Marnie Old, For The Inquirer

Marnie Old, For The Inquirer

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Pa. residents can still get plenty of wine shipped directly to their homes

The list of vintners licensed to ship to Pennsylvania consumers includes corporate wineries to tiny family-owned vineyards

How to buy wine from PA vineyards

Pennsylvania wineries can ship bottles to your home.

Terroir is the wine trait that can send you to a location

The concept of terroir was pioneered in pinot noir’s home region of Burgundy, France.

This Spanish red is the wine world’s equivalent of the little black dress

Rioja has the versatility to pair with many foods, and the complexity to suit many palates.

When buying sauvignon blanc, choose wines from this part of California

Other parts of the world that make a good sauvignon blanc, too. Here are which ones.

How an obscure red wine grape once lost in France was found in Chile

Like cabernet sauvignon and merlot, carménère is a descendant of cabernet franc.

Here’s why the cheapest wines are sweet, not dry

There are some well-made wines that blur the line between sweet and dry.

As pricey cabernet grapes crowd Napa Valley, one chardonnay region thrives

This is a shame, since the chardonnay grape thrives in Napa.