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Editors' Picks: California's Dining & Drinking Hot Spots

There's a lot to choose from when visiting the Golden State's wine regions, so to help you simplify your hit list, we asked Wine Enthusiast editors for their favorite spots to sip and sup while on the West Coast.

Special Promotion: Elqui y Limarí Valleys

The valleys' cool dry weather and crystal clear skies attract wine lovers from around the world.

10 Best Wine Travel Destinations of 2013

From classic regions to lesser-known corners, our editors select this year's best in wine, food and cultural adventure.

Bordeaux En Primeur

Nearly 5,000 wine trade professionals descended on Bordeaux to attend the annual barrel tasting event.

Brooklyn Winery

WE goes behind the scenes at New York's hotspot, where urbanites gather nightly to sip on vino, play trivia games and even make their own wine.

Wine Enthusiast Takes on Piemonte

The Importer Connection program, together with Piemonte Land of Perfection, invited Italian producers to sit with select American importers at New York City’s Astor Center. Watch as they taste and network.
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