Topic: Wine News & Entertainment

If there’s one thing you absolutely can’t blame for date gone bad, it’s the wine. Here are a few wines that say “I love you” in very different ways.

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How are our behaviors as wine drinkers shaping the future of wine? To answer this question, we asked two individuals whose data-driven insights suggest that 2017 is going to introduce some exciting new trends to the world of wine.

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This year’s wine guide will come in handy whether you’re just getting into wine or are a seasoned enthusiast looking for tips on what to seek out in 2017. It’s organized by style of wine (from bold reds to light whites) with a focus on which regions, varieties, and vintages to seek out.

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We interviewed 5 people on in the wine trade to find out what it’s like and what it takes to get there. Surprisingly enough, you’ll see a theme that carries through and it’s really inspiring.

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Ever wondered what it’s like to start a wine importing business? Athena Bochanis started her wine import business in one of the most challenging markets in the US (New York City!). Her story will motivate you.

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Ever wondered what it’s like to become a sommelier? Carl Villeneuve Lepage is a young sommelier in Montréal, Canada working at Restaurant Toqué!. His story will motivate you.

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Ever wondered what it’s like to become a wine writer? Esther Mobley is a up-and-coming wine writer whose main gig is with the San Francisco Chronicle.

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Ever wondered what it’s like to start your own import/distribution business? Luke Wohlers started a distribution and import business called Walden Selections that’s dedicated to natural wines in Seattle, Washington.

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Ever wondered what it’s like to create a wine brand? André Hueston Mack is the wine maker visionary of Mouton Noir Wines.

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Wine travel doesn’t have to high-brow (or extremely expensive) to be awesome. Point in case, here are 4 US wine travel spots where you can find cheap hotels, cheap tastings, small communities, and alternative things to do.

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