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Pulp Art

By: Ben Weinberg
ARTISANAL CIDER IS THE PRIDE OF BRITTANY AND NORMANDY

Cider, or fermented apple juice, is traditionally made in England and Ireland, as well as Spain, Germany, Argentina and Australia. But France is where cider becomes art, particularly in the English Channel provinces of Normandy (the most significant cider region in France) and Brittany (just to the southwest of Normandy and France's second-largest cider brewer). It is here that cider museums abound and gold-hued elixirs are traditionally served in ceramic mugs resembling English teacups.

Temecula: Tasted

By: E. C. Gladstone
When E. C. Gladstone visited Temecula wine country for the story in our September, 2011 issue, tasted wines at a wide range of Temecula wineries.

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