Editors note: We are deeply saddened that California fires have damaged many vineyards. The Kendall-Jackson winery family home was destroyed in the Kincade Fire in October. Our hearts go out to everyone affected. Sonoma, California isn’t known for its nightlife scene—in fact, locals have dubbed it ‘Slo-noma’ due to the fact that many bars and... Read More
“It’s funny, I think that if you’re a wine geek and a wine collector, you have a kind of collector gene,” says Bobby Stuckey, proprietor of the forthcoming Denver wine bar Sunday Vinyl. “That mentality comes out with music, too. The people who love to seek out special wines also seek out special records.” Stuckey... Read More
There’s no reason to be intimidated by pairing wines with vegan meals, because the same general guidelines apply: fat, acidity, body, sweetness, tartness and flavor are all components of a dish that influence making the best match.
We’ve all seen the quote, “Well-behaved women seldom make history,” plastered on car bumpers and T-shirts. It was originally part of an article lamenting the fact that so many women are historically overlooked, however, its modern interpretation is that women who live boldly become unforgettable. The women who stormed the Sazerac Bar in 1949 demanding... Read More
Meet Ashley Hausman, one of a handful of women in the world that have earned the prestigious title Master of Wine.
A decade ago, wine experts like Jancis Robinson said that the quality of Slovenian wines was hit or miss, but in the years since, the country has set off on a pathway to being one of the world’s most exciting wine regions. Slovenia is a relatively young country, politically speaking — it only just gained... Read More
Whether the most romantic holiday of the year gives you butterflies or if you think it’s a corny Hallmark holiday —here's what to drink this V-Day.
In Tupelo, Mississippi, Queen's Reward is making the ancient drink mead new and fun again. Their tasting room is a place where everyone can relax.
Run through renowned vineyards that have been around for centuries or in an underground wine cellar with seventy-five miles of passageways.