Nothing quite sparks up the party spirit like Champagne. The fizz, the pop, the sheer weight of the dark, heavy bottle: it all signifies celebration
Through her wine program at Cooper’s Hawk, and as chair of the board of the Court of Master Sommeliers, Americas, Emily Wines is making it her mission to bring diversity, inclusivity and excitement to the world of wine
His cutting-edge podcast is a departure from traditional wine industry culture, but MJ Towler is boldly thrusting forward. VOICES sits down with the renegade host for an in-depth perspective
From the northern slopes of Mount Etna, on the foothills of Castiglione di Sicilia, Tornatore creates wines using native varieties for a clear expression of terroir. Nargess Banks visits the Sicilian winery
Committed in her convictions about quality wine from healthy vineyards, Barbara Widmer, the owner and winemaker of the Tuscan winery Brancaia, tackles big environmental challenges one technique and one vine at a time.
With the focus at the Central Coast of California winery firmly on producing small quantities, the 2020 vintage released two reds and a rosé. The winemaker shares his personal notes and pairings on the wines
Listening intently to the land, fastidious soil mapping and a scholarly approach to viticulture, has earned the oldest Montalcino winery’s Brunello, red wine of the year. Nargess Banks visits the Tuscan estate to learn more