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Wine of the Week: Juan Gil Monastrell Honoro Vera Organic Red Wine 2018-$10

What wine goes best with BBQ, Pizza or a good, juicy hamburger (made with organic grass feed beef) The answer is simple- Juan Gil Monastrell Honoro Vera Organic Red Wine 2018. At just $10 a bottle, it is a surprisingly rich and satisfying wine.

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Sports Dominic Thiem wines 2020 US OPEN

Dominic Thiem of Austria wins the 2020 US OPEN singles men's title becoming the first in 71 years to come-from-behind to win.

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Naomi Osaka wins 2020 US OPEN

Naomi Osaka won the 2020 US OPEN in a come-from-behind victory over Victoria Azarenko, 1-6, 6-3, 6-3. This is the second US Open title for Osaka, who won a tantrum-scarred match against Serena in 2018. She is truly vindicated.

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Shocker throws Serena out as Osaka cruises into 2020 US Open finals

Osaka meets veteran Azarenka in Saturday afternoon slug-fest

Serena upset ushers in possible new 'Queen of Tennis'

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Serena, Osaka meet semifinals rivals tonight, 2020 US OPEN, begins 6pmCT

Top-seeded Black tennis stars vie for final berth

Tonight's battle may set up reprise of 2018 Osaka, Serena clash

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Serena wins 'Battle of the Supermoms' to move into 2020 US OPEN semifinals

Serena scores 20 aces in comback wine

Serena says win proves "just how tough moms are!"

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WINES OF THE WEEK: The wines of Moscato D’Asti in Italy

-Compo Moncalvina Moscato D'Asti-$18.99 -Michele Chiarlo – $19.99 (half bottle) -La Caudrina – $10.99 -Marenco Scrapona– $20.99 -I Vignaioli Santo Stefano/Ceretto – $15.99 half bottle Moscato is most likely the first wine that many people experience in life either at a wedding reception or other family gathering, as a gift, or on a first date. As one wine writer surmised, "it's the gateway drug of the wine industry and, fortunately, one that we just can't stop drinking." That fact was brought out with uncompromising clarity recently with five producers from the Moscato D' Asti DOCG.

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Record number of black tennis stars add drama to 2020 US OPEN

Osaka, Williams move into final rounds

Osaka, Serena head to quarterfinals

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It’s the Second Round of the US Open. Former tennis great James Blake is in the ESPN announce chair in the practice court shed. Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime is battling Britain’s Andy Murray on Arthur Ashe. Meanwhile, over on Louis Armstrong, Sloane Stephens is on her way to Round 3 against the Queen of tennis, Serena William after trouncing Olga Govortsova of Belarus. On the Outer Courts, unseeded American Frances Tiafoe is advancing into Round 3 after pounding Australian John Millman on 11, while Madison Keys is cruising past Spaniard Allona Bolsova.

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Naomi Osaka is at the top of her game. Two years ago, she won the US Open in a contentious emotional match against tennis titan Serene Williams. Since that dramatic win, she has become the highest paid female athlete in the world. She has the distinction of being the only person of Asian extraction to win a Major. Born in Japan of a Haitian father and a Japanese mother, she competes under the Japanese flag. By her own designation, she declares herself a Black Woman. It follows that she made the dramatic decision to sit out the semifinal match of the Western and Southern Open last week in New York, in protest of the police lynching in Kenosha.

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