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The Master of Wine ExamIs the reputed "hardest test of knowledge" in the wine world worth taking?
The Nouveau Beaujolais2009 gave winemakers in the troubled Beaujolais region the great vintage they desperately needed.
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The Greatest Wine Retailer in AmericaHow Chambers Street Wines eschewed critic ratings and built a loyal following.
Wieners and WineSlate's wine critic and competitive eater Sean "Flash" Gordon conduct a tasting.
From Macarons to McDonald'sThe French respond to the argument that their national cuisine is in decline.
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What's in the Bottle?An investigation into the startling fraud accusations that have upended the fine wine world.
Left Field Hillary Clinton may be the front-runner, but the tandem of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren is offering liberals a powerful voice.
Good Riddance to Little League Organized youth sports have become stressful, oversized monstrosities. Let them die.
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