• South African Chenin Blanc

    Wine fads come and go, sort of. The media, always anxious to break a story as though we were journalists of another sort, are always on the lookout for the...


  • Soave Tasting Notes

    2007 Sandro de Bruno Soave Superiore Scaligeri: Just lovely on the nose with wonderful soil tones, flint, sour and slightly waxy fruits and a hint of almond...


  • Soave's Back

    We’ve all heard of Soave and most of us have even drunk a bottle or two, but until you get to know Soave, you’ll never understand what it’s all about...


  • Make-Your-Own Bloody Mary Essentials

    Bacon Bloody Marys? If you missed them at Chicago’s BaconFest, don’t worry, this is one cocktail you can definitely try at home. Bartenders around the...


  • Style and Design Spain

    When it comes to design, the Spaniards have never been shy. They have traditionally embraced all that is bold and experimental. Their melding of cultures and...


  • Roses of Provence

    Cezanne, van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso, Braque, Munch, Monet. Quite the list of famous painters, and no they weren’t also winemakers. The artiste as...


  • Wine of the Week 5/6/11

    Terlan, in Italy's Alto Adige, is a leading producer of white wines in a region renowned for their whites. With a gentle slope tight up against the imposing...


  • What We've Been Reading

    It's certainly a challenge trying to cover the world of wines. There are wines to taste everyday and even with an intensive schedule one can only manage to...


  • Guide to Italian Whites - Part II

    Last week we began a tour of Italy’s great white grapes with a look at the wines of the Northwestern provinces. In many cases, white grapes in some of the...


  • Sonoma County Travel Guide 2011

    With the summer quickly approaching I know I’ve already begun to make some summer travel plans. One of the most frequently asked question I get is "Where...


  • Rioja Grand Tasting Livestream


  • Chilling with Pinot Noir

    With summer on everyone’s mind, the wine writing community tends to obsess about the white wines that we’ll all be greedily slurping down over the coming...


  • Cinco de Mayo Cocktails

    Let's face it: There's just something about a salt-rimmed margarita on the rocks that makes people weak in the knees. The cheerful pale yellow-green hue, the...


  • Wine Style and Design - Argentina

    With a clean slate, the Argentine wine industry was able to build a worldwide success story that was based on introducing new styles of wine. But the truth...


  • The 3rd Annual TOP OF THE LIST Tasting

    Wine & Spirits Magazine is presenting its 3rd Annual Top of the List Tasting; a benefit for Baykeeper NY/NJ on Tuesday, May 10, at the Metropolitan Pavilion...


  • New World Viognier

    Viognier. It’s hard to pronounce and tough to figure out. Right? Well, no, it’s easy to pronounce [vee-yo-nyay] and fairly easy to figure out versions...


  • Wine of the Week 4/29/11


  • What We've Been Reading

    Panos Kakaviatos may be a familiar name due to his participation in the Snooth forums, but to those of you not familiar with his work, he is fast becoming...


  • New York Tasting Alert, May 21

    The New Taste of the Upper West Side Event Celebrates the vibrant culinary culture of one of Manhattan's most famous neighborhoods. For the first time ever,...


  • Guide to Italian Whites - Part I

    With the spring teasing us with the warming rays of the sun, it’s no surprise that people are asking once again about what white wine they should be...


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