Peter Zusman

Peter Zusman

Peter Zusman

Peter "Blue" Zusman is an artist and wine & spirits enthusiast living in Manhattan's Lower East Side. He places equal importance to both a finely-aged single malt, as well as a medium bodied, earthy red. Examples of his artwork can be seen on Instagram/@pzblue.

  1. Forget Rosé, How About A Glass Of Verdejo Instead

    Forget Rosé, How About A Glass Of Verdejo Instead

    Summer is not gone just yet. And the proof is the amount of rosé that is still flying off the shelves. But what if you are tired of the pink stuff, and you are hankering for another option. Well how about...
  2. Wine In Cinema/Cinema In Wine

    Wine In Cinema/Cinema In Wine

    Wine and cinema have gone together since the beginning of...
  3. Maynard James Keenan: You Might Know Him As The Front Man For '90s Rockers Tool, But We Know Him As The Founder Of Arizona's Caduceus Cellars

    Maynard James Keenan: You Might Know Him As The Front Man For '90s Rockers Tool, But We Know Him As The Founder Of Arizona's Caduceus Cellars

    Hard to believe that to some, the '90s are already considered retro, vintage, and/or insert whatever nostalgic reference you like. Peter Zusman on rockers who make wine.
  4. Could Molise Be Italy's Most Obscure Wine Region?

    Could Molise Be Italy's Most Obscure Wine Region?

    When you think of Italian wine regions, chances are Molise is probably not the first one that comes to mind.
  5. Tannat: Not Just Uruguay's National Grape

    Tannat: Not Just Uruguay's National Grape

    In the spectrum of red wine grape varietals, not only is Tannat rarely even considered, but outside the minds and palates of wine aficionados the world over, it probably is not even known...
  6. Momma, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Wine Reps

    Momma, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Wine Reps

    C’mon, we’ve all seen them out on the street—the ladies and gentlemen with their roller bags and printouts of their portfolios culled from Sevenfifty.com going from shop to shop, restaurant to restaurant, and bar to bar.
  7. A Continued Refresher: Eric Asimov's New York Times Wine School (Part II of II)

    A Continued Refresher: Eric Asimov's New York Times Wine School (Part II of II)

    Recently, we thought it would be good to revisit the archives of Eric Asimov's wonderful "Wine School" column that he writes for the New York Times, and assemble some of the wines that he profiled which particularly spoke to us in one easy to find place.
  8. A Refresher: Eric Asimov's New York Times Wine School

    A Refresher: Eric Asimov's New York Times Wine School

    If you are a wine enthusiast to any degree, and just so happen to also be a reader of the New York Times, then chances are you're probably more than familiar with Eric Asimov’s wonderful monthly column, “Wine School,”...
  9. Le Domaine du Bagnol and the Emergence of Cassis

    Le Domaine du Bagnol and the Emergence of Cassis

    Cassis is one of the emerging wine regions in Southern France. Sébastien Genovesi, winemaker at Le Domaine du Bagnol, talks about the rich history of wine in Cassis and the terroir of the region.
  10. The Languedoc: Land of Sunshine, Wine and Golf

    The Languedoc: Land of Sunshine, Wine and Golf

    With over 300 days of sunshine each year, the Languedoc is home to an abundance of grape varieties and world-class golf courses.
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