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  1. Breads Bakery, Eli’s Market and Others Offer Holiday Packages (3/31/2020)
  2. Dining and Driving on the Empty Freeways of Los Angeles (3/31/2020)
  3. Wine of the Day, No. 569 (3/31/2020)
  4. Sardines and Celery: A Perfect Pairing (3/31/2020)
  5. Chicken, Artichokes and a Beloved Moroccan Passover Dish (3/31/2020)
  6. Bouchard Corton-Charlemagne 2007 (3/31/2020)
  7. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 3/29/20 (3/30/2020)
  8. Alison Roman’s Seder Table (3/30/2020)
  9. A Bitter Herb From the Lower East Side (3/30/2020)
  10. An Easter Egg From Beverly Hills (3/30/2020)
  11. For Your Quarantine Pizza Cravings (3/30/2020)
  12. Tempting Pastas and Sauces From Sicily (3/30/2020)
  13. A Knife to Add Flash to Your Kitchen (3/30/2020)
  14. A Haggadah for Seders Near and Far (3/30/2020)
  15. Restaurants Find Hope in Delivering Donated Meals to Hospitals (3/30/2020)
  16. Stress Baking More Than Usual? (3/30/2020)
  17. The Best Matzo? It’s Homemade (3/30/2020)
  18. Wine of the Day, No. 568 (3/30/2020)
  19. Villar Le Pinot Noir Grand Vin 2017, Casablanca Valley, Chile (3/30/2020)
  20. Lentils, Rice, Caramelized Onions and a Dinner to Remember (3/30/2020)
  21. You Deserve a Good Lunch (3/30/2020)
  22. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For March 30, 2020 (3/30/2020)
  23. These Days, Even a Michelin Star Chef Has to Sell Takeout (3/30/2020)
  24. Confidences de Prieuré-Lichine 2016, Margaux, Bordeaux, France (3/29/2020)
  25. What to Cook This Week (3/29/2020)
  26. Remarkably Elegant 9 Year Aged Nebbiolo Direct from the Cellar – Under $40 Plus a Crazy Under $20 Value Nebbiolo Blend (3/28/2020)
  27. Finding Comfort in a Bottle of Familiar Wine (3/28/2020)
  28. Vinography Images: The Boat is Empty (3/28/2020)
  29. Weekend Wine Notes: Four Proseccos (3/28/2020)
  30. Glup Chenin Blanc 2019, Longavi, Maule Valley, Chile (3/28/2020)
  31. New Orleans Restaurants, Used to Disasters, Reckon With Something Worse (3/28/2020)
  32. Domaine De L’Arlot Clos Des Forets Saint Georges 2009 (3/28/2020)
  33. One Pot of Rice, Endless Possibilities (3/27/2020)
  34. One Shop Became a Lifeline for Rhode Island’s Solitary Clam Fishermen (3/27/2020)
  35. A Dinner-Worthy Grilled Cheese (3/27/2020)
  36. A Few Pantry Staples for a Buttery, Flaky Treat (3/27/2020)
  37. Susana Balbo Signature Rosé 2019, Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina (3/27/2020)
  38. What to Cook This Weekend (3/27/2020)
  39. “The 2016 Cara Nord Red…is a great value, a characterful red.”- WA (3/27/2020)
  40. Reinventing Easter, Passover and Other Holiday Meals in a Time of Limits (3/27/2020)
  41. Ending the Aesthetic Fallacy of Heavy Bottles (3/26/2020)
  42. Open That Bottle of Virginia (or Local) Wine Night (3/26/2020)
  43. A Willing Suspension of Disbelief: 2016 Barolo Is Here – New Small Producer with 2 Psychotic, Affordable Baroli (3/26/2020)
  44. When Van Gogh Wants to Sell Some Paintings, You Don’t Turn Him Away: New Mosel Producer Making Some of the Most Precise Rieslings in Germany (3/26/2020)
  45. Neanderthals Feasted on Seafood, Seabirds, Perhaps Even Dolphins (3/26/2020)
  46. An Omelet With an Unexpected Creamy Filling: Tahini (3/26/2020)
  47. How to Freeze Just About Everything (3/26/2020)
  48. 18 Cookbooks for Comfort (3/26/2020)
  49. The T List: Four Things We Recommend This Week (3/26/2020)
  50. COVID-19 and Changes in the Beverage Alcohol Industry (3/26/2020)
  51. When Your Restaurant’s Star Dish Is Blamed for Spreading Coronavirus (3/25/2020)
  52. Floyd Cardoz Showed How to Honor a Cuisine by Bending It (3/25/2020)
  53. Food Supply Anxiety Brings Back Victory Gardens (3/25/2020)
  54. Floyd Cardoz, 59, Dies; Gave American Fine Dining an Indian Flavor (3/25/2020)
  55. A Riff on Sesame Noodles for When You Tire of Peanut Butter Sandwiches (3/25/2020)
  56. There’s No Need for Recipes Now (3/25/2020)
  57. #StayAtHome and Learn Something (Talking Wine History for FFWS) (3/25/2020)
  58. A Few More Restaurants Offering Dinner Delivery (3/25/2020)
  59. Crepes Don’t Have to Be Fancy to Be Delicious (3/25/2020)
  60. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 3/22/20 (3/24/2020)
  61. Context (3/24/2020)
  62. Fair game | Chengdu’s CFDF is back on, slated for late May (3/24/2020)
  63. Cocktails, Now to Go (3/24/2020)
  64. Michael Broadbent, Who Put Wine on the Auction Block, Dies at 92 (3/24/2020)
  65. Restaurant Workers Get a Final Paycheck and a Meal From Their Peers (3/24/2020)
  66. Wine of the Day, No. 567 (3/24/2020)
  67. Five Adaptable Recipes, All From Your Pantry (3/24/2020)
  68. We Stand With You And Are Here to Serve (3/24/2020)
  69. Paracombe Cabernet Franc 2016, Adelaide Hills, Australia (3/24/2020)
  70. The Ultimate Pantry Snack: Smoky, Nutty Popcorn (3/24/2020)
  71. Restaurant Closings Inflict Collateral Damage on Other Businesses (3/24/2020)
  72. A Cake to Bring Comfort (to Parents and Kids) (3/24/2020)
  73. Zaalouk (3/23/2020)
  74. Spanish Broths for More Than Paella (3/23/2020)
  75. Japanese Food From a Swedish Kitchen (3/23/2020)
  76. Add a Sprinkle to Breakfast (3/23/2020)
  77. Meal Kits From the Chef Dan Barber (3/23/2020)
  78. A Handy Measure (3/23/2020)
  79. #KeepWineAlive: Deals From Wineries in Trying Times (3/23/2020)
  80. The Best Canned Tomatoes (3/23/2020)
  81. A Highly Adaptable Vegetarian Skillet Chili (3/23/2020)
  82. I Know It’s Passe to Call Burgundy Burgundian, But These Are – Two Incredibly Great Burgundies From a Burg Lover’s Village (3/23/2020)
  83. Cook With Confidence (3/23/2020)
  84. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For March 23, 2020 (3/23/2020)
  85. Three Scintillating White Wines from Alois Lageder (3/22/2020)
  86. What to Cook This Week (3/22/2020)
  87. Kusuda Pinot noir 2011 (3/22/2020)
  88. A Boom Time for the Bean Industry (3/22/2020)
  89. Vinography Unboxed: Week of 3/15/20 (3/22/2020)
  90. Vinography Images: Spring Growth (3/22/2020)
  91. Winemaker’s Coice: Fabbioli Cellars (with a guest appearance from Tarara Winery) (3/21/2020)
  92. Distilleries Helping in a Crisis: Converting Alcohol to Hand Sanitizer Gel (3/21/2020)
  93. Missing Ingredients? Ask Our Cooking Experts for Substitutions (3/20/2020)
  94. How to Buy Wine While Self-Isolating (3/20/2020)
  95. Local Independent Restaurants May Not Survive the Coronavirus Pandemic (3/20/2020)
  96. Got Potatoes and Tuna? You’re Most of the Way to Dinner (3/20/2020)
  97. When Stocking Grocery Shelves Turns Dangerous (3/20/2020)
  98. Breakfast for Dinner (3/20/2020)
  99. Craft Beer Fans Know Hops. But What About Yeast? (3/20/2020)
  100. Lunadoro Pagliareto Vino Nobile Di Montepulciano 2015, Italy (3/20/2020)
  101. What to Cook This Weekend (3/20/2020)
  102. How the Government (and You) Can Save the Wine Industry From Coronavirus (3/19/2020)
  103. Wine of the Day, No. 566 (3/19/2020)
  104. Restaurants Cling to Delivery During Coronavirus Crisis (3/19/2020)
  105. Loimer Ried Loiserberg Grüner Veltliner 2017, Langenlois, Kamptal, Austria (3/19/2020)
  106. T’s Guide to Staying at Home, and Making the Best of It (3/19/2020)
  107. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week (3/19/2020)
  108. Best Non Alcoholic Gin 2020 | Buyer’s Guide & Reviews (3/18/2020)
  109. Easy Recipes to Cook During Your Coronavirus Self-Quarantine (3/18/2020)
  110. Danny Meyer’s Restaurant Group Lays Off 2,000 Workers (3/18/2020)
  111. Wine of the Day, No. 565 (3/18/2020)
  112. A Wholesale Grocery Will Deliver Directly to the Public (3/18/2020)
  113. Escherndorfer Fürstenberg Silvaner 2018, Weingut Schäffer, Franken, Germany (3/18/2020)
  114. Why You Should Attend the 2020 Wine Summit (3/18/2020)
  115. Deliciousness Matters (3/18/2020)
  116. In the Shadow of the Gods (Tasting Sicily’s Diodoros Nero d’Avola) (3/18/2020)
  117. Too Many Grapes in CA and WA (3/17/2020)
  118. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 3/15/20 (3/17/2020)
  119. Food, a Basic Pleasure, Is Suddenly Fraught (3/17/2020)
  120. A Not-Quite-Restaurant Faces the New Reality (3/17/2020)
  121. This Mysterious Ancient Structure Was Made of Mammoth Bones (3/17/2020)
  122. The Face of Houston’s Diverse Dining Scene Is a White Guy From Nebraska (3/17/2020)
  123. Mendel Semillon 2019, Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina (3/17/2020)
  124. BevAlc Roundup | Utah to Allow “Wine Club” Sales, Coronavirus Closures, and the SVB DTC Survey is Open (3/17/2020)
  125. Over the Ridge from Napa – Berryessa Gap Vineyards (3/17/2020)
  126. New Liqueurs Adopt the Buzz of Coffee Culture (3/16/2020)
  127. France’s Bistros Close, in a Frenzy of Donated Cheese and Pâté (3/16/2020)
  128. It’s No Crime to Drink Wine by Yourself (3/16/2020)
  129. Sausages, Now With Less Meat (3/16/2020)
  130. Mustards From the North (3/16/2020)
  131. Arthur Avenue Jars a Red Sauce (3/16/2020)
  132. A Compendium of Everyday Objects (3/16/2020)
  133. A Dish Rack That’s Ready to Accommodate (3/16/2020)
  134. A Frantic Few Days for Restaurants Is Only the Beginning (3/16/2020)
  135. Wine of the Day, No. 564 (3/16/2020)
  136. This Gratin Lets Swiss Chard Do the Talking (3/16/2020)
  137. Cooking for Comfort (3/16/2020)
  138. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For March 16, 2020 (3/16/2020)
  139. Champagne Duh-tz? Son of French bubbly brand’s CEO upsets Chinese wine trade (3/16/2020)
  140. ‘There Is Plenty of Food in the Country’ (3/15/2020)
  141. Quarantine Prepping Comes to the Farmers’ Market, Measuredly (3/15/2020)
  142. Weekend Wine Notes: A Case of Bargains from Oregon (3/15/2020)
  143. What to Cook This Week (3/15/2020)
  144. Chateau Ste Michelle Mimi Cabernet Sauvignon 2017, Horse Heaven Hills, USA (3/15/2020)
  145. De Martino Single Vineyard Tres Volcanes Chardonnay 2017, Valle des Malleco, Chile (3/14/2020)
  146. The Milk Situation (3/14/2020)
  147. Vinography Images: A River Runs Through the Vines (3/13/2020)
  148. Le Bernardin, Daniel and Other Top New York Restaurants Temporarily Close (3/13/2020)
  149. VERY Important LAST BOTTLES IN THE CELLAR Rare Old Mosel Riesling Offer: Incredible Spatlese and Auslese from the Spectacular 1994 Vintage – "Mosel’s Best Kept Secret" (3/13/2020)
  150. Extreme Viticulture: Combating the Spotted Lanternfly (3/13/2020)
  151. Irresistible Garlicky Noodles (3/13/2020)
  152. Weingut Bründlmayer Zweigelt Reserve 2016, Langenlois, Austria (3/13/2020)
  153. G. Descombes Brouilly 2013 (3/13/2020)
  154. The Essential Indian Recipes (3/13/2020)
  155. David Chang Loves Beethoven’s Ninth (but Won’t Finish ‘Infinite Jest’) (3/13/2020)
  156. Don’t Toss This Food Scrap (It Could Be Vastly Improving Your Dishes) (3/13/2020)
  157. In Los Angeles, a Dinner Where Dessert Is Picked From the Trees (3/13/2020)
  158. Five Places to Visit in Raleigh, N.C., With a Local Chef and Musician (3/13/2020)
  159. How Little Italy Became Little Albanian-Mexican Italy (3/13/2020)
  160. How a Harlem Chef Spends His Sundays (3/13/2020)
  161. Restaurants Across the Country Struggle to Respond to Coronavirus (3/12/2020)
  162. Learn to Pair Wine With Food (3/12/2020)
  163. When Thin and Bitter Are Welcome Wine Words (3/12/2020)
  164. I’ll Drink to That: Winemaker David Lett (3/12/2020)
  165. How an Ecuadorean Soup Inspired a Restaurant (3/12/2020)
  166. “Good Evening, Clarice” (Facing Off with Clarice Wine Company Pinot Noir and Adam Lee) (3/12/2020)
  167. Could an Invasive Snail Save Your Morning Coffee? (3/11/2020)
  168. & Sons, a Sommelier’s Ham Bar, Opens in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens (3/11/2020)
  169. Nominate Your Winery for Our Annual Customer Awards (3/11/2020)
  170. Wine of the Day, No. 563 (3/11/2020)
  171. Dinner in French! (3/11/2020)
  172. “a zesty edge of ripe lemon” completes the 2018 Ninot Gresigny (3/11/2020)
  173. The Best Brunellos: Tasting the 2015 Vintage on Tour (3/10/2020)
  174. The Winemaker That Snuck Up on Me – From Great Value to Best of Class – Can’t Miss St. Joseph and Hermitage Blanc (3/10/2020)
  175. A Chicken Biryani Recipe That Brings People Together (3/10/2020)
  176. A Vintage Bash for All Things Burgundy (3/10/2020)
  177. Last Meals on Death Row, a Peculiarly American Fascination (3/10/2020)
  178. Where Pastrami on Rye Rubs Elbows With Falafel and Baklava (3/10/2020)
  179. Dinner with Joel Aiken and Scattered Peaks 2017 Small Lot Cabernet Sauvignon (3/10/2020)
  180. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 3/8/20 (3/9/2020)
  181. An off the Charts Delicious Under $22 Wine from Our Cult Pinot Producer Enderle & Moll – Stock Up for Parties (3/9/2020)
  182. A Pork Noodle Soup Pulled From Your Pantry (3/9/2020)
  183. This Festival Brings the Funk (3/9/2020)
  184. Corned Beef, Hold the Beef (3/9/2020)
  185. Chicken, the Thomas Keller Way (3/9/2020)
  186. A Permanent Home for Mochi (3/9/2020)
  187. For a Faster Old-Fashioned … (3/9/2020)
  188. Food Is the Subject of This Art Show (3/9/2020)
  189. Wine of the Day, No. 562 (3/9/2020)
  190. Tejal Rao’s 10 Essential Indian Recipes (3/9/2020)
  191. Empson USA Introduces Italian Wines to the American Market (3/9/2020)
  192. Your Next Great Meal (3/9/2020)
  193. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For March 9, 2020 (3/9/2020)
  194. What to Cook This Week (3/8/2020)
  195. Grafting fruit trees (3/8/2020)
  196. Rabl Grüner Veltliner Ried Käferberg Alte Reben 2018, Kamptal, Austria (3/8/2020)
  197. Vinography Unboxed: Week of 3/1/20 (3/7/2020)
  198. Vinography Images: Somewhere Happy (3/7/2020)
  199. IPAs and Braggots at The Farm Brewery at Broad Run (3/7/2020)
  200. Jia you! | British, Swiss wine trade pair in Napa for China message (3/7/2020)
  201. Sancerre Rosé 2019, Domaine Michel Thomas et Fils, Loire, France (3/7/2020)
  202. Gray Kunz, 65, Dies; Four-Star Chef Fused France and Asia (3/6/2020)
  203. Stocking Your Pantry, the Smart Way (3/6/2020)
  204. The Grand Cru Vineyard Making 2 of the Most Cerebral Wines in Germany: Pinot Noir and Riesling from Battenfeld Spanier (3/6/2020)
  205. Florida Lobster Got a Break on China Tariffs. Then Came Coronavirus. (3/6/2020)
  206. Shortcuts We Love (3/6/2020)
  207. Weekend Wine Notes: 20 California Pinot Noirs, from Sta. Rita Hills to Anderson Valley (3/6/2020)
  208. How I Came to Cook in French (3/6/2020)
  209. Le G de Château Giraud 2018, Bordeaux Blanc Sec, France (3/6/2020)
  210. What to Cook This Weekend (3/6/2020)
  211. In Las Vegas, the Home-Style Pizza Is an Everything Pie (3/6/2020)
  212. ‘Like Licking an Ashtray’: Fires’ Invisible Threat to Australia’s Wines (3/6/2020)
  213. Red Space Lettuce Might Feed Red Planet Astronauts (3/5/2020)
  214. Wine Retailers Can Ship to 15 States, D.C. (3/5/2020)
  215. If I Could Save Time in a Bottle (3/5/2020)
  216. How to Cook Spaghetti Squash (3/5/2020)
  217. Seller Beware: Use Your Own License (3/5/2020)
  218. Roter Veltiliner 2018, Weingut Wimmer-Czerny,Fels am Wagram, Austria (3/5/2020)
  219. Japanese Snacks Inspired by Mom’s at Rice & Miso (3/5/2020)
  220. The T List: What to See, Buy and Eat This Week (3/5/2020)
  221. Lost Boy Cider – Virginia’s First Urban Cidery (3/4/2020)
  222. DoorDash Faces Its Latest Challenge: Wooing Wall Street (3/4/2020)
  223. The Yam Soup That Keeps Norma Kamali Energized (3/4/2020)
  224. New Pieces on Wine Enthusiast: Farmworkers and Regenerative Winegrowing (3/4/2020)
  225. Tornadoes Cut a Swath Through Nashville’s Restaurant Scene (3/4/2020)
  226. La Font de Notre Dame “Seductive and Mouthwatering” Lirac (3/4/2020)
  227. How to Cook Fake Meat (3/4/2020)
  228. Straight Up (Interviewing Stu Smith for NVWA) (3/4/2020)
  229. As Virus Fears Worsen, for a Hong Kong Restaurateur, Resilience Is on the Menu (3/4/2020)
  230. The Return of Gage & Tollner, a Victorian Haunt With a New Vibe (3/4/2020)
  231. French as Apple Pie (3/4/2020)
  232. WINeFare Women in Natural Wine Tasting: March 7, San Francisco (3/3/2020)
  233. How Do They Make Plant-Based Meat Behave Like Beef? (3/3/2020)
  234. How to Cook With Plant-Based Meats (3/3/2020)
  235. Chateau Cap de Faugeres 2016, Castillon, Côtes de Bordeaux, France (3/3/2020)
  236. Peak, With 101st-Floor Views, Opens in Hudson Yards (3/3/2020)
  237. Wine of the Day, No. 561 (3/3/2020)
  238. Le Crocodile Shows How a New York Brasserie Should Look and Taste (3/3/2020)
  239. The Long Time Brilliant Burgundy Winemaker I’ve Failed to Make Famous … Yet – Two Still Stunning Values from Alain Michelot’s Nephew (3/3/2020)
  240. Fabien Dauvissat’s Best Wine – Pico Production, Allocated, "The Dead Man" – Stunning (3/3/2020)
  241. TREU Grüner Veltliner Federspiel 2018, Mathias Hirtzberger, Weinhofmeisterei, Wachau, Niederösterreich, Austria (3/3/2020)
  242. Warming Winter (Almost) Cuts Off a Sweet Wine Tradition in Germany (3/3/2020)
  243. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 3/1/20 (3/2/2020)
  244. The Right Dish for the Cassoulet (3/2/2020)
  245. Turn to Jackfruit for a Vegan Snack (3/2/2020)
  246. The Art of Japanese Sweets-Making (3/2/2020)
  247. For Good Gouda, Head to the Subway (3/2/2020)
  248. The Secrets of a Catskills Diner (3/2/2020)
  249. Marmalade With a Moroccan Touch (3/2/2020)
  250. Savoie Rising – Mountain Meursault and Incredible Alt Champagne – Two Brilliant Change of Pace Wines You Need to Try (3/2/2020)
  251. BevAlc Roundup | Loopholes in Wine Tariffs, Coronavirus and Wine, and Understanding Your Distributors (3/2/2020)
  252. The Hard-Knocks Restaurant World Discovers Wellness (3/2/2020)
  253. Put Your Ax Into It, at This Los Angeles Restaurant (3/2/2020)
  254. The Chefs Reviving the Classic Parisian Brasserie (3/2/2020)
  255. Exciting New Recipes! (3/2/2020)
  256. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For March 2, 2020 (3/2/2020)
  257. India’s Wine Country: A Charming Work in Progress (3/2/2020)
  258. Wine of the Day, No. 560 (3/1/2020)
  259. What to Cook This Week (3/1/2020)
  260. Trapiche Terroir Series Finca Coletto Malbec 2015, Bodegas Trapiche, El Parel, Tupungato, Mendoza, Argentina (3/1/2020)
  261. Vinography Images: Vineyard Vantage Point (2/29/2020)
  262. Napa’s Epic Harvest: Tasting the 2018 Vintage at Premiere Napa Valley (2/29/2020)
  263. Beringer Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014, California, USA (2/29/2020)
  264. Joe Coulombe, Who Founded Trader Joe’s, Dies at 89 (2/29/2020)
  265. Domaine Simha Rao Coal River Chardonnay 2016 (2/28/2020)
  266. The Sweetest, Saltiest Chicken (2/28/2020)
  267. When the Craving for Cassoulet Strikes … (2/28/2020)
  268. These Pretzel Shortbread Cookies Are (Almost) Too Good to Share (2/28/2020)
  269. What to Cook This Weekend (2/28/2020)
  270. At Hamido Seafood, Let the Staff Be Your Guide (2/28/2020)
  271. Two Exercises in the Apogee of Fruit Clarity from the Boy Genius of Baden – Zeiresein’s Disciple Max Geitlinger (2/27/2020)
  272. An Analyst’s Insights into 2020 Direct-to-Consumer Wine Shipping Report (2/27/2020)
  273. Do Chicken Breasts Deserve A Comeback? (2/27/2020)
  274. Giving Rosso di Montalcino a Second Look (2/27/2020)
  275. Past Masters (Aging High-end Austrian Grüner Veltliner) (2/27/2020)
  276. Chavy Chouet’s Reds Catch Up To His Whites – These Are Singular Burgundies of Power and Elegance (2/26/2020)
  277. Dão Wines: The Hidden Gem of Portugal (2/26/2020)
  278. Up to 91% More Expensive: How Delivery Apps Eat Up Your Budget (2/26/2020)
  279. The Butcher Shop Keeping Old World Delicacies Alive (2/26/2020)
  280. A Mezcal Master Turns to the Martini (2/26/2020)
  281. “Well-detailed and solidly voluminous flavors ” – Burghound – Domaine Testut Chablis 2018 (2/26/2020)
  282. The Simplest Salmon (2/26/2020)
  283. Au Revoir! (2/26/2020)
  284. Polkura Syrah 2016, Marchigue, Colchagua Valley, Chile (2/26/2020)
  285. Sgehesio Family Vineyards Old Vine Zinfandel 2017, Sonoma County, California, USA (2/26/2020)
  286. Gunpowder Wine Trail Celebrates with Special Wine Tastings (2/25/2020)
  287. A Ramen Diner From a Master in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn (2/25/2020)
  288. A Texas Border Town’s Booming Trade in Great Tacos (2/25/2020)
  289. Petrichor Single Vineyard Pinot noir 2018 (2/25/2020)
  290. Everybody Goes to Burger Heaven (2/25/2020)
  291. Louis M Martini Cabernet Sauvignon 2015, Napa Valley, California, USA (2/25/2020)
  292. The Latest Amenity at Luxury Residences: A Celebrity Chef Is in the House (2/24/2020)
  293. An Offer for the Beatles: "Yesterday" – Incredible Cornas and St. Joseph at 15 Year Ago Prices (2/24/2020)
  294. For That PB and J, a Pecan Butter (2/24/2020)
  295. How to Serve Fonio (2/24/2020)
  296. A Food Conference Heads to Pittsburgh (2/24/2020)
  297. More Chip in Levain’s Cookie (2/24/2020)
  298. A New Addition to the Cleaning Cohort (2/24/2020)
  299. Dickson’s Moves Downstairs at Chelsea Market (2/24/2020)
  300. Wine of the Day, No. 559 (2/24/2020)
  301. This Is Not an Article About Lemony Salmon (2/24/2020)
  302. How to Buy Wine: Five Questions to Ask (2/24/2020)
  303. In Queens, a Food Bazaar With the Vastness and Variety of Indonesia (2/24/2020)
  304. Your New Favorite Fried Rice (2/24/2020)
  305. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For February 24, 2020 (2/24/2020)
  306. Go Moldova! | China wine imports fall 11% by volume, 14% by value in 2019 (2/24/2020)
  307. Wombat (2/23/2020)
  308. B. Smith, Model Turned Restaurateur and Lifestyle Guru, Dies at 70 (2/23/2020)
  309. Wine of the Day, No. 558 (2/23/2020)
  310. What to Cook This Week (2/23/2020)
  311. Chateau Changyu Moser XV Moser Family Cabernet Sauvignon 2016, Ningxia, China (2/23/2020)
  312. Vinography Images: A Splash of Sun (2/23/2020)
  313. The Miracle of Marbach – My Highest Rated Young Spatlese Ever, Plus a Brilliant Grand Cru Dry Marbach (2/22/2020)
  314. Chateau Jean Faux Sainte-Radegonde 2016, Bordeaux, France (2/22/2020)
  315. 18 Great Chili Recipes for Chilly Days (2/22/2020)
  316. Greystone Chardonnay 2017, Waipara Valley, North Canterbury, New Zealand (2/22/2020)
  317. A Feminist Cookbook Meant to Inspire Fuels Outrage Instead (2/21/2020)
  318. Banquets Are Back in Fashion. But Where Does All the Food Go? (2/21/2020)
  319. The Picasso of Franken: Two Very Different Pinot Noirs from One of the Top Vineyards in Germany (2/21/2020)
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  322. Three from Merry Edwards (2/21/2020)
  323. FreshDirect, After Broken Eggs and Angry Customers, Stages a Comeback (2/21/2020)
  324. Creamy Pasta Forever (2/21/2020)
  325. Finca Las Lomas Sauvignon Gris 2019, Vina Undurraga, Leyda Valley, Chile (2/21/2020)
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  331. Joseph Conrad’s Favorite Wine: The Heart of Darkness, Old School Sagrantino, Dense, Contemplative, Miraculous (2/20/2020)
  332. How to Build a Pretty Macrobiotic Meal Like a Jewelry Designer (2/20/2020)
  333. Boina Tinto 2017, Portugal Boutique Winery, Douro, Portugal (2/20/2020)
  334. Bottomless Brunch Means Bottomless Khao Tom at Noods n’ Chill (2/20/2020)
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  336. Neumeister Straden Sauvignon Blanc 2018, Vulkanland Steiermark, Austria (2/20/2020)
  337. Once More, with Precision (Château Lilian Ladouys Gets Serious) (2/20/2020)
  338. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week (2/20/2020)
  339. The Agriculture Queens of Louisiana (2/20/2020)
  340. Neumeister Weissburgunder Vulkanland Steiermark, 2018, Austria (2/19/2020)
  341. Julia and the Hendersons (2/19/2020)
  342. Wine of the Day, No. 557 (2/19/2020)
  343. Gaillard’s “2018 Saint Joseph Blanc has that “it” factor’” – WA (2/19/2020)
  344. Jean-Louis SCHOEPFER Wines (2/19/2020)
  345. ‘Like The Camera Wasn’t Even There’: Capturing Nude Cooks (2/19/2020)
  346. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 2/16/20 (2/18/2020)
  347. The Best Party Trick: Make Your Own Gravlax (2/18/2020)
  348. Thai Diner, From the Uncle Boons Team, Opens (2/18/2020)
  349. BV GdL PR, the 2016 Edition (2/18/2020)
  350. At the Intersection of Cookbooks and Women’s Marches (2/18/2020)
  351. Sugars With a Floral Note (2/18/2020)
  352. There’s a Story Around This Cake (2/18/2020)
  353. The Bean for Your Irish Coffee (2/18/2020)
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  355. Dinners Laud Chefs at Beatrice Inn (2/18/2020)
  356. The Whole-Grain Grail: A Sandwich Bread With Mass Appeal (2/18/2020)
  357. The Culinary Couple Who Built a British Empire (2/18/2020)
  358. Vins Chocolan Gran Riserva Origen Cabernet Franc 2018, Maipo Valley, Chile (2/18/2020)
  359. Life at Caleta 111 Revolves Around Limes and Tiger’s Milk (2/18/2020)
  360. The Anything but Humble Carrot (2/18/2020)
  361. Two Classic Baroli from the Cellar of a Brilliant Old School Producer – Last Few Bottles of Each Vintage (2/18/2020)
  362. The Maverick of Marbach – Two New Very Important German Pinot Noirs from the Nahe – Andi Schneider’s "Grand Cru" Site (2/18/2020)
  363. Charles & Charles Riesling 2018, Yakima Valley, Washington State, USA (2/18/2020)
  364. Les Anonymes 2020 (2/18/2020)
  365. Threat of 100% Wine Tariff Lifted – For Now (2/18/2020)
  366. E. regnans (2/17/2020)
  367. The NEW Jadis Vintage – Enter 2009 – A Clone of the 2006 – Maybe Better – Insane Value for High End Quality Champagne – CASE PRICING (2/17/2020)
  368. Wine of the Day, No. 556 (2/17/2020)
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  370. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For February 17, 2020 (2/17/2020)
  371. BevAlc Roundup | Tariffs Continue to Affect Bev Alc Industry, the Grape Glut, and When Tasting Room Experiences Go Wrong (2/17/2020)
  372. What to Cook This Week (2/16/2020)
  373. Karas Areni & Khndoghni 2016, Armenia (2/16/2020)
  374. Sempavirans (2/15/2020)
  375. Vinography Images: From the Mist (2/15/2020)
  376. Chateau Mayne Lalande Reserve 2015, Listrac-Médoc, Bordeaux, France (2/15/2020)
  377. Fanny Sabre Pommard Charmots 1er 2009 (2/14/2020)
  378. The Beloved West Village Restaurant Barbuto Gets a Reboot (2/14/2020)
  379. How an Author and His Husband Host Casual Dinners in Their New York Apartment (2/14/2020)
  380. Our Latest Crush (2/14/2020)
  381. Escherndorfer Lump Silvaner S. 2018, Weingut Horst Sauer, Franken, Germany (2/14/2020)
  382. What to Cook This Weekend (2/14/2020)
  383. This Garlicky, Spicy Chickpea Stew Is Exactly What You Need (2/14/2020)
  384. Postcard: Tree #3 (2/14/2020)
  385. Bokisch Vineyards 2014 Gran Reserva Tempranillo (2/14/2020)
  386. Home alone? Valentine Day’s wine delivery deals in Beijing (2/13/2020)
  387. Valpolicella, the Old-Fashioned Way (2/13/2020)
  388. Rioja Gran Reserva, a Wine Beginning to Be Shaped by Time (2/13/2020)
  389. Banh Mi That Travels the World at JoJu (2/13/2020)
  390. The Evolution of a More Competitive DtC Market (2/13/2020)
  391. I’m Calling Bullshit on Drone Wine Delivery (2/12/2020)
  392. Let’s Talk Chocolate (2/12/2020)
  393. 2018 Henri Boillot Red Burgundies Reviewed by WA (2/12/2020)
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  397. Tasting chez Babass (2/12/2020)
  398. 2020 Sonoma Garagiste Festival: February 15, Sonoma (2/11/2020)
  399. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 2/9/20 (2/11/2020)
  400. Quadruple Value Threat: Brilliant but Unknown Producer, Region, Grape, Direct Purchase (2/11/2020)
  401. This New Hudson Yards Restaurant Is Better Than It Should Be (2/11/2020)
  402. In Los Angeles, a Historic Home Becomes an Experimental Kitchen (2/11/2020)
  403. Gruber Röschitz Ried Lauschen Blauer Zweigelt 2017, Niederösterreich, Austria (2/11/2020)
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  407. Everything You Don’t Know About Chocolate (2/11/2020)
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  409. The Brunello of the North – 2015 Alta Toscana from Costa Archi – Plus The Sangiovese They Serve at Parties in Heaven (Case Pricing) (2/10/2020)
  410. Shortcuts to a Vietnamese Dinner (2/10/2020)
  411. Dungeness Crabs and Other Delights From the Deep (2/10/2020)
  412. Chocolate Mousse on the Move (2/10/2020)
  413. Chintan Pandya and Nick Anderer Cook at De Gustibus (2/10/2020)
  414. A New Company Vying for Your Dinner Plate (2/10/2020)
  415. A Champagne Wish Comes True (2/10/2020)
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  419. Two Champagne Houses at the APVSA Tasting in Washington DC (2/10/2020)
  420. Greniers Saint Jean (Angers) (2/10/2020)
  421. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For February 10, 2020 (2/10/2020)
  422. Postcard: Trees #1 (2/10/2020)
  423. The D’Arenberg Cube Is a Zany, Adult Fun House (2/9/2020)
  424. What to Cook This Week (2/9/2020)
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  426. Terres Doreés Chardonnay Classic Beaujolais Blanc 2018, Burgundy, France (2/9/2020)
  427. Vinography Unboxed: Week of 2/2/20 (2/8/2020)
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  429. Our Best Valentine’s Day Recipes: Lobster, Steak, Chocolate and More (2/7/2020)
  430. Own the Recipes of Georgia O’Keeffe (2/7/2020)
  431. An Interview With Author Wink Lorch + A Savoie Wine Pairing (2/7/2020)
  432. Wine of the Day, No. 555 (2/7/2020)
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  434. For a Better Cocktail, Reach for a Different Shaker (2/7/2020)
  435. Santorini Assyrtiko 2018, Santo Wines, Greece (2/7/2020)
  436. Crisis coronavirus | 10 ways China’s wine scene has been hit (2/7/2020)
  437. Santorini Assyrtiko 2018, Santo Wines, Greece (2/7/2020)
  438. What to Cook (Grill!) This Weekend (2/7/2020)
  439. He’s in a Cab Franc State of Mind (2/6/2020)
  440. These Wines Are Almost Sold Out and VinItaly Is Still 3 Months Away – INSANE 2016 Vintage – I Have 60 Bottles. Some of the Most Precise Fruit in Our Book, Young Superstar (2/6/2020)
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  442. Champagne Patrick Boivin (2/6/2020)
  443. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week (2/6/2020)
  444. Co-opetition Channels: The Future of Wine Industry Growth (2/6/2020)
  445. Wine news (76) (2/6/2020)
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  447. Postcard: Cradle mountain #2 (2/5/2020)
  448. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 2/2/20 (2/5/2020)
  449. Wine of the Day, No. 554 (2/5/2020)
  450. Wineries Offer Valentine’s Day Specials (2/5/2020)
  451. Le Sughere de Frassinello 2015, Maremma, Tuscany, Italy (2/5/2020)
  452. The Naked Chefs (2/5/2020)
  453. 3 Reasons to Attend the 2020 Sovos ShipCompliant Beverage Alcohol Summit (2/5/2020)
  454. 2018 Henri Boillot White Burgundies Reviewed by WA (2/5/2020)
  455. Postcard: Cradle mountain #1 (2/4/2020)
  456. Predicting Genius – With New Winemakers, It’s Fruit Quality and Clarity – 1er Cru Volnay and BEST lieu dit Pommard I Have Ever Had – Our 19 Year Old Genius (2/4/2020)
  457. When a Friend Is in Need, Show You Care With Food (2/4/2020)
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  459. Wine of the Day, No. 553 (2/4/2020)
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  461. Alfred Portale Writes a Second Act, in Italian (2/4/2020)
  462. For Many U.S. Turks, Salep Is Beloved but Elusive (2/4/2020)
  463. Two Kuhlman Cellars Reds (2/4/2020)
  464. The Joy of Cooking Naked (2/4/2020)
  465. No fair | Massive Chengdu wine fair postponed (2/4/2020)
  466. A Venetian Aperitif Fit for a Spritz (2/3/2020)
  467. Russian Food Without Pretension (2/3/2020)
  468. A Jerky Made of Salmon (2/3/2020)
  469. Love and Chocolates, Jean-Georges (2/3/2020)
  470. Grab and Go Mango Lassi (2/3/2020)
  471. Dinner Theater California-Style (2/3/2020)
  472. BevAlc Roundup | The 2020 DtC Wine Shipping Report is Here, How Wineries Can Succeed With DtC Sales, and a Record Whisky Auction (2/3/2020)
  473. Wine of the Day, No. 552 (2/3/2020)
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  476. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For February 3, 2020 (2/3/2020)
  477. Postcard: Freychinet #2 (2/2/2020)
  478. What to Cook This Week (2/2/2020)
  479. By the glass (2/2/2020)
  480. Capezzana Ghaiaie Della Furba 2015, Tuscany, Italy (2/2/2020)
  481. Vinography Images: Happy Green (2/2/2020)
  482. Viral update | U.S. wine in China (2/1/2020)
  483. Viral update | Australian wine in China (2/1/2020)
  484. Top 5 Pinot Producer in Germany – Their Top Wine, Plus an Incredible QPR "Bourgogne Rouge" (1/31/2020)
  485. This May be the Most Delicious White Burgundy We Sell All Year – 1er Cru St. Aubin – Rich, Dense with Stunning Balance – Direct from the Estate Value (1/31/2020)
  486. A Feast as Thrilling to Make as It Is to Eat (1/31/2020)
  487. In Praise of American Cheese (1/31/2020)
  488. Moric Blaufränkisch 2015, Burgenland, Austria (1/31/2020)
  489. Anchovies in the Pantry, Pleasure in the Pan (1/31/2020)
  490. Centine Chardonnay-Vermentino 2018, Banfi, Tuscany, Italy (1/31/2020)
  491. What to Cook This Weekend (1/31/2020)
  492. Sichuan That Moves Beyond Spiciness at Chuan Tian Xia (1/31/2020)
  493. Postcard: Freychinet #1 (1/30/2020)
  494. Discover the Wines of Pradorey Winery in Spain (1/30/2020)
  495. A New Home for the City Bakery’s Hot Chocolate (1/30/2020)
  496. Moët & Chandon, Vintage 2012 (1/30/2020)
  497. International Center of Photography Refocuses in a New Home (1/30/2020)
  498. Maybe the Fass Wine that Will Increase the Most in Price over the Next Decade: Will Be Elite Chablis, Only $35.99 Today (1/30/2020)
  499. Very, Very Good Grand Cru Chablis from (Everybody Loves) Sebastien Dampt – Crazy Value for Some of the Best Wine Made in Chablis (1/30/2020)
  500. 20 Reds Under $20: Where the Values Live, for Now (1/30/2020)
  501. Greystone Sauvignon Blanc Barrel Fermented 2018, Waipara Valley, North Canterbury, New Zealand (1/30/2020)
  502. How the Co-Founder of the Malala Fund Pivoted to Cookware (1/30/2020)
  503. Going viral | Coronavirus and the China wine trade (1/30/2020)
  504. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week (1/30/2020)
  505. To Sicily, via the Danube, with Shout-outs (More Travel Stuff for NVWA) (1/30/2020)
  506. The Most Wanted Wine Bottle In The World – And You Can Get It On eBay (1/29/2020)
  507. Talk of Milk Industry Merger Draws Justice Dept. Scrutiny (1/29/2020)
  508. Les Roques de Cana (1/29/2020)
  509. Postcard: The bumblebee in Tasmania (1/29/2020)
  510. Kenji, Alison and Jamie, Oh My! (1/29/2020)
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  512. “Fleshy feel in this rich Godello”- WE (1/29/2020)
  513. Sorry, But Wine Tariffs Are Still a HUGE Problem (1/28/2020)
  514. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 1/27/20 (1/28/2020)
  515. McIntyre 2015 Kimberly Vineyard Merlot: If anyone orders Merlot, I’m staying! (1/28/2020)
  516. Quality Bistro Offers French Fare in a Grand Space (1/28/2020)
  517. Bouchaine’s Estate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir: My Kind of Chard and Pinot (1/28/2020)
  518. Pop-Up Dinners That Share a Culture, Course by Course (1/28/2020)
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  521. Alfa Crux Corte Uco 2010, Uco Valley, Argentina (1/28/2020)
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  526. Vegan Soups Ready to Reheat (1/27/2020)
  527. An Ode to Manhattan’s Chinatown (1/27/2020)
  528. Drink Like a Coppola on Oscar Night (1/27/2020)
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  530. The Tomato-y, Shallot-y Pasta You Didn’t Know You Wanted (1/27/2020)
  531. The Spotted Pig, Where Employees Were Sexually Harassed, Closes (1/27/2020)
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  534. Wynn’s Coonawarra Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2016, Coonawarra, Australia (1/27/2020)
  535. The Most Delicious Cold Candied Oranges (1/27/2020)
  536. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For January 26, 2020 (1/27/2020)
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  538. Avlotopi Cabernet Sauvignon 2015, Ktima Tselepos, Tegea, Greece (1/26/2020)
  539. Vinography Unboxed: Week of 1/19/20 (1/25/2020)
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  541. Villa Maria Cellar Selection Pinot Gris 2018, Marlborough, New Zealand (1/25/2020)
  542. 3 Champagnes That Will Bring You Incredible Joy – $27.99, $34.99 and $36.99 (1/24/2020)
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  544. Frieda Caplan, Who Enlivened the Produce Aisle, Dies at 96 (1/24/2020)
  545. 6 Highlights from the 2020 Direct-to-Consumer Wine Shipping Report (1/24/2020)
  546. Cheers to Robert Burns and Speyburn Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (1/24/2020)
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  561. “Really Very Good” – Burghound – Domaine Testut GC Grenouille 2016 (1/22/2020)
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  563. Virginia Wine Chat – Virginia Governor’s Case Wines – Part II (1/21/2020)
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  644. For the Love of Whiskey (1/14/2020)
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  646. A Christmas tale: Chinese IP pirates vs Kiwi wine brands (1/14/2020)
  647. Dumpling Flavor, Stripped Down to Its Essence (1/14/2020)
  648. Dumpling Flavor, Stripped Down to Its Essence (1/14/2020)
  649. How Jean-Georges Vongerichten Went From ‘No Good’ Kid to 4-Star Chef (1/14/2020)
  650. How Jean-Georges Vongerichten Went From ‘No Good’ Kid to 4-Star Chef (1/14/2020)
  651. Inside the US Wine Tariffs Hearing (1/13/2020)
  652. Wine tariff comment period ends today (1/13/2020)
  653. Matty Maher, an Institution at an Institution, McSorley’s, Dies at 80 (1/13/2020)
  654. Matty Maher, an Institution at an Institution, McSorley’s, Dies at 80 (1/13/2020)
  655. One of Our Great Barolo Deals Ever – A Secret, Important Barolo Cru from the Classic 2015 Vintage – Under $40, Read the Last Line of the E-Mail (1/13/2020)
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  657. Wine of the Day, No. 549 (1/13/2020)
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  661. Nashville Hot Chicken Finds a New Home in Los Angeles (1/13/2020)
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  663. The Cookbooks You Need for 2020, as Selected by Chefs (1/13/2020)
  664. The Cookbooks You Need for 2020, as Selected by Chefs (1/13/2020)
  665. Among the Sober and ‘Sober Curious’? Your Bartender (1/13/2020)
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  669. Brachetto d’Acqui 2018, Braida Giacomo Bologna,Italy (1/13/2020)
  670. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For January 13, 2020 (1/13/2020)
  671. DBR Lafite to expand China winery | More Cabernet, more Marselan (1/12/2020)
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  673. Marmarias Chardonnay 2018, Tselepos, Peleponnesos, Greece (1/12/2020)
  674. Top 100 Tasting Comes to NYC for the First Time: January 14th (1/11/2020)
  675. Vinography Images: Stone Temple (1/11/2020)
  676. Château Du Glana 2014 Saint-Julien, Bordeaux, France (1/11/2020)
  677. Oliver Zeter Sauvignon Blanc Fumé 2017, Pfalz, Germany (1/11/2020)
  678. Georges Duboeuf, Creator of the Beaujolais Nouveau Craze, Dies at 86 (1/10/2020)
  679. 30 Great Wine Bargains of 2019 (1/10/2020)
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  681. Southwest France: A Pool of Grape Diversity (1/10/2020)
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  686. What to Cook This Weekend (1/10/2020)
  687. Prieler Sinner Chardonnay 2018, Burgenland, Austria (1/10/2020)
  688. After 190 Years, the ‘Most Famous Bar You’ve Never Heard of’ Avoids Last Call (1/10/2020)
  689. Polish Pierogi, Savory and Sweet, at Pierozek in Greenpoint (1/9/2020)
  690. Chateau des Hauts De Fontaneau Bordeaux Clairet Rosé 2019, Bordeaux, France (1/9/2020)
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  693. 85 Year Old Vine Complexity, $22.99, 90-92 Point Cairanne, The King of the Rhone’s Greatest Value: Case Pricing – Stash Of The Heralded 2016 (1/8/2020)
  694. 50 Great Wines of 2019 (1/8/2020)
  695. Beaujolais-Villages 2017, Georges Duboeuf, Burgundy, France (1/8/2020)
  696. You Don’t Need a Recipe, Part XVII (1/8/2020)
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  700. T’s Favorite Nourishing Recipes for a More Healthful 2020 (1/7/2020)
  701. New Year, New Data: The 2020 DtC Wine Shipping Report To Be Released This Month (1/7/2020)
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  709. Letter of Recommendation: Ginger Gum (1/7/2020)
  710. Your Duty as a Wine-Loving Citizen: Oppose the Proposed Wine Tariffs (1/6/2020)
  711. A Perfect Cheese for Raclette (1/6/2020)
  712. This Dutch Oven Has a Dutch Pedigree (1/6/2020)
  713. At Dulceria, Chilean Cookies and Other Delights (1/6/2020)
  714. A Single Pot Irish Whiskey Comes to America (1/6/2020)
  715. A Chef Designs Shelf-Stable Meals for the Needy (1/6/2020)
  716. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 1/5/20 (1/6/2020)
  717. Niagara Icewine Festival (1/6/2020)
  718. Flavorful Bites in a Virtual Reality (1/6/2020)
  719. A Food Historian Discusses Italy’s Motor Valley (1/6/2020)
  720. Wine Business Fears a Possible Disaster in Potential Trump Tariffs (1/6/2020)
  721. India’s ‘Pickle Queen’ Preserves Everything, Including the Past (1/6/2020)
  722. Wine of the Day, No. 548 (1/6/2020)
  723. Time to Cook (1/6/2020)
  724. Mendel Cabernet Franc 2017, Finca Remota, Paraje Altamira, Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina (1/6/2020)
  725. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For January 6, 2020 (1/6/2020)
  726. River Outpost Brewing – the Hudson Valley’s Entertainment Center (1/6/2020)
  727. What to Cook This Week (1/5/2020)
  728. Dilofos Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2016, Tselepos, Peloponnesos, Greece (1/5/2020)
  729. Vinography Images: Green and Gold (1/5/2020)
  730. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 12/29/19 (1/4/2020)
  731. The 11th Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine & Cider: Early Mountain Pet-Nats from Virginia (1/4/2020)
  732. Bogle Phantom Chardonnay 2016, Clarksburg, California, USA (1/4/2020)
  733. In a Burger World, Can Sweetgreen Scale Up? (1/4/2020)
  734. This Soup Has Salad Aspirations (1/3/2020)
  735. The New #TheStew (1/3/2020)
  736. The Tenth Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine & Cider: Toad Hollow Risqué (1/3/2020)
  737. A January Dinner Party That Doesn’t Deprive (1/3/2020)
  738. What to Cook This Weekend (1/3/2020)
  739. Five Places to Dine in Paris With the Author of ‘Let’s Eat France’ (1/3/2020)
  740. Demarest Hill Winery & Distillery – The Everything Store for Craft Beverages (1/3/2020)
  741. German & Austrian natural wines in Paris (1/3/2020)
  742. A New Category of Grand Cru Pinot Noir: Swiss, Reminds Me of Clos de la Roche and Clos Vougeout (1/2/2020)
  743. Young Vines Riesling from a Grand Cru Vineyard – Incredible Vintage, Under $24, Case Pricing – Fass Favorite (1/2/2020)
  744. The Ninth Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine & Cider: Anne Amie Vineyards, Willamette Valley (1/2/2020)
  745. Where Avocado Toast Shares a Menu With Yemeni Favorites (1/2/2020)
  746. The Best of Japanese Dining and Design, Under One Parisian Roof (1/2/2020)
  747. #10 Jane Anson’s “Top Fine Wines 2019”- Vigneau-Chevreau Cuvee Silex 2018 (1/2/2020)
  748. The Top 10 1WineDude Articles of 2019 (1/2/2020)
  749. The Eighth Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine & Cider: Laetitia Cuvée M 2016, Arroyo Grande Valley (1/1/2020)
  750. A Restaurant With No Leftovers (1/1/2020)
  751. Chateau Du Cauze 2016, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, Bordeaux, France (1/1/2020)
  752. Chateau Du Cauze 2016, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, Bordeaux, France (1/1/2020)
  753. Yuletide Sparkling Wine Sidebar, Two: Ackerman Crémant de Loire (1/1/2020)
  754. New Year, New Recipes (1/1/2020)
  755. Le Cupole 2016, IGT, Tenuta di Trinoro, Tuscany, Italy (1/1/2020)
  756. These Armenian Flatbreads Stuffed With Greens Are the Perfect Snack (1/1/2020)
  757. Fuzion Organic Chardonnay is 2019, La Agricola, Mendoza, Argentina (12/31/2019)
  758. At the Four Horsemen, the Food Catches Up to the Wine (12/31/2019)
  759. Brooklyn’s Great American Diner (12/31/2019)
  760. The Meat-Lover’s Guide to Eating Less Meat (12/31/2019)
  761. A Devotee of Basque Food Brings It to Two Bridges (12/31/2019)
  762. The Seventh Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine and Cider: Two Suggestions for New Year’s Eve (12/31/2019)
  763. A Cookbook You’ll Turn to Again and Again (12/30/2019)
  764. Alinea Had a Hand in This Coffee Liqueur (12/30/2019)
  765. New Jersey, Now Known for Rice (12/30/2019)
  766. Add This Cheese to Your Party Board (12/30/2019)
  767. A King Cake With a Raspberry Twist (12/30/2019)
  768. Espelette Grown in California’s Mendocino County (12/30/2019)
  769. A White Bean Soup Inspired by … Lack of Inspiration (12/30/2019)
  770. The Sixth Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine & Cider: Left Coast Cellars Blanc de Noirs 2013, Willamette Valley (12/30/2019)
  771. Opening Champagne – The Frenchman’s Toot Method (12/30/2019)
  772. What Will We Eat in 2020? Something Toasted, Something Blue (12/30/2019)
  773. Cacio e Pepe, Hold the Cheese (12/30/2019)
  774. The Way to Cook Now (12/30/2019)
  775. Dry Petit Manseng Ascends in Virginia During 2019 (12/30/2019)
  776. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For December 30, 2019 (12/30/2019)
  777. La Massa 2016, IGT, Tuscany, Italy (12/30/2019)
  778. Yuletide Sparkling Wine Sidebar, One: Vara Wines Cava (12/29/2019)
  779. The Fifth Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine & Cider: Paula Kornell Blanc de Noir 2017 (12/29/2019)
  780. Colome Estate Malbec 2016, Valle Calchaqui, Salta, Argentina (12/29/2019)
  781. Plan Your Play, Play Your Plan (12/29/2019)
  782. The Chocolate Block 2017, Boekenhoutskloof, South Africa (12/29/2019)
  783. I’ll Drink to That: Burgundy Vigneron Christophe Roumier (12/28/2019)
  784. Vinography Images: Scenic Backdrop (12/28/2019)
  785. It’s Called ‘Plant-Based,’ Look It Up (12/28/2019)
  786. Confused in California (12/28/2019)
  787. 7 and 8 Year Old Pinot Noir, Direct from the Cellar – NSG/Vosne Cross – Why Is It Under $31? (12/28/2019)
  788. Kai Schatzel’s Transcendent 2018s – The Extra 2018 Density Makes These Remarkable – GG and Baby GG (12/28/2019)
  789. The Fourth Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine & Cider: Fable Farm Fermentory, Barnard, Vermont (12/28/2019)
  790. Cortina Zinfandel 2016, Seghesio Family Vineyards, Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County, California, USA (12/28/2019)
  791. The Third Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine & Cider: Bonny Doon Sparkling Vermentino 2017 (12/27/2019)
  792. A Pasta to Please Everyone (12/27/2019)
  793. What to Cook This Weekend (12/27/2019)
  794. T’s Most Gripping Long Reads From 2019 (12/27/2019)
  795. 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads (12/27/2019)
  796. Greek Wines Get Back to Their Roots (12/26/2019)
  797. The Second Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine & Cider: Casanel Vineyards and Winery, Loudoun County, Va. (12/26/2019)
  798. Tortas, Comforting and Carefully Considered, in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn (12/26/2019)
  799. For a Sweet 2020, Look to the Bitter in Wine (12/26/2019)
  800. Chateau Bibian 2015, Cru Bourgeois, Haut-Médoc, Bordeaux, France (12/26/2019)
  801. Wine Caves are NOT the Problem (12/26/2019)
  802. El Esteco Altimus Gran Vino 2015, Mendiza, Argentina (12/26/2019)
  803. El Esteco Altimus Gran Vino 2015, Mendiza, Argentina (12/26/2019)
  804. Italy Is in a Hazelnut Cream-Filled Civil War (12/25/2019)
  805. Eight treasure duck #1 (12/25/2019)
  806. The First Day of Christmas with American Sparkling Wine and Cider (12/25/2019)
  807. Merry Christmas (12/25/2019)
  808. Leeuwin Art Series Chardonnay 2016 (12/25/2019)
  809. Mercer Small Lot Riesling 206, Yakima Valley, USA (12/25/2019)
  810. Au Bon Climat Santa Barbara County Chardonnay 2017, California, USA (12/25/2019)
  811. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 12/22/19 (12/24/2019)
  812. How to Eat Dinner Like the Last Citizens of Pompeii (12/24/2019)
  813. Chinese Restaurants Are Closing. That’s a Good Thing, the Owners Say. (12/24/2019)
  814. Farm to Table? More Like Ghost Kitchen to Sofa (12/24/2019)
  815. A Chocolate Bar With a New Look (12/24/2019)
  816. In Japanese New Year Dishes, a Family Connects With Its Past (12/24/2019)
  817. Tenth Ward Distilling Company and Christmas in Frederick (12/24/2019)
  818. L’Express, the Beloved Montreal Bistro Where So Much Began (12/24/2019)
  819. The Butcher, the Baker, the Candlestick Maker: Rub-a-Dub to 2019 (12/24/2019)
  820. Old Stones Chardonnay 2017, Bergström Winery, Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA (12/24/2019)
  821. For a Festive Sip, Turn to Blackberry Liqueur (12/23/2019)
  822. Wine Lessons From a Master (12/23/2019)
  823. Cookies for the Sophisticated Set (12/23/2019)
  824. Eloise Can Now Take Her Tea Downtown (12/23/2019)
  825. Home Goods From Italy (12/23/2019)
  826. Japan Wants to Dump Nuclear Plant’s Tainted Water. Fishermen Fear the Worst. (12/23/2019)
  827. An Unforgettable Holiday Centerpiece (12/23/2019)
  828. Heinrich Graue Freyheit 2016, Austria (12/23/2019)
  829. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For December 23, 2019 (12/23/2019)
  830. Wente Vineyards Morning Fog Chardonnay 2018, Livermore Valley, California, USA (12/23/2019)
  831. Vinography Images: Rolling in the Mists (12/21/2019)
  832. Petit Voyage Sparkling Pinot Grigio, Off Dry, Marks and Spencer (12/21/2019)
  833. Le Froglet Rose 2016, Blended by Marks and Spencer (12/21/2019)
  834. Pelvins Sauvignon 2017, Czech Republic (12/21/2019)
  835. Dr. L Riesling 2018 Off-Dry, Loosen, Mosel, Germany (12/21/2019)
  836. BevAlc Roundup | Congress Extends Federal Alcohol Tax Relief, Wine Prices to Continue Correction in 2020, and Hard Seltzer is Here to Stay (12/20/2019)
  837. Four Breakfasts as Festive as the Season (12/20/2019)
  838. Weekend Wine Notes: 10 Under $20 (12/20/2019)
  839. A Dry and Sweet Riesling from One of the Great VIneyards of Germany: Goldtropfchen (12/19/2019)
  840. One of the Great Wines of Chablis – "These Go to 11" – Tiny Plot, Concrete Egg, Small Production (12/19/2019)
  841. Rosé Champagne Brings the Holiday Joy (12/19/2019)
  842. The Winemaker’s Wife by Kristin Harmel + Champagne! (12/19/2019)
  843. Favourite things. (12/18/2019)
  844. Garzón Single Vineyard Petit Verdot 2017, Uruguay (12/18/2019)
  845. Ch Pontet-Cantet 2016 Makes JD “Top 100 Red Wines of 2019” (12/18/2019)
  846. Sovos ShipCompliant Unveils New Website and Branding (12/18/2019)
  847. Austria’s Kinda-Champagne (a Traisental Deep Dive) (12/18/2019)
  848. Standing bars (tachinomiya) in Kansai (12/17/2019)
  849. Veronika at Fotografiska Comes Into Focus (12/17/2019)
  850. 8 Ways Restaurants Have Changed in the Past Decade (12/17/2019)
  851. What Happens When a Fitness Chain Opens a Restaurant? (12/17/2019)
  852. Desserts That Bring the Party, but Not the Fuss (12/17/2019)
  853. Tariffs Curb US-China Bottle Swap (12/17/2019)
  854. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 12/15/19 (12/16/2019)
  855. The Albeisa Bottle – A BOCG for Langhe (12/16/2019)
  856. European wines face a potential 100% tariff (12/16/2019)
  857. 18 Significant Cabs and Cab Blends, Mostly Napa Valley (12/16/2019)
  858. The Best Biscuits? There Are a Few Tricks (12/16/2019)
  859. Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For December 16, 2019 (12/16/2019)
  860. Xanadu Cabernet Sauvignon 2016, Margaret River, Australia (12/15/2019)
  861. Vinography Unboxed: Week of 12/8/19 (12/15/2019)
  862. Vinography Images: Vinecushion (12/14/2019)
  863. Poggio Ai Ginepri 2017, Tenuta Argentiera, Bolgheri, Tuscany, Italy (12/14/2019)
  864. Org de Rac Organic Chardonnay 2018, Swartland, South Africa (12/14/2019)
  865. Weekend Wine Notes: An Eclectic Array (12/13/2019)
  866. Hey Malbec 2018, Mattias Riccitelli, Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina (12/13/2019)
  867. A Festive Cake With a Big Reveal (12/13/2019)
  868. Old Mate Wine Into the Wayside 2018 (12/13/2019)
  869. If You Like Top Tier 1er Cru White Burgundy and Miss The Days When It Was Under $70, Read On; Plus Our Best White Burg Value HDCN Under $25 (12/12/2019)
  870. Germany’s Sputnik Moment: Walter’s 2015 Hündsruck Puts Burgundy on Notice – Absolutely Grand Cru Quality for $59.99 – Pinot Lovers Must Buy This Wine (12/12/2019)
  871. 2019 ShipCompliant End-Of-Year Webinar (12/12/2019)
  872. Il Seggio 2016, Poggio Al Tesoro, Bolgheri, Tuscany, Italy (12/12/2019)
  873. A New Chapter for California Syrah (12/12/2019)
  874. Or, We Could Just Go Back to OR… (McMinnville Wine & Food Classic 2020 Competition) (12/12/2019)
  875. Bodegas Fundador Pedro Domecq Brandy de Jerez (12/11/2019)
  876. Darwin’s Finches, Pommard and Two Wines from a Budding Burgundian Genius Who Will Shock the World – VERY LIMITED (12/11/2019)
  877. “Jane Anson tastes seven vintages of Château Fleur Cardinale.”- Decanter (12/11/2019)
  878. Polenta Estate Sauvignon Blanc VI 2019, Uco Valley, Argentina (12/10/2019)
  879. 8 Wineries in Southern Willamette Valley (12/10/2019)
  880. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 12/8/19 (12/9/2019)
  881. Wine of the Day, No. 547 (12/9/2019)
  882. Terroirs of sake (12/9/2019)
  883. Belgium Beer: Gueuze Lambics with the Gueuze Tilquin à l’ancienne (12/9/2019)
  884. BevAlc Roundup | Time Running Out to Extend Reduced Federal Excise Taxes, Beer Shipments Fall to Decade Low in 2019, and Is Molasses the Secret to Good Rum (12/8/2019)
  885. Chateau Moulin-Borie 2015, Listrac-Médoc, Bordeaux, France (12/8/2019)
  886. Vinography Unboxed: Week of 12/1/19 (12/8/2019)
  887. Vinography Images: Two Worlds (12/7/2019)
  888. Why is Saint Nicholas the Patron Saint of Brewers? (12/6/2019)
  889. I Unearth a Jewel… A Shining New Star in Barbaresco 94 Points Galloni – The Wings of an Angel (12/5/2019)
  890. One of the Best Rieslings that I Have Ever Sold (12/5/2019)
  891. The 2019 Vinography Gift Guide for Wine Lovers (12/4/2019)
  892. Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 12/1/19 (12/4/2019)
  893. Philippe Leclerc Delivers “A Classic Gevrey”- Burghound (12/4/2019)
  894. Bracing for 100% Champagne tariffs (12/3/2019)
  895. Follow the Old Valley Pike to Box Office Brewery (12/2/2019)
  896. Risky business | DBR Lafite doubles down in Shandong (12/2/2019)
  897. Flat as a pie | What a China pizza fest says about Italy’s wine performance (12/2/2019)
  898. Matsuse sake brewery (Shiga, Japan) (12/2/2019)
  899. Pontyfications | Bordeaux’s China exodus, ‘passionate’ distributors & new niches (12/1/2019)
  900. Wine Classes Everywhere (12/1/2019)
  901. Cara Memaksimalkan Poker Pakai Pulsa untuk Untung Besar (11/30/2019)
  902. Vinography Images: Reflecting Vine (11/30/2019)
  903. On the Short List for the Best Under $20 White Wine on the Planet – Enderle & Moll’s Brilliant Weiss/Grau (11/29/2019)
  904. Two Wines of Exactitude: From Our Langhe Terroirist Franco Conterno – 2013 Bussia and 2015 Panerole (11/29/2019)
  905. Vinography Unboxed: Week of 11/24/19 (11/29/2019)
  906. Champagne Bottle Sizes Explained (11/28/2019)
  907. Maybe the Last Chance to Get a Top 20 Burgundy Producer for Under $20 (11/27/2019)
  908. An Important New Meursault from JJ Girard – Classic but with the Bright, Fresh Girard Style (11/27/2019)
  909. Gaillard’s Crozes-Hermitage is “Round and fleshy but lively as well.”- Vinous (11/27/2019)
  910. A Continual Improvement from Delicious, to Top 20, to Must Try – Chavy Chouet’s 2018 Elite White Burgundies (11/26/2019)
  911. A New, Stunning Top Single Vineyard Pinot Noir Cuvee from Our Young Baden Star – Very Important and Limited (11/25/2019)
  912. Cotton & Reed: DC’s First Rum Distillery (11/25/2019)
  913. Julie Balagny Fleurie 2017 (11/24/2019)
  914. Taste | Lucashof wine from Pfalz (11/24/2019)
  915. Cara Melakukan Withdraw dari Poker Rekening Situs Poker Online (11/24/2019)
  916. Wine maps are all the rage (11/22/2019)
  917. Choosing a Thanksgiving Wine (11/22/2019)
  918. Lowboi Grüner Veltliner 2019 (11/22/2019)
  919. #ThankfulForVino with Argentinian Chardonnay & Pinot Noir (11/21/2019)
  920. The Inner Circle of the King of the Rhone – His Brilliant 2017 CDP, Top 10 2017 CDP (11/21/2019)
  921. Gifts For Wine Country Travel (11/20/2019)
  922. WE “Créme de la Crémant”- J. Laurens Crémant de Limoux (11/20/2019)
  923. Top Wine Blogs for Aspiring Sommeliers (11/19/2019)
  924. Festival mode | Zhang Dongli brings Bordeaux’s Fete Le Vin to Beijing (11/19/2019)
  925. Wholesale grape market for home winemakers (11/18/2019)
  926. St. Martin of Tours, Croatia, & Komarna Wine (11/18/2019)
  927.  Dapatkan Poker Deposit 10rb dengan Mudah Disini (11/17/2019)
  928. Quotable Bettane | Blends and civilization, MWs as bad tasters & under-wined oak (11/16/2019)
  929. Super Important Auslese and Spatlese Offer: 2018 Muellen’s Huhnerberg, 95+/95 Maybe the Best in Germany (11/15/2019)
  930. China’s first million-point wine | Power tasting at DFC & Canaan (11/15/2019)
  931. The Wine That "Owns the List" at a 3 Michelin Star Restaurant in Savoie – 1 Brilliant Red and 1 Brilliant White for Under $30 from a New Star Producer (11/14/2019)
  932. G. Descombes Chiroubles 2016 (11/14/2019)
  933. Sauternes with “spice, generous apricot and wildflower-honey flavors”- WE (11/13/2019)
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