• Exploring Virginia Wine Country

    Virginia, the fifth largest wine-producing state in the U.S., now has more than 193 wineries in production and 22 wine trails to explore. And what better...


  • Bordeaux Prices

    A look at the price relative bottles of Bordeaux fetch these days, and what else you might get for that money!


  • Virginia is for Wine Lovers

    As a native of the great state of Virginia, I was extremely proud to see my home state's burgeoning wine industry and hospitality highlighted as host of the...


  • Sunsational Santorini

    Is there anything normal about the wines of Santorini? Don’t count on it. This black crescent of an island set against the blue Aegean and dotted with...


  • Todd Trzaskos Takes on Vermont

    While I can fantasize for hours about the travel itineraries of places I have only read about, tasted of in 750ml time-space capsules, and SO wish to visit,...


  • Summer Whitford's Burgundy

    There is an old French proverb that says, “In water one sees one's own face; but in wine one beholds the heart of another.” Maybe that’s why so many...


  • Janelle Carter's Napa Adventure

    Even in the off season when the vines are dormant and there isn’t a grape in sight, Napa is like a wine wonderland. It is a wonderful place where everyone...


  • Anna Bennett's New York State of Mind

    We have a bottle of Schloss-Johannisberg on the counter in the kitchen, waiting for a special occasion. We’ll often sit at the table and discuss France...


  • My Favorite Wine Itinerary: 2 Days in North Sonoma

    As a wine writer and reviewer I have visited numerous domestic and international wine regions, and love many varieties and styles of wine. Home is where the...


  • Shannon Jones's visit to Puglia

    A visit to Italy's largest wine producing region and the 'heel of the boot,' Puglia, is a new discovery for any wine lover! Puglia wine dates back to...


  • Destination: Bordeaux

    The world is full of wine these days – across America and in countries you’d least expect, like Mexico, India, and even Thailand. Despite the endless...


  • A Day in Bordeaux: A Wine and Food Lover's Dream Trip

    At some point in every wine lovers journey, she becomes curious about some of the most famous and revered wines on the planet, Bordeaux. Even for those who...


  • Destination Richland Wine Tasting - My Favorite Itinerary

    Richland is often thought of as a “pit stop” for those going to or returning from wine tasting in Walla Walla, Washington. I want to show that Richland...


  • British Columbia

    Are you yearning for long hot daylight hours to make the most of your tan and to extend your summer fun? Wishing for a scenic and serene getaway close to...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


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