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Drink Better Beaujolais Nouveau

Wallet-Friendly Wine Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

The best of this year's options in freshly-available Beaujolais Nouveau. More

Pairings Pictured: Morgon, the Sean Connery of Wine

Pairings Pictured Hawk Wakawaka 1 comment

It's no small trick turning gamay grapes into Sean Connery in his 30s—all quiet, spontaneous confidence—but that's just what Morgon does. More

One Great Bottle: Brick House 2011 Gamay Noir

Maggie Hoffman 6 comments

All that Thanksgiving Beaujolais-drinkin' got me thinkin' about gamay in general, and wondering if there was more to taste domestically. This Oregon-grown wine from Brick House Vineyards is worth seeking out. More

The Serious Eats Guide to Cru Beaujolais

Maggie Hoffman 5 comments

Cru Beaujolais offers some of the best value in red wine that you can find right now—it's seriously well-made, food-friendly, and delicious, and it's way underpriced. More

Serious Eats Guide to Affordable Wine for Thanksgiving

Wine Pairings Maggie Hoffman 5 comments

We sought out the best wines for pairing with turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and more, all $18 and under (and some way under.) More

Serious Grape: Gamay Wines Under $20

Zachary Sussman 1 comment

In an era of the McMansion, the Hummer, and HD widescreen TV, it's important to be reminded that bigger isn't always better. Few grapes illustrate this maxim more convincingly than Gamay, whose various regional incarnations share a few essential traits: thirst-quenching freshness, vigorous acidity, fruit that leans toward the cherry side of the spectrum, and an addictive "gulpability" that makes them among the world's most versatile wines at table. More

Wine Pairing: What to Drink With French Onion Soup

Wine Pairings Evan Goldstein 2 comments

As the weather cools, my craving for French onion soup always resurfaces. This dish is so simple, but so good, especially if you use a rich and flavorful stock, the sweetest of slow cooked onions, a thick piece of crusty bread, and good-quality nutty Gruyere. Pairing soup with wine can be a bit tricky and it's a bit counterintuitive to match liquid with liquid, but believe me, a good glass of wine makes this meal even better. More

More Red Wine for Thanksgiving

Wine Pairings Maggie Hoffman 3 comments

I couldn't resist a few more red wine recommendations for those of you looking for something a little different for your Thanksgiving table. Here are three bottles worth considering if you haven't already stocked up. More

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