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9 resolutions to take you deeper into wine in 2018

The new year is here, and that means two things: Groundhog Day is not far away, and it's time to make another resolution. This year, in addition to your regular, all-encompassing life resolution, think about shuffling in a dedicated wine resolution too. Up your knowledge to up your enjoyment. It's your resolution - not mine - so feel free to cherry-pick one from the list below if you find yourself having trouble coming up with one of your own.

There's no rule that says you can't have more than one wine resolution, either. Vow to hit the

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