On The Job: How Ray Gumpert Helps Emeril Work His Magic


Emeril Lagasse is perhaps the most recognizable living chef in America and the face of Cajun and Creole cuisine to many; the pressure to maintain the highest caliber of food and wine at his crown jewe

 

Wine Wanderlust Guide: March 2018


Wine Spectator's monthly guide shares what's happening in the world of wine travel. As spring approaches, look for film festivals and food events in California, a luxurious dinner in Colorado, the Whi

 
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Archie Mclaren, Wine Lover And Founder Of Central Coast Wine Classic, Dies At 75


Archie McLaren, a charismatic, tireless wine lover known for founding the Central Coast Wine Classic and hosting radio and TV segments on wine, died Feb. 20, from complications due to bone cancer. He

 

New Research Explores Alcohol Consumption And Cancer


Alcohol and cancer have a complicated relationship. While medical organizations have concluded that alcohol consumption is a risk factor for some forms of cancer, it isn't clear exactly why. A new stu

 

Wine Talk: Sara Watkins, Fiddling With Wine


Sara Watkins, just 36, has already carved out a notable decades-long music career. She became one-third of progressive bluegrass band Nickel Creek in 1989, playing fiddle along with her brother Sean,

 

A Beginner’s Guide To Wine Expertise


Wine Spectator contributing editor Matt Kramer offers advice for tasting wine, talking about wine, and ordering off a restaurant wine list.

 

Unfiltered: Olympic Skater Adam Rippon Plans To Twist On Ice, Twist Off Wine


Adam Rippon, star Olympic figure skater, plans to celebrate with Sauvignon Blanc. His winery of choice?Oyster Bay?told us they're cheering him on. Also in Wine Spectator's Unfiltered, wine workouts fo

 

Customers Ripped Off By Wine Store Now Being Sued


Dozens of customers of Premier Cru, the wine store that conducted a Ponzi scheme, are being sued by a bankruptcy trustee because they received partial refunds

 
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Your Love Life May Affect Your Taste In Wine


It's not uncommon for a wine lover's tastes to change. Discoveries of new regions and changing trends can explain why the wines that you once preferred may be totally different from the ones you enjoy

 

Buried Bubbly Could Be Buried Treasure


More than a century after a cave-in buried 125,000 cases of Pol Roger Champagne, the current owners have unearthed 19 bottles of the lost wines, and hope to uncover more.

 
 
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