• Food & Wine's 100 Wines

    Ray Isle at Food & Wine Magazine has come up with a list of 100 wines to try right now and I thought I’d take a run through the list and see where Ray and...


  • Wine of the Week 5/20/11

    Sometimes the simple thing in life are what one needs to bring them back to reality. After spending a week tasting some of the greatest, and most punishing,...


  • What We've Been Reading

    A picture is worth a thousand words. I recently spent a week in Piedmont, together with Levi Dalton, who took pictures non-stop with his iPhone. There is...


  • Guide to Italian Whites - Part III

    This week, we continue our tour of Northern Italy’s great white wine grapes as we work our way east from Trentino and head into the Veneto. Here familiar...


  • Limoncello, Ancient Lemon Liqueur

    Kennst du das Land, wo die Zitronen blühn? (Do you know the country where the lemons bloom) ~ Goethe: That land where the lemons bloom is Sorrento, along...


  • Revisiting Petite Sirah

    Humans are nothing if not predictable, and just to prove to you all that I am at least approaching human, I present you a little roundup of Petite Sirah....


  • Fresh Signature Cocktails

    Talk about getting into the spirit! More than 3000 cocktail enthusiasts and industry professionals kicked off the 2nd Annual Manhattan Cocktail Classic this...


  • Form Meets Function

    Sometimes cutting edge style leads function, but other times, it is dictated by it. Regions such as Italy's Alto Adige have such long histories that adapting...


  • 7 Great Sauvignon Blancs for Summer

    2010 Omaka Springs Estates Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, 13%: Pretty and perfumed with lovely floral and herb notes over a core of crisp gooseberry, melon and...


  • Summer Sauvignon Blanc

    With these warm spring days we all can’t help but think that summer is right around the corner. And with those summer days come the cool, crisp whites that...


  • Wines of Chile Trade

    Back in March, we spent some time tasting great Chilean wines with Master Sommelier Fred Dexheimer during our Wines of Chile Virtual Tasting. We left the...


  • New York Tasting Alert, May 21

    There are still a few seats left for Greg's seated tasting at the New Taste of the Upper West Side wine tasting! The Whole Foods Market New Taste of the...


  • What We've Been Reading

    As the name implies, Wine Peeps is a friendly, casual place on the Internet where you can stop by for some great takes on hard to find Washington State wine....


  • Wine of the Week 5/13/11

    One of the surprises of my recent trip to Soave was learning the true identities of the grapes used to produce Veneto's signature white wine. I had heard in...


  • 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...


  • For the Love of Craft Ice Cubes

    I geek out over good-looking ice in a cocktail. For this, I have to thank the growing current of like-minded folks — bartenders and cocktail bloggers alike...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


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