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4/27/2016

  Believe it or not, there are now over 100 wineries in Napa Valley that allow dogs. (If you want to be quickly overwhelmed,... More»

4/13/2016

  If you’re not a Martha or a Nigella, putting together a picnic spread can feel like too much trouble—who can... More»

3/29/2016

  A decade ago, a great wine list offered bottles that you’d only imagined. It had cult wines made of grapes that you... More»

3/16/2016

  Anyone who’s lined up a day of wine tasting has faced a quandary that’s both logistical and metabolic: what to... More»

3/3/2016

  Decades of Communist rule didn’t kill Hungary’s centuries-old winemaking tradition, but the country’s... More»

3/2/2016

What’s even better than a day in wine country? Staying the night, of course! Here, four wineries where you get to sleep amongst the vines, plus the... More»

2/17/2016

  Long famed for grape growing in Napa Valley, yet infrequently visited by tourists, Coombsville finally... More»

2/3/2016

  Most people staring down a bowl of queso or a vat of wings reach instinctively for a beer or six. And while we love an ice-cold one as much... More»

1/20/2016

  In Sonoma’s Alexander Valley, sandwiched between posh Healdsburg and pastoral Cloverdale, you’ll find quaint Geyserville. Known... More»

12/23/2015

  Russian River Valley (RRV) is known best for elaborate, spicy, world-class pinot noir, but the chardonnay and other varietals are quickly... More»

12/11/2015

  Throughout the country, the popularity of sparkling wine is surging skyward like a cork shot from a bottle. And here in the Bay Area, a... More»

12/8/2015

  Sonoma County is almost 2,000 square miles and boasts 17 distinct wine appellations (or AVAs). With this many different wine regions, the... More»