Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Wine Intel

Here, four tips for getting on almost any somm’s good side.

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Sommeliers of the Year

Master sommelier Chris Tanghe, wine director of Aragona in Seattle, is one of F&W’s supertalented 2014 Sommeliers of the Year. Here, his top 10 places to drink wine in his city.

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Sommeliers of the Year

Hristo Zisovski, beverage director for New York’s Altamarea Group restaurants, is one of Food & Wine’s 2014 Sommeliers of the Year. Here are some of his favorite spots in NYC.

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Sommeliers of the Year

Patrick Cappiello changes the wine list at Pearl & Ash every day, depending on what he has available and what’s coming out of the kitchen. Here are his picks for what to get before someone else does.

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Sommeliers of the Year

It’s safe to say that Michael Muser is enthusiastic about and proud of every single bottle that graces the pages of his wine list—and can tell you everything about the place they’re from and the people who made them.

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Sommeliers of the Year

Eric Railsback of Les Marchands in Santa Barbara, California, is one of Food & Wine’s 2014 Sommeliers of the Year. Here, 10 top places for wine in his city.

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Sommeliers of the Year

Although Eric Railsback has access to superstar (and super pricey) bottles whenever he wants, he focuses on sourcing affordable bottles from exceptional producers in regions around the world (to go alongside all that Raveneau).

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Sommeliers of the Year

Ceri Smith of San Francisco’s Tosca Cafe is one of Food & Wine’s 2014 Sommeliers of the Year. Here, 10 top spots to drink wine in the Bay Area.

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Sommeliers of the Year

June Rodil’s list plays to the curious and adventuresome side of Austin’s dining community by offering by-the-glass wines made with unheard-of grapes and introducing the art of drinking from a porrón.

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Sommeliers of the Year

Hristo Zisovski balances his list with big-name bottles—such as those from Araujo, Gaja and Quintarelli—and impressive, affordable wines from producers that surprise even him with their quality. Here, his top picks from the Costata wine list.

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