"In the 1970s, sommeliers at many fine restaurants were White French men, or at least White males who pretended to be French. With tastevins around their necks, their job was to make customers feel stupid, spend more than they planned and drink French wine."
- New York is widely known as the City that Never Sleeps because of its nightlife. For many, a big part of that nightlife is New York's amazing food scene. Standing at the top of any list of New York's best are Per Se and Eleven Madison Park.
- In honor of Michelin’s newest guidebook, Grape Collective takes a look at the wines served by-the-glass at the six restaurants that received the hallowed 3-star rating.