Reflections on cooking an all-local Thanksgiving dinner
Pour a wine to honor its birthright. Pour it with food.
Wine is local, a lens of culture: this place, this vineyard, this grape, this grower, this heritage.
Old love needs a Bacchus wine, not a Cupid wine.
Pinot Noir is a tuning fork for terroir. Here’s one way to think about that.
This new series explores linkages of temperament and character, and suggests a new way of writing about wine.
A rumination on Pinot Noir, Nebbiolo, and what we learn by tasting.
Eleven stand-out American Pinot Noirs, wines whose fine details and ruby-citrus acidity make them brilliant dining companions.
When I judge a wine critically, I ask myself the usual questions about its color, aromas, flavors, textures, finish. But I also probe…
Wine is visceral, sensual, sensorial. When you begin a story about wine, you must switch on your reader.
Should a wine label display the ingredients used in winemaking? A seasoned wine writer and marketer—and avid wine consumer—considers the issues.
Julia Child would have been 100 years old today. She hasn’t been gone long; she died only in 2004, two days before her 92nd…