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Anti-Russia Protests Hit Wrong Target
Retailers around the world are dropping Russian products from their shelves, but many are aiming at the wrong targets.
Comfort Food and Wine Pairing
Wine and food pairing is easy when you're talking restaurant-level food, but what about the stuff we eat every day?
Russian Invasion Prompts EU Wine Worries
War understandably overshadows the news this week, but there is also Burgundy, Tinder and Patagonia to think about.
California Growers Left High and Dry
Water restrictions will see some California grapegrowers looking hopefully to the heavens this year.
Champagne's Hopeful Vision of the Future
The upbeat patter of the Champagne authorities can't hide the challenges ahead for the world's most famous sparkling wine region.
NY Liquor Board's Unnatural Wine Ruling
A decision by New York's State Liquor Board is an insult to wine, women and America, W. Blake Gray contends.
Helping Wine to Grow Old Gracefully
Winemakers are dealing with a public that doesn't want to wait for its wine to be ready to drink.