We chatted with Aldo Sohm, who was named best sommelier in the world in 2008, about his wine program at New York’s legendary restaurant Le Bernardin and his diverse team.
Jordan Salcito is a veteran sommelier with a decade spent in the dining rooms of James Beard and World’s 50 Best recognized Eleven Madison Park and Momofuku. Salcito is the founder of organic Italian grapefruit wine spritzer Ramona and also Bellus Wines.
We chatted with James Beard Award-winning sommelier Bobby Stuckey about the future of the position and why so many of his colleagues are retiring early.
The repercussions of the Napa earthquake may go beyond toppled barrel rooms and a disrupted tourist season. It may also affect the style and taste of the smaller winemakers' product.
Most ciders have gotten a bad rap as being too sweet and fruity. But that’s starting to change. Case in point—a Normandy estate that is making cider that rivals the area's fine wine.
She usually had a glass at 11 a.m., and—along with a Bible and Roget’s Thesaurus—sherry was a vital writing accessory of Maya Angelou’s.
Don’t dismiss the pink stuff because of its bad old days. How to find the best quality for your sunny-day pleasure.
The Burgundy winegrowers are on a mission, one that’s lasted seven years: to become an official World Heritage Site. They have the history, the culture, and some damn fine wine.
The Mosel region once produced some of Europe’s premier wine. But vine disease, war, and bad laws changed all that. Now a new crop of vintners is trying to bring the area back.
One wine aficionado had given up on finding an ale she actually liked. And then she tasted the Fritz Briem Berliner Weisse 1809, and everything changed.
It's no longer just men shaping America’s vinous landscape. A talk with three women on the leading edge of our wine culture.