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Articles in "Wine"

Crus Bourgeois du Medoc have something for everyone.

Lunching on Col Solare and Stag's Leap wines leads to many paths of contemplation.

Just what are those point scores we see in advertising supposed to mean?

Over the past 25 years, ex-architect Elena Walch has crafted a world-class winery in Alto Adige.

National Women’s History month during March led me to consider the women winemakers, vineyardists and vintners I’ve met over the past year. Some are newer to the trade while others have a longer perspective on how far women have journeyed in the profession.

Of Spain’s trio of celebrated red wine regions, La Rioja has a long international reputation for excellence. Priorat, which burst on the wine scene two decades ago, remains aglow with praise for its distinctive high-octane, mineral-laden wines. Ribera del Duero, like Priorat, is short on fine-wine history, but it doesn’t generate the same gush of print and online media attention. Smart American restaurant buyers, however, seek out and list Ribera wines.

Food-friendly wines from Ribera del Duero offer broad ranges of styles and prices that most american restaurants can embrace, from value-priced, fruity, quaffable Joven/Roble bottlings to complex and age worthy Riservas and Gran Reservas.

Mondavi family winemaking without the drama.

When it comes to evaluating the wine scene, Moueix marks the spots.

                                       Do “mevushal” kosher wines taste differently?

Michael Mina's head sommelier, Josiah Baldivino shares two "Wow factor" reds.

Austrian-led movement sees a less-dogmatic approach to biodynamics.

Some wines by naturally evoke the spirit of St. Valentine. The sensual elements of a bottle—the taste, look and feel—are remembered long after love hits. Here’s my wish-list for wines to pair with dinner on the Super Bowl of Romance.

Table 301's Beverage Director, Aimee Mahar tells us why Richard Betts' Saint Glinglin is approachable, sophisticated, and delicious.

Chicago's Angela Aspito of the Signature Room on the 95th shares her picks with Santé.

Digital marketing agency, Groove, uses the basics of storytelling to engage wineries with their target audience.

Sometimes the best wine moments occur close to home. Especially when you celebrate heritage Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon clones. In my local wine 'hood of Livermore Valley, Concannon and Wente honor their clones and their passion for food pairings in grand style.

St. Regis Atlanta's Jennifer Sollinger Shares her Favorite Bordeaux-style Blend with Sante. 


Tim Sullivan brought a second tour of premium sake to New York, but, I think the biggest draw this year for the very large, standing room only crowd was the chance to learn about and taste genuine Wagyu.

Sommeliers Liz Vilardi and Orla Murphy-LaScola share some satisfyingly delicious Sauvignon Blancs.

On April 1, 2013, iconic Napa Valley winemaker Mike Grgich celebrated his 90th birthday.


I had the pleasure of attending a demanding but highly informative tasting at the 3 West Club, NYC on October 1, 2013 covering a large number of Argentine wines, with

 

 

The village’s East End Wine Row provides an opportunity for visitors to sip award-winning wines at its six boutique tasting rooms.