Monthly Archives: November 2019

  1. How To Tour English Wineries

    How To Tour English Wineries

    Andrew Chalk visits English wineries with stops at Chapel Down, Hush Heath Estate, and Woodchurch.
  2. Wine Pioneer Steve Edmunds On Making Joyous Wines That Grab You

    Wine Pioneer Steve Edmunds On Making Joyous Wines That Grab You

    "Cru Beaujolais ... just the smell of that wine would make me feel so happy ... jolly right down to my bones and that was the source of the play on Beaujolais, the Bone-Jolly thing" -Steve Edmunds on how he came up with the name for his gamay-based wine.
  3. Michelin Takes Over Robert Parker Wine Advocate

    Michelin Takes Over Robert Parker Wine Advocate

    Two icons of food and wine have joined forces to bring the best coverage of both to a global audience.
  4. Giving Thanks: Pioneering Newton Works to Be Relevant Again; Older Wines Lead the Way Forward, Also to Your Thanksgiving Table

    Giving Thanks: Pioneering Newton Works to Be Relevant Again; Older Wines Lead the Way Forward, Also to Your Thanksgiving Table

    "...we were at Per Se to hear the Newton folks talk about how they are recommitted to elegant wines that express a sense of place. They talked passionately about preserving the past while moving forward, in concert with nature, as the Newtons had stressed."
  5. Georgian Wine Series Part 2: Inventor of Wine

    Georgian Wine Series Part 2: Inventor of Wine

    Georgia’s increasing presence on the global stage can largely be attributed to the fact that it boasts the title of Inventor of Wine. Georgia received a record number of 8.7 million international visitors in 2018, of which nearly 5 million were tourists.
  6. Warren Winiarski receives the Smithsonian’s James Smithson Bicentennial Medal

    Warren Winiarski receives the Smithsonian’s James Smithson Bicentennial Medal

    Warren Winiarski, whose the 1973 Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon bested famous French reds in the 1976 Judgment of Paris, has become the first winemaker to receive the Smithsonian’s James Smithson Bicentennial Medal.
  7. The Story Behind Volage, a New Grower Crémant de Loire Rosé

    The Story Behind Volage, a New Grower Crémant de Loire Rosé

    "The idea is always to be a grower of crémant, because everybody knows about Champagne, and nobody ever talks about growers of crémant, and this is what I am doing." - François-Xavier Chaillou
  8. Exploring Hungarian Wine with Matt Horkey and Charine Tan

    Exploring Hungarian Wine with Matt Horkey and Charine Tan

    Matt Horkey and Charine Tan of Exotic Wine Travel discuss their latest book on Hungarian wine.
  9. Eve's Cidery and the American Cider Renaissance

    Eve's Cidery and the American Cider Renaissance

    "I think balance makes a great cider. Probably a lack of too many flaws. Too much sweetness. And I think a depth, where you are kind of intrigued by just like wine, the different flavors kind of, as they reveal not appliness but other things." Ezra Sherman
  10. Ten Reasons Domäne Wachau Is Austria’s “Nummer Eins”

    Ten Reasons Domäne Wachau Is Austria’s “Nummer Eins”

    Virtuosic terroir expression, impressive longevity, opulence without excess — all from a co-op.
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