U.s. Wineries Cautiously Begin Reopening Phase

As several states schedule a May end to their COVID-19 shutdowns, local vintners predict a gradual transition rather than a grand opening


Post Malone Announces Next Summer Hit: His New Rosé

The Grammy-nominated hip-hop star has partnered with a Provence hitmaker on his new label, Maison No. 9. Here's how it came together, in Wine Spectator's Unfiltered.


Napa & Sonoma: Planning A Visit

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Staying Home: Essential Wine And Food Viewing, Part 2

Need new diversions? Wine Spectator editors share more favorite movies and TV shows for sheltering in place: childhood favorites, wine-genre classics, comedies (romantic and raunchy), comforting celeb

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End Of An Era At Domaine Carneros

Trailblazing California winemaker Eileen Crane is retiring after 42 years in the business. Wine Spectator senior editor Tim Fish chats with her about her long career in sparkling wine.


Good Vibrations: Washington Winery Tries Barrel Aging Under Passing Trains

An urban winery in Spokane, Wash., Barrister Winery, has found surprising benefits to its Cabernet getting run over by thousands of trains. In Wine Spectator's Unfiltered.


Essential Wine Books To Read While Staying Home

To boost your wine knowledge, Wine Spectator editors share their favorite memoirs, explainers, histories and reference books from over the years?from how to taste and what foods to pair to dramatic fa


Adeena Sussman’s Passover-friendly Braised Short Ribs With Roasted Kohlrabi Mash

Adeena Sussman, author of the cookbook Sababa, shares make-ahead recipes for Israeli-spiced short ribs and a vegetable mash for Passover entertaining. Wine Spectator pairs the meal with red wines from

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Spotlight On: Newton Vineyard

Napa wine pioneer Peter Newton founded his namesake estate 40 years ago. We talked to Newton Vineyard general manager Jean-Baptiste Rivail and winemaker Alberto Bianchi about working with mountain and


Moderate Wine Consumption Could Help You Live Past 90

Celebrating your 90th birthday is an impressive feat, and a team of researchers from Maastricht University Medical Centre in the Netherlands has found a potential secret weapon for reaching that milestone. Their study found that men and women who enjoyed an average of one alcoholic beverage per day had a higher probability of reaching age 90 than abstainers and heavy drinkers.

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