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  • Eric Guido's Pasta Alla Norma

    It’s strange as I sit here in the same backyard that I grew up in. I feel like that’s not typical these days. People growing up in a house, in a...


  • Pairing Sparkling Wine

    I never gave sparkling wine a fair shake (no pun intended). Like most people, my first exposures to sparkling wines were New Year’s Eve parties as a kid....


  • Pairing Pinot Noir

    Pinot Noir has become a serious contender in the world of fine wine. There was a time when the name Pinot Noir was an obscurity amongst the average wine...


  • Spain and Portugal Wine Pairings

    It’s funny how people like to stay within their comfort zones. When most of us get into wine, it’s usually a question of French or Italian. As we explore...


  • Pairing Merlot

    Thinking back, I can remember a time when Merlot was all the craze. It was widely popular and one of the most planted varieties around the world. Now, I find...


  • Pairing Northern Italian Reds

    Northern Italy presents the foodie with an arsenal of food-friendly wines made in a multitude of styles. As you look at each region of Northern Italy, you...


  • Pairing Pinot Gris

    The Pinot grape is something of a chameleon and not just because of the variety of colors it can be found in. Pinot Gris, a mutation of the Pinot Noir...


  • Pairing Zinfandel

    It’s the dog days of summer. During these times I find myself most often at the grill. Whether it’s a weeknight, weekend or holiday, the grill is where I...


  • Pairing Riesling

    I find it funny that Riesling is always hailed as one of the greatest (if the not the greatest) white wine varieties and yet so few people have it in their...


  • Pairing Rose

    The wine world is suddenly catching on; there’s nothing wrong with drinking rosé. In my time, I’ve heard people talk down rosé more than any other...


  • Pairing Sauvignon Blanc

    Spring is here with summer around the corner, and although I will miss the big, structured red wines that I love so much, this time of year has me longing...


  • Pairing with Grenache

    I often think of Grenache as an easy pleaser. If I’m on the way out the door to go to a party or need to pull that bottle for a friend who has asked for...


  • Pairing Meritage and Bordeaux Style Wines

    For many people, wine appreciation, collecting and drinking begins and ends with Bordeaux. You may not even realize it, but it is primarily two grapes that...


  • Slow Wine Tasting Event in NYC

    The news that Slow Food was separating from Gambero Rosso had been a question mark in the minds of many Gambero Rosso readers, until now. With the release of...


  • Pairing White Rhone Wines with Food

    When most people think of the Northern Rhone, they don't think of white wine. It's really no surprise that Viognier (one of the principal white grapes of the...


  • 2007 Brunello

    When word of the Italian Wine Masters tasting hit my inbox, I was quick to hit the reply button. In the years I’ve been writing and attending tastings, I...


  • Sangiovese Food and Wine Pairings

    Sangiovese is easily one of my favorite wines to pair with food. It’s versatile, with many different interpretations that open up numerous opportunities...


  • Pairing Syrah from Around the World

    Whether it is classic reds from the Northern-Rhone, rich and powerful Aussie Shiraz or the dark and sultry Californian expression of the Rhone Rangers, Syrah...


  • Masi Amarone and Risotto

    I was recently on vacation with my wife. Together we sat under the stars, a small fire pit going in front of us and a glass of Amarone in hand. It was a...


  • Older Vintage Wine and Cellaring

    I’m often asked, “Why should I cellar wine?” Now, we’re not talking about a well-stocked shelf of bottles to pull from or a Eurocave filled with your...


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