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All About the Wines of Argentina

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Argentina has given us asado, dulce de leche and, of course, Malbec wine. So one could excuse the country if it rested on its culinary laurels. But in the world of Argentine wine, there is much to discover and savor

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Temecula and Wine

Napa Valley and Sonoma County get most of the media attention, but two areas of Southern California are home to one of the oldest and one of the newest vineyard areas in the Golden State. One of the oldest is

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A Look Into Chilean Wines

While Chile may not be as famous as some other “wine countries,” it’s producing quite an array of palate-pleasing wines. From crisp, clean, fruit-forward Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling, to big, palate-coating Malbec wines that are almost “inky” in hue, Chile’s

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Discovering the Willamette Valley

Oregon’s Willamette Valley is best known for producing the same wine variety for which France’s Burgundy appellation is revered: Pinot Noir. But should you happen to run into a Willamette Valley vintner at his wine estate or a tasting event,

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