Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

RSS
Tasting Room

Don't stop drinking Champagne just because New Year's has come and gone.

READ MORE
Tasting Room

If your favorite Star Wars characters were wines, here's what they would be.

READ MORE
Tasting Room

The holidays are here, parties are abundant, and wine is necessary. With that in mind, here are executive wine editor Ray Isle's top 10 wine values of 2015.

READ MORE
Tasting Room

The recent eruption of Mount Etna shot plumes of fiery lava high into the sky. But what happens if you are a winemaker on the volcano's slopes?

READ MORE
Tasting Room

The house of Philipponnat’s single-vineyard Clos des Goisses bottling is unquestionably one of the great Champagnes of the world.

READ MORE
Tasting Room

How Marcelo Retamal is remaking De Martino wines.

READ MORE
Tasting Room

The holidays are racing toward us like a turkey being chased by a farmer with a hatchet, so it’s time to start thinking about holiday wines.

READ MORE
Tasting Room

One of Italy's greatest red wines, Le Macchiole’s Paleo Rosso, is made entirely from Cabernet Franc.

READ MORE
Tasting Room

For the past couple of years, folks in the wine business have been bandying about the term “unicorn wine.” It’s become a term of art within the biz for an elusive, rare, extraordinary wine—the sort of bottle you hope to see and rarely do.

READ MORE
Tasting Room

Recently I sat down with Joel Peterson, founder and longtime winemaker of Ravenswood Winery, to taste through the winery’s new single-vineyard releases and chat a bit about Zinfandel in general.

READ MORE

Sites We Like