So we’re home alone during global pandemic. What wines do we reach for?
“Toward a New Lexicon for American Wine” takes first place in the 2018 Born Digital Wine Awards
Veteran wine writer Fredric Koeppel considers why wine writing matters
Without the farmer there would be no farm. There would be no food. And, to our focus today: Without the farmer, there would be no wine.
Arguments and revelations, courtesy of Müller-Catoir’s luminous Rieslings.
We need a shared language to describe not just where, but how a wine was made
Evaluating a young red wine is an exercise in prognostication: Is the wine worthy? Also: Is the exercise worthy?
This award-winning publication gets a fresh name, plus an expanded scope and mission
Exploring vital grapes with big personalities—if tiny footprints
I wrote about Hermann J. Wiemer’s Magdalena Riesling for the magazine’s 98th issue
These wines are characterized by vitality, focus, and balance
Three small ideas (that are easier said than done)