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  • An Interview with Joe Campanale

    Find out what "real nice guy" Joe Campanale of Anfora, L’Artusi and dell' Anima has to say about favorite producers, fame, influences and even social...


  • An Intimate Evening with Numanthia

    I’ve written about Numanthia before. This iconic Spanish red is truly a testament to its region, Toro, and to the incredible resource of old vine Tinta da...


  • SEO, More Good Juice

    Over the past few weeks, our CTO, Mark Angellilo has continued to post installments in our SEO Guide for Wineries. Even if you are not a winery but share in...


  • Etty Lewensztain on Wine

    Etty Lewensztain is not only the proprietor of Beverly Hills Plonk Wine Merchants, but has also recently been voted one of the "30 under 30" movers and...


  • Hyperdecanted

    Earlier this year, Nathan Myhrvold's guide to molecular gastronomy "Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking" was released with much fanfare. Of...


  • 8 Funky New Ways to Package Wine

    You may think you're going to your local wine shop to grab a bottle, but chances are, you might actually end up coming home instead with a box, pouch, or...


  • Sunset Western Wine Awards Nominees

    At this year's Savor the Central Coast four day wine experience, Sunset Magazine, the voice of the west, will announce the winners of this year's Sunset...


  • A Look at Green Winemaking

    Would you like some steroids with that burger? No you say? But what about with that wine? Could there be something horrific in your bottle? Think that asking...


  • A Spotlight on Natural Wine

    If you're more than a casual wine drinker, if you follow wine the way bookies follow horses and TMZ follows starlets, then you're familiar with the Natural...


  • Connecting Global Voices on Food and Wine

    I love having the opportunity to come to you each day with my thoughts and opinions. The new media that has made this possible is a great vehicle for...


  • It's Five O'Clock Somewhere

    Toss the keys on the counter, throw your bag in a chair and get ready to wind down from your day. Few things can bring your day to a close like a gorgeous...


  • The History of Musicians' Riders Part II

    A few weeks ago, we brought you The History of Musicians' Riders - The Early Years, tracking the wine requests of classic celebrities, like Frank Sinatra and...


  • What to Drink Now

    Spicy red wines are as varied as the spices you might find in them, though they theoretically share spiciness. What that spiciness is, black pepper, white...


  • What to Drink Next

    So over the past few weeks, I’ve put together some ideas for what to drink next. Just to repeat, these are only suggestions. You might be shocked to hear...


  • Time to Listen

    Jamie Goode has been adding to the level of discourse on the Internet for years. In fact, since 2001, he has been publishing his thoughts online....


  • French Pinot Grigio

    Pinot Gris has historically been an important grape in Alsace, generally the third most widely planted after Riesling and Gewurtztraminer. Through most of...


  • What to Drink Now

    I originally began this series with a slideshow about light crisp wines, mostly because they were on my mind (being summer and all), but it also made a lot...


  • Road Trip to the Finger Lakes

    Drive four hours north and west of Manhattan and you’ll find yourself in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. Named so because from the air or on a...


  • All About Riesling

    The only thing I know about Riesling: how delicious it tastes on a hot summer day. No other wine, for me, quenches thirst as well after a hot day spent...


  • Italian Pinot Grigio

    Italy is considered to be the cradle of modern day Pinot Grigio, even if Alsace may claim a longer patrimony with the grape. In fact it’s not all that...


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