An immodest proposal to give Vino Nobile di Montepulciano a simpler identity.

Roger Morris

Get ready to pop open those ‘70s cabernets—it’s the 40th Anniversary of the Judgement of Paris. On May 24, 1976 Napa wine came of age and beat Bordeaux’s best. And the diverse gang that made it happen still makes waves in the wine world.

Deborah Grossman

The annual Puerto Rican food fest is a great place for eating as well as noodling over the nature of cooking.

Roger Morris

Wine books worth reading: Tangled Vines is a gripping tale of “greed, murder, obsession and an arsonist in the vineyards of California”; Riesling Rediscovered: Bight, Bold and Dry depicts the noble wine’s many angles.

 

Deborah Grossman