Friday, July 21, 2017


Caesar salad with a Godello based Spanish white

A lot of the time when we’re eating out we’re not matching dishes exactly - we simply buy a bottle we like the sound of and hope it will cope with everything we throw at it.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

11 West Coast Rosés To Help You Beat the Heat

From California up the coast to Oregon and Washington, here are 11 bottles showcasing the diversity of American wine regions producing outstanding rosé.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

7 Ways to Have a Champagne-Soaked New Year's Eve

Instead of simply sipping Champagne with dinner, include the fizzy wine in the meal itself. Here, the best reasons to stock up on a few extra bottles this New Year’s Eve and cook up one amazing Champagne-drenched meal.

Friday, July 14, 2017

Historic Winemaking Regions

Some of the oldest vineyards in the world are from Israel, Georgia and Turkey. Take a look at some wines you may have missed from these historic regions.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Ask a Sommelier: Should We Order the Cheapest Wine on Your List?


There's an old saying that warns you never to order the cheapest bottle on a restaurant's wine list. These days, though, wine directors know they're being judged on whatever you end up ordering. So we were curious: how do they choose the cheapest bottle on the list? Is it a personal favorite or a bottle designed to please the masses?