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Why is it that beer, wine and spirits producers and drinkers are often more concerned with philosophy and political correctness than they are with taste?

Roger Morris

Here is a case where a small producer really does make wine that deserves notice. From Macedonia, four wines of excellent quality, and reasonable price.

Bernard Kenner

Tradition is served (with a special spoon) for another season.

Roger Morris

As the eat-local movement matures, its limitations are probed and its philosophies explored.

Roger Morris

Trapiche makes a wide variety of wines, with Malbec being a favorite son. Their single vinyard "Terroir Series" project selects the top three grower's fruit for special treatment.

Bernard Kenner

Chateauneuf-du-Pape's largest producer is sometimes overlooked because of its prominence.

Roger Morris

Spain's Manchego DOP cheese, made from 100% Sheep's milk, goes great with wine or by itself. Here is an introduction to the real thing and some wines sampled with it at a recent event in NYC.

Bernard Kenner

With glaciers as a backdrop, Wines of Chile shows its quality and diversity.

Roger Morris

Georges Duboeuf and Thomas Keller have much in common. At age 81 Duboeuf tastes wine twice daily when home in France. Keller’s mantra of “finesse” applies to all in his restaurants. Both enjoy uncorking Beaujolais Nouveau the 3rd Thursday in November.

 

Deborah Grossman