Wines

With the warm summer months here, many people are entertaining outside or visiting friends, and Eric Goldstein, co-proprietor and marketing president at Park Avenue Liquor Shop in New York, offers...
Moët & Chandon , established in 1743 by the French wine merchant Claude Moët, has become one of the world’s largest producers of prestige Champagnes. The MCIII ($450), the Champagne house’s...
Vin de Tahiti breeds balance from nature’s extremes. In a world overrun with imitations and spin-offs, uniqueness remains a rare commodity. That phrase, however, aptly describes Vin de Tahiti, which...
The rumors are true: There is a bourbon shortage in America , which explains the lack of certain in-demand bottles—think Pappy Van Winkle , Four Roses Limited Edition Single Barrel , and W.L. Weller...
This is the second cigar blend offered by Schrader Cellars, after its 2010 Schrader Doco-Est MMIX...
Rare Birds Luck plays a part in any endeavor, whether commercial or creative, but making great wine especially depends upon the favors of fortune. Certainly nature smiled on Blackbird Vineyards and...
Michter’s has an odd and checkered history. The brand claims a heritage going back to 1753, but Michter’s as we know it today only dates back to the mid-1990s, when the dormant trademark was revived...
An unusual way to experience limited-production wines from Sonoma and Mendocino county vineyards...
Christie's Announces April Wine Sale and Old Liquors American Presidents Collection...
Dan Dunn has made a career out of drinking; he’s spent many years writing about booze and beer. But on the heels of an existential crisis, he realized he knew almost nothing about wine and was tired...
Clos Pegase winery's 2012 Hommage Series features label art from Simon Hantai...
The maison M. Chapoutier launches the 2015 vintage En Primeur campaign...
Already the Champagne of cosmopolitan addresses, Monte Carlo will have its innate effervescence enhanced with the launch of Dom Pérignon’s pop-up suite at Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo , now through...
Over the course of a reign spanning seven decades, Louis XIV influenced France more than any other leader save Napoleon. Born in 1638, he ascended to the throne at age 4 and maintained the position...
Resort at Paws Up hosts Cowgirl Spring Roundup women's weekend with National Cowgirl Museum…
A full two weeks ahead of last year, due to an exceptional year with its ideal winemaking conditions, Miraval opens the season for Provence Rosé 2015. With its delicate pale pink color and soft...
The exclusive Selanne Steak Tavern dinner will feature rare small-lot wine from Dana Estates in Napa Valley.
Winston Churchill once stated, “We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give”—a truism that suggests those who participated in the 2016 Naples Winter Wine Festival in Naples, Fla...
Hot air balloon rides above the Namib Desert, gorgeous views of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, and game drives in South Africa are just a few of the activities planned for Soul of Africa Travel’s...
The Meritage Resort and Spa will host the third annual Masters and Makers @ Meritage...
Brewery Gulch Inn and Mendocino’s Old Gold Jewelry team up to help you express your love...
Originally published in the December issue of Robb Report Collection as “ Going Native ” When Kelli A. White arrived in Napa Valley in 2010, fresh from a stint at Veritas restaurant in New York City...
SOMM: Into the Bottle, will offer viewers a never-before-seen look into the world of wine.
Whether to simply toast the new year or to wish embarking loved ones un bon voyage , a ready supply of fine Champagne is particularly de rigueur during this busy season; and no bottle of bubbly...
Charles Heidsieck—the intrepid founder of Champagne Charles Heidsieck—cultivated the U.S. market for bubbly in the 1800s on four long, revel-filled trips during which he garnered the nickname...
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, and Champagne will touch most of your lips at some point to celebrate the arrival of 2016. Although there are over 10,000 brands of Champagne, the following...
Originally published in the November/December issue of Host’s Guide as “ Dessert Wines ” R.A. Harrison Family Cellars 2009 Nobility While at Beringer Vineyards, Roger Harrison honored the legacy of...
Originally published in the November/December issue of Host’s Guide as “ Where Are They Now ” A seasoned wine expert pulls out his old notebooks and delves deeply into his vinous past, revisiting old...
Originally published in the November/December issue of Host’s Guide as “ Reds ” Chester’s Anvil 2012 Hattori Hanzo Red Blend Aaron Pott, one of Napa’s most learned and sought-after winemakers,...
Originally published in the November/December issue of Host’s Guide as “ Whites & Rosés ” Richard G. Peterson 2005 Brut Rosé An American innovator, inventor, and icon of the wine industry since...

Pages