• Top 10 North Fork Wines

    2007 Paumanok Merlot ($24) – On the nose this wine was darker than the 2005, with ripe crushed strawberry and hints of mocha. On the palate, it was...


  • Long Island Wines

    When people think of wine in the United States, their initial thoughts turn to California. Of course, California’s winemaking history goes back more than...


  • Lenz Winery

    Tasting in the cellar of Lenz Winery with winemaker Eric Fry was a perfect testament to just how committed this winery is to producing world class wines. As...


  • Channing Daughters Winery

    Channing Daughters, located on the South Fork, provided me with one of the most unique yet enjoyable tastings during my time out on the Island. The wines are...


  • Wines of Chile: A World of Taste

    The Wines of Chile Grand Tasting is an event that is highly anticipated each year by on and off-premise owners, operators, sommeliers and buyers, and this...


  • What We've Been Reading

    The annual Bordeaux futures racket, uhmm, I mean campaign has gotten into high gear once again with the start of some big name releases. Chateau Beychevelle,...


  • Winery Design in New Zealand

    For a small country with a relatively young wine industry (at least on the international level), New Zealand really has made a name for themselves over...


  • Summer Party Drink Roundup

    And just like that, it's summer. Seemingly overnight, the tentative harbingers of spring gave way to the unmistakable, assertive heat of summer - at least...


  • Pick It Apart

    So what does a wine and food writer do in his free time, you ask? Or perhaps have not asked, since it’s pretty boring stuff that involves Google maps,...


  • Seven Daughters

    Located just outside of Napa Valley’s town of Rutherford, the Seven Daughters Winery brings together the best of the Valley, as well as the state to...


  • Best Rosé Wines for June

    Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer. Though we know we have to wait until the middle of June for the actual beginning, that doesn’t really make...


  • One Sip Deeper Into the Snowy Trees

    The first time I had a sip of Pernod I was hanging off Ernest Hemingway’s Memorial, drunk, amongst friends on a snowy January night while reading an...


  • What the Experts are Recommending

    We're not the only ones tasting rosés around here. All over the web there are reviews popping up everyday, but sometimes you just don't know where to look....


  • Beware the Ash

    First Eyjafjallajökull, now Grimsvotn. What other difficult to pronounce volcano will Iceland spring on us next? Ever since this time last year, the...


  • Wine of the Week: 5/27/11

    Well summer has arrived with a vengeance in New York. The humidity is creeping up, along with the temperature, and that makes me yearn for a light, crisp,...


  • What We've Been Reading

    I get to read a lot. A lot of what I get to read are wine blogs, and many of these blogs are like flipping through a set of photos. No, these are not images...


  • Top 2007 Barolo

    I've already gone over my thoughts on the 2007 vintage in Barolo, so I won't repeat what was said there. I will, however, note that this vintage has produced...


  • 101 Mojitos & Other Muddled Drinks

    There are a lot of fancy cocktails out there. Beautiful, handcrafted drinks whose ingredients are meticulously measured out under the watchful eye of a...


  • 2007 Barolo

    Don’t believe the hype. So a quick review of first to market reports on 2007 Barolo reveals gems such as “buy them fast as they will never be this...


  • Great White Design

    Okay, so it’s easy to turn cool design in Canada’s wine industry into a bad pun. But the truth is that the Canadians, blessed with a clean slate and...


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