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The Pairing

The region of Piedmont in Italy is not only home to the moscato grape but also boosts the beauty, culture and high remarks for its food and wine like its famous sibling, Tuscany.

Ty Armstrong created TNA CandyBeers to convert non-beer drinkers into brew lovers.

Steve Byfield of Nyarai Cellars in Canada fell into the wine industry quite innocently 20 years ago.

During his days as a sommelier with Thomas Keller's Per Se and French Laundry, Mack earned the nickname "mouton noir" — French for black sheep.

Livermore Valley's history of making exceptional wine dates back to the 1700s and has made this wine country famous for its chardonnays and petit sirahs.

For your wedding day, pick wines that compliment your cuisine and your crowd.

Gil Payne, an African-American sake sommelier, is challenging conventional notions of who can be an expert in what field.

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