Hristo Zisovski, from Costata in New York City, is one of F&W's 2014 Sommeliers of the Year. Here, 5 bottles that have defined his wine life.
Having spent most of his career focusing on wines from Burgundy, France, Chris Tanghe has had to delve into a whole new world of Spanish wines for his list at Aragona
Patrick Cappiello, wine director at New York’s Pearl & Ash, is one of F&W’s amazing 2014 Sommeliers of the Year. Here, his top 10 places to drink wine in NYC.
At Tosca Café in San Francisco, Ceri Smith's list is a combination of old bottles from serious Italian producers, like Felsina and Giuseppe Mascarello, to new bottles in straw fiascos from serious Italian producers.
June Rodil of Austin’s Qui is one of Food & Wine’s amazing 2014 Sommeliers of the Year. Here, her favorite wine spots in her city.
Eric Railsback, from Les Marchands in Santa Barbara, CA, is one of F&W's 2014 Sommeliers of the Year. Here, he names 5 key bottles that have defined his career.
We're thrilled to reveal the 2014 Sommeliers of the Year. Here, a look at why they won.
"Right now I'm looking to the Loire Valley, the northern Rhône and Sicily," says Patrick Cappiello, sommelier at New York's Pearl & Ash. Here, he names 7 geeky-brilliant wines under $30 to seek out.
At New York City's Pearl & Ash, wine director and managing partner Patrick Cappiello can often be seen whacking the tops off Champagne bottles with a saber. He also oversees a cellar full of extraordinary values.
You know the rest of that line, right? Well, it's with some small amount of sadness that I am saying that about this blog: It must come to an end. I've had a terrific time writing it, but we've decided that in the end it's a bit strange, for a magazine that's all about bringing together food and wine, to have separate blogs on those topics.
So, from here on out, any wine blogging that I (and Megan Krigbaum, Kristin Donnelly, and various other stalwart folks) do will instead appear in F&W's primary blog, Mouthing Off. No less wine coverage, just a different venue. See you there.