Cult classic wine

By TOM MARQUARDT and PATRICK DARR Bring up the subject of Sicily and most people will think first of the Cosa Nostra. Wine? Oh, yeah, aren’t they the ones who make marsala? And so it goes ...
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Australian wine on the rise

By TOM MARQUARDT and PATRICK DARR Las year was the 40th anniversary year of the 1976 Judgment of Paris, an historic even when the unheralded and undervalued chardonnays and cabernet sauvignons ...
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Wines from Italy’s Soave Region

By TOM MARQUARDT and PATRICK DARR It is often difficult keeping up with Italian wine growing regions even for those of us who work at it. So, it isn’t surprising that Soave – a Veneto region ...
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Getting Wine Pairing Down To A Science

By Ray Isle, Food & Wine Until recently, I never thought of eating raspberries with nori. And I certainly never thought of pairing nori-wrapped raspberries with Cabernet. But then, I’m not ...
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White Wines for Summer

By TOM MARQUARDT and PATRICK DARR If you’re like most people, you spend your day in a fast-pace environment whether the task be taking care of the family or earning a paycheck by pushing ...
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