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  • Eastern European Herbal Liqueurs
  • Eastern European Herbal Liqueurs

    Sampling three bitter liqueurs
      "It's a syrupy sweet mash-up of mint and cinnamon flavors, with little-to-no bitterness."
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  • Global Chardonnay
  • Global Chardonnay

    Three chards that goes easy on the oak
      These labels have a way with chardonnay.
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  • Gruner Veltliner
  • Gruner Veltliner

    Three versatile wines from Central Europe
      Looking for a wine varietal to pair with asparagus? Gruner veltliner has you covered.
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  • South American Cabernet
  • South American Cabernet

    A trio of fine reds from south of the equator
      Chile and Argentine turn out some superior wines.
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  • Rioja Reds
  • Rioja Reds

      There was a time when Spanish wine almost always meant Rioja.
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  • Top Three Wines
  • Top Three Wines

    Some of the most distinctive wines of 2014
      David Kirkpatrick reflects on three standout wines he reviewed in the past year.
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  • Perfection at a Price
  • Perfection at a Price

    Three champagnes to keep you bubbly through the holidays
      They might leave your wallet lighter, but these champagnes will also lift your spirits.
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  • Holiday Gifts For Wine-Lovers
  • Holiday Gifts For Wine-Lovers

    You won't be hearing any whining with these presents
      Oenophiles can be hard to buy for. Try some of these ideas.
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  • Bordeaux-Style Blends in Boise
  • Bordeaux-Style Blends in Boise

    Three affordable picks from outside France
      Demand for Bordeaux blends has caused prices to spiral upward, but you can still find affordable examples.
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  • A Tasty Tongue Twister
  • A Tasty Tongue Twister

    Three gewurtztraminers for your Thanksgiving feast
      Pronounced "guh-verts-truh-meen-er," this grape produces an aromatic wine with a touch of sweetness.
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  • Sipping Central Europe Style
  • Sipping Central Europe Style

    Three beaujolais wines fit for fall
      Ripening about two weeks earlier than pinot, gamay is an easier grape to manage and produces a fruit-forward wine with good acid balance--just the thing as we transition into fall.
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  • Rose Redux
  • Rose Redux

    A rosy transition
      Last spring, I extolled the virtues of rose as a great way to beat the heat. With the temperatures beginning to cool, roses also work especially well as transition wines, bridging the gap between the crisp whites of summer and the lighter reds of fall.
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  • Wine to Beat the Heat
  • Wine to Beat the Heat

    keep it light
      We're in the midst of the dog days of summer when the days are over 90 degrees, and the nights don't provide much relief. The beverage of choice should probably be ice tea or a light beer, but if you prefer wine, you'll want to keep it crisp, dry and lively.
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  • A Trio of Pinots
  • A Trio of Pinots

    Bottles of Burgundy
      If Bordeaux is the king of red wines, then Burgundy is the queen.
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