Megan J. Stocker Headley

Megan J. Stocker Headley

Megan J. Stocker Headley

Megan Stocker Headley ate and drank her way through the food and wine worlds of New York, San Francisco, and Florence, Italy before being lured by the slower-paced charms of Charlottesville, Virginia, where she worked as an accidental restaurateur (twice), the food and wine editor for an alternative weekly, a local editor for Zagat, and an easy target for bees during harvest. Now she's back in Brooklyn, but this time with her insatiable daughter pulling up a chair too.

  1. Virginia’s Wine Renaissance

    Virginia’s Wine Renaissance

    Virginia may have the nation’s longest wine history, but its rise to becoming our fifth-largest producer is a fairly recent tale.
  2. Discover French Whites from Red Wine Regions

    Discover French Whites from Red Wine Regions

    While it’s the red wines of France’s Bordeaux, Beaujolais, and Rhône Valley that command the spotlight, the winsome whites standing in their long shadows deserve a little table time.
  3. The Sacrament of Sagrantino

    The Sacrament of Sagrantino

    Learn to love an Italian dark horse wine.
  4. The Incomparable Whites of Campania

    The Incomparable Whites of Campania

    Get involved with food-friendly whites from Italy's verdant Campania region.
  5. California Viognier's Seductions

    California Viognier's Seductions

    California Viognier can bridge the chasm between Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc loyalists.
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