• Best Merlot 2/2011

    Today, Merlot is seeing something of a restoration of its reputation. With less bad Merlot on the market, consumers can finally begin to understand not only...


  • Perfectly Paired

    Enjoy course-by-course dining on your private balcony in a six-star resort as it serenely moves from one coveted Mediterranean harbor to the next. We invite...


  • Merlot Makes a Comeback

    Merlot has had a rough time over the past few years. Once everyone’s favorite easy-drinking red, Merlot was stigmatized by Miles’ famous line in...


  • Top Wines for Valentine's

    With Valentine’s Day upon us, many people will be analyzing every detail to ensure a perfect evening. From the flowers to the chocolate, menu to music,...


  • Jeremy Parzen Tastes 42 Tocai

    At our first Consorzio tasting in Cividale yesterday morning, team blogger COF2011 tasted 42 — yes, count them forty-two — bottlings of 2009 Tocai...


  • Hot Toddy

    It's cold season and this winter has been harsh. Having succumbed to the evil flu earlier this week, I decided to explore the aged old cure-all, the Hot...


  • France in the Cellar

    One of the joys of wine geekery is the selecting, buying, cellaring, and eventual consumption of wines. Establishing one’s cellar, and all that entails, is...


  • What is Hot in 2011?

    With January behind us, and everyone -- yours truly included -- making predictions about what’s hot and what’s not these days, it’s a good time to take...


  • What We've Been Reading

    This week, we're taking a back seat and letting you, our readers, navigate us around the online wine world. We love sharing what great sites we've found but,...


  • New Zealand Wines: Part 3

    If Chardonnay in New Zealand is surprising, Cabernet must be simply shocking. The success of Cabernet-based wines, once the domain of the cool-climate region...


  • Great New Zealand Cabernet

    There really are very few grapes that New Zealand is not well suited to. Actually I should say that New Zealand’s many terroirs seem to produce some spots...


  • Kentucky Apple Sour Jellies

    Jell-O shots are fun, but they don't taste like cocktails. This sophisticated take on the Jell-O shot, which like the Brits we're going to call a "jelly,"...


  • New Zealand Wines: Part 2

    It’s ironic that New Zealand’s fame has been built on the back of Sauvignon Blanc. In the wine world, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon tend to be...


  • 5 Top New Zealand Chardonnays

    New Zealand is well known as a producer of world-class Sauvignon Blanc, and the Pinot Noirs from regions such as Martinborough and Central Otago have claimed...


  • 10 Boozy Ways to Stay Warm

    By Marcia Simmons. This article originally appeared at Drink of the Week. I don't know where you are, but where I am it's damn cold! I dedicate this list of...


  • New Zealand: The Discovery of Fine Wine

    New Zealand has established itself as a wine-producing region, yet in too many people’s eyes is viewed as a one-trick pony. The incredible success of New...


  • New Zealand Wine Regions

    Marlborough and the Wairau Valley are home to the famed New Zealand style and, in many ways, the modern New Zealand wine industry itself. These regions are...


  • Top Stemware Tips

    Choosing glassware for your home can be a daunting task. There are so many types of glasses, shapes, sizes and just as many companies making them. It’s...


  • Chinese New Year Wine Pairings

    The Chinese are discovering wine. And just in time. We’ve always had a love affair with Chinese food here in NYC; after all, who else delivers at 3 in the...


  • The Auction Market for Wines

    For our e-mail newsletter today, we invited Dini Rao to share some tips about the auction market for wines. Dini is Vice President of Procurement for Lot18,...


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