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Elizabeth Chambers Cellar 2011 Winemaker's Cuvee Pinot Noir is an extraordinarily elegant and balanced wine
Elizabeth Chambers 2011 Winemaker's Cuvée Pinot Noir
Marking the winery's first nationally distributed release, this balanced Oregon Pinot Noir boasts cherry, raspberry and plum flavors with a touch of candied spice and a silky mouthfeel.

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Peruse GAYOT's list to discover the finest bottles from historic and small-batch distilleries
Top 10 Ryes
Like Bourbon, its sweeter counterpart, rye is a quintessentially American type of whiskey. Peruse GAYOT's list to discover the finest bottles from historic and small-batch distilleries.

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Check out GAYOT's list of Top 10 Wines Under $20 for an ever-changing selection of quality bottles at good prices
Top 10 Wines Under $20
Good wine doesn't have to be expensive. It can even be purchased at your local supermarket from as little as $10 to $20.

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GAYOT's Top 10 Fruit Beers includes brews made with banana, blueberry, strawberry, apricot, peach, tangerine, black currant and apple
Top 10 Fruit Beers
Both older and newer breweries are throwing all sorts of fruits into their recipes for added flavor, including peaches, bananas, strawberries, tangerines and blueberries.

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New releases from Freemark Abbey at a Napa Valley Vintners tasting in Beverly Hills
April 2014 New Wine Releases
We taste through dozens of wines from around the world every month, including California Chardonnays, Oregon Pinot Noirs and Italian Chiantis.

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Celebrate the arrival of spring with the season's finest special releases, including a grapefruit DIPA, a smoked beer and a sour saison ale.

Enjoy the recent rye Renaissance by downing these fine whiskeys straight or hearken back to their heyday and mix them in an Old-Fashioned.