We’re of the opinion that any time is the right time for some bubbly. Yet, the typical American consumer tends to rely on holidays and specific celebrations to consider drinking...Read More
Rosé is officially in season, and the many great flushed rosés of California, France, Italy, and Spain start showing up on the shelves of great wine shops across the U.S....Read More
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This is the time of year when grape growers make rooted cuttings from their vineyards.Read More
Last night, I attended an extraordinary wine dinner at Maialino in Manhattan honoring the writer Kerin O’Keefe for the publication of her new book on Barolo and Barbaresco (UC Press). A...Read More
As the leaves turn brown and the snow begins to melt, you might be looking for some springtime events to shake off your cabin fever for good. It’s been a...Read More
With dazzling range of shapes, sizes, and styles, pasta is a classic dish that can be traced back to the Middle Ages in Italy. Italians are particular about how pasta...Read More