The Most Memorable Wines of 2022

The New York Times

Drinking wine is a fleeting pleasure. You sniff, sip, savor it in your mouth, swallow and move onward. Soon enough, the wine is gone. What sets wine apart are the memories after consumption. Wine’s power to conjure up a moment, an emotion and a sense of time and place is uncanny.

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The Expert Guide To The Best Wines To Pair With Charcuterie


The salty, savory flavors of a good charcuterie board are an easy way to please a crowd this holiday season, but what about the best wine pairings?

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How to Choose Wine for Your Thanksgiving Dinner


First, forget everything you’ve been told about pairing wine with turkey. It’s the Thanksgiving host’s eternal conundrum: The turkey is ordered, the menu’s sorted, and the guest list is all set, but now you need to decide which wines to serve along with the feast.

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How to Find the Best Wines from Germany

Food & Wine

Profoundly complex and expressive of the most exacting intricacies of terroir, the wines of Germany are among the most iconic and revered in the world. Remarkably, they are also among the most undervalued and misunderstood.

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Natural Wine Welcomes You, Mosel Riesling


Crystalline, laser-like, pure, precise—these are the words that have come to define Mosel riesling. Can a place so bound by technical winemaking carve out space for natural wine?

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10 Ways Climate Change Is Threatening The World’s Wine Industry

Tasting Table

2011 to 2020 was the warmest decade on record for planet Earth, according to United Nations. The global wine industry, which is largely the product of the growing environment of each vineyard within unique production regions, is reporting that changes in the climate are impacting traditional methods and expectations.

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September 2022 Tasting Report: Perfect Rieslings, The New Classics of Rioja and California Cool

James Suckling

We tasted a whopping 2,802 wines during September from 15 countries, and right at the top of our ratings were some outstanding 2021 German rieslings from the Mosel and Rheingau regions of the country. In fact, five of the rieslings we rated from these two places received scores of 100.

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Heat and Drought Cause ‘Earliest Ever’ Wine Harvest, But Hope Remains


Bloomberg’s wine critic checks in on how major wine regions fared in this extremely challenging summer.

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