If you want to make fizzy drinks at home, there?s no better machine to use.

 

Two sites near Paso Robles farm conscientiously, and both make excellent wines. But in the climate change era, one gets enough rain, the other doesn?t.

 

We tasted 12 London Dry gins, mixing up martinis, Negronis, and gin and tonics to find our five favorites.

 

The drought in Northern California is severe, and the risk of fires remains high. But winemakers are trying to adapt to climate change.

 
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As the pandemic ebbs, the Loop and nearby neighborhoods have roared back to life. Here, eight great spots to hit while the weather?s hot.

 

Not all rosés are meant to be pale, even though they are fashionable. Different techniques and traditions produce rosés of many hues.

 
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Low inventory has kept home values high in the northern Belgian city of Antwerp, even as residents migrate to greener pastures.

 

It?s an underrated white grape that flourishes in the Loire Valley and very few other places.

 
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His legacy will always be the Judgment of Paris tasting of 1976, but less well known was his advocacy for unheralded wines from all over the world.

 

In what came to be called the Judgment of Paris, he arranged for California and French wines to be compared in a blind tasting. The verdict was a shocker.

 
 
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