The Sommeliers’ Case

The Sommeliers’ Case

Recognized as two of the nation’s brightest young sommeliers, Andrey Ivanov and Maximilian Kast are […]

Ontario: Sailing Far Beyond Icewine

Canadians have made wine since the Vikings sailed the seas. While icewine—imported from Austria by […]

Toasting Tulsa

Zoom in on a smaller city like Tulsa, and you find cooperation, support, and mutual […]

Profile: Liz Mendez Taking The Grit With The Glamour

In July of 2015, sommelier Liz Mendez, along with her chef/husband Mark were sitting in […]

Madeira: Isle of Woods

Humid and subtropical Madeira, jutting skyward off the African coastline, crowns a massive underwater volcano, […]

Reclaiming the Pilsner

The Pilsner has been making a comeback for at least the last five years. American […]

When the Old World Meets the New: Turkish Wines

There is no other country more deserving of a fine wine culture than Turkey. Food […]

College Cellars of Walla Walla

College Cellars of Walla Walla is a bonded winery within the Walla Walla Community College […]

English Sparkling Wine Comes of Age

The announcement late last year that Champagne Taittinger had bought a substantial parcel of land […]

When The Sommelier Really Prefers You Drink Burgundy

Restaurateurs’ rigid adherence to the philosophy that, “The customer is always right” has softened over […]