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Moldovan Wines: Interesting and Unique Wines Presented at the Astor Center

The Republic of Moldova is sandwiched between Romania and The Ukraine.

Moldova is a country that has historically produced great wines. Moldovan wines represent a unique offering of reds and whites that have been enjoyed by the Tsar and Queen Victoria. Currently, the republic devotes most of its agriculture to the growing of grapes. Fortunate for us, Moldova has recently begun marketing its wines in the US. Read More »

Interview: J.P. Bary, Author of ‘The Persistent Observer’s Guide to Wine’

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"You don’t have to take lessons to learn to taste these things — you already know how to taste." Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Persistent Observer’s Guide to Wine’ by J.P. Bary

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A book that takes us on a self-discovery trip while focusing on the individuality and uniqueness of the whole wine experience. Read More »

Wine Review: 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon from Peju Winery

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TasteTV reviews the 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon of Peju Winery from Napa Valley in California. Read More »

Wine Review: 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon R&B Cellars

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VIDEO: TasteTV reviews the 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon of R&B Cellars winery from California. Read More »

Hanna Winery of Sonoma Valley

TasteTV's wineFLIGHT programs meets Hanna Winery Read More »

Chateau Montelena Wines

TasteTV's wineFLIGHT programs meets Chateau Montelena, and finds out more about their award winning wines Read More »

Six Sexy Reds: wineFLIGHT

TasteTV's wineFLIGHT programs takes a visual tour of Six Sexy Red wines from the West Coast Read More »

It’s Oaky, Not Okie

No matter whether you're from Oklahoma or Okinawa, a little wood in your wine is OK. Read More »

Food and Wine Taste-Off at the Press Club

Have you ever wanted to be a celebrity restaurant judge, like the ones on your favorite food television programs? For those who dream of this experience, TasteTV created TASTE-OFF. Read More »