Polished yet food-friendly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Carneros.
Davis Bynum’s Jane’s Vineyard Pinot Noirs are blithe and luminous—and offer a delicious lesson in the effect of clonal selection.
These Oregon Pinot Noirs are ripe with voluptuous acidity, shimmery minerals, and a forest-earthiness that keeps the fruit in perspective.
Substantial white wines do belong on the winter table.
A great wine has an element of surprise, has found new ways to leave its imprint on you. Here are three.
A rumination on Pinot Noir, Nebbiolo, and what we learn by tasting.
Wines of the Week, a study in acid: From Ridge, Wente, Matua, and Erath wineries
A weekly roundup of wines worth sharing—from Santa Lucia Highlands, Arroyo Seco, Sonoma Coast, Russian River, and Napa Valley
A weekly roundup of wines worth sharing—from Montalcino, Chianti Rùfina, Carneros, Lodi, and Livermore Valley
Wines from Törley, one of Hungaria’s oldest sparkling wineries, deliver refreshment, interestingness, and great value.
A weekly roundup of wines worth sharing—from Rioja, Chianti Classico, Chianti Rùfina, Loire, and Dry Creek Valley
A weekly roundup of wines worth sharing.