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If I Could Buy Only One – Sept 15th, 2018 VINTAGES Release


As part of our VINTAGES recap, we asked our critics: “If you could buy only one wine from this release – which one would it be and why?” Our picks from the Sept 15th VINTAGES release: David Lawrason: This is absurdly good value and an absolute classic. No one argues that Alsace can make some of […] More

Buyers Guide to VINTAGES – Sept 15th, 2018


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John Szabo’s VINTAGES Preview – Sept 15, 2018


What’s a Vegan Wine? & International Smart Buys By John Szabo, MS, with notes from Sara d’Amato and Michael Godel ‘Consumer activism’ in the food and beverage world is on the rise. Demand for organic, biodynamic and/or sustainably certified products is growing as consumers seek to support ethically and environmentally-minded companies. This week I’d like […] More

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Sake

Sake is an alcoholic beverage brewed from rice, in a process closer to beer, rather than wine, even though it is often called rice wine. Its alcohol content is usually between 14 and 17%, and it is found in a diverse range of categories, mainly defined according to how much the rice grains have been polished. It can be served hot or cold, depending on styles and traditions.