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Vin de France Virtual Tasting

In recent years, we've seen an uptick in French wines labeled 'Vin De France.' If you enjoy French wines and want to learn more about this exciting category, join Binny's wine staff as we taste through some of our favorite Vin De France bottlings.
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Cotes du Rhone Virtual Tasting

Join Binny's Wine Educator Alicia Barrett and Binny's own Rooter of the Rhone Chris Speir for an informative look at this special region!
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Veuve Clicquot Virtual Tasting

Have you ever wondered how Veuve Clicquot comes up with their unique packaging every year?
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Zuccardi Virtual Tasting

Binny's own Gabriel Z is talking with Sebastian Zuccardi about everything "mountain wine": the vineyards and the terroir that make Familia Zuccardi a leader in Argentine wine!
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Wines of Argentina

Freshness has become the theme of the moment throughout Argentina, resulting in wines that emphasize elegance, tension, natural acidity and lower alcohol.
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Discover Beaujolais Virtual Tasting

Join Binny's Wine Educator Alicia Barrett and Binny's own Guru of the Grape Chris Speir for an informative look at this special region!
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Discover Beaujolais

Travel with us for a few minutes to Beaujolais. Settled in the rolling hills just south of Burgundy, it’s a region immensely appreciated by a few (mostly those who work in wine) and undiscovered (or misunderstood) by many.
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Barrel to Bottle: Rosé All...Year?

Is this the Summer of Rosé pt. Deux or should it be Rosé All Year? Alicia and Chris take us on a journey around the world of Rosé.
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Barrel to Bottle: Cabernet Around the World

There's more to Cabernet than Napa and France. Jason Palma steps back into the Barrel to Bottle studios for a Cabernet world tour.
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Binny's Home Bartender: Adonis

Sherry has long had an unfair reputation. Dismissed as the stuffy drink of choice for aging British aristocrats, or sickly sweet jug wine more suited to cooking than drinking. Fortunately the variety and quality of sherry is being rediscovered.
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