Popular downtown eatery kicks off three-part wine series
Warm wines for cold weather.
Plus vintage thoughts for 2018
If you’ve forsworn Big Macs, Walmart and Budweiser, why not put your money into a different kind of wine and put that wine where your mouth is?
California regroups in the aftermath of the fires.
If you’re wondering about the mark of a truly fine wine, I believe the “feel” of the wine must make me take pause.
When it comes to wine, people are more willing to take a chance and search for hidden treasures.
One of the most interesting trends in modern wine-drinking culture is the growing interest in lower-alcohol wines.
"Which is better: screw cap or cork?" someone recently asked me. Immediately I knew what was on the line. My entire job revolves around opening wine; I have probably opened thousands of bottles for strangers, friends and customers.
Pairing wine and food is a special kind of magic. There are some pairings that are so natural they seem true in all situations: chevre and Sancerre, or foie gras with Sauternes, for example.