Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Tasting Room

Bordeaux's La Cité du Vin, a cultural center dedicated to everything wine, is the new must-visit destination for any wine lover traveling through Europe.
 

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Wine Talk

Since 1980, French vineyards have been harvesting their grapes earlier and earlier on average, which has significant ramifications for the future of fine wine.

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News Feed

The founder of Alibaba has purchased Château de Sours.

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Tasting Room

If there’s one thing that people tend to assume about the wines of Bordeaux, it’s that they’re red. Fair enough: The region produces about 89 percent red wine. But the 8 percent or so of dry white wine (the other 3 percent is sweet) that trickles out of Bordeaux’s chateaus is well worth investigating. 

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Blogger Spotlight

Blogger Mimi Thorisson has transformed the beautiful villa where she lives with her family into an intimate cooking school and pop-up restaurant. Here, her story and seven recipes from her kitchen.

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Wine Intel

The 2012 Bordeaux vintage is a mixed bag, but there are some great wines to be found, particularly in Pomerol, St-Émilion and Pessac-Léognan—and even some surprising values.

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Wine Intel

It’s affordable, it’s approachable and you can drink it as soon as you buy it. Three sommeliers—and F&w’s Megan Krigbaum—set the record straight about how to buy Bordeaux now.

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Essential Drinking

Bordeaux drinkers know that the Margaux subregion is a special place.

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