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Prensado is Spanish for "pressed" and a fitting name for this well-...
Even the late, legendary Jim Beam—founder of the international spirits...
Compared with its more popular, double-distilled younger brother Cognac,...
Dalmore master distiller Richard Paterson is an alchemist when it comes to...
On November 2, 1758, Don José Antonio de Cuervo obtained a plot of land to...
Lagavulin 16 Year Old is one of the smokiest Islay single malts—a dram...
With its pungent, peppery-juniper-herbal bouquet and its smooth, elegant...
A few years ago, master distiller Chris Morris decided to pay tribute to...
Good fortune has attended Château Haut-Brion since 1525, when Jean de...
It was not the père but the fils at the firm of Bouchard who spearheaded...
“There is no greatness without risk,” says chef de cave Richard Geoffroy...
Having cultivated its vineyards in the Rhône Valley for well over 500...
Frequently cited by collectors as being among the world’s preeminent...
If the histories of the two Flor­entine families associated with Tenuta...
Certainly one of the most prolific négociants in Burgundy—as the ubiquity...
Adherence to tradition does not necessarily yield quality. Despite the...
Many examples of Shiraz from Australia are so dense and liquor-like that...
Ann Colgin has a talent for making happy discoveries. “My first love was...
When Dirk Hampson joined Far Niente Winery in 1982 as assistant winemaker...
Jeff Smith’s father, Ned, originally planted the humble Zinfandel vine on...

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