Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Tasting Room

Single? In a relationship? Not entirely sure? Regardless, we've got suggestions for what you should be opening this Valentine's Day.

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Tasting Room

Doug Bell oversees all of the wine, beer and spirits buying for Whole Foods. Here are his thoughts on what 2016 will bring for wine in the U.S.

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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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Expert Guide

Almost any time you’re pairing wine with chicken, you want to start by thinking about the sauce. Here, a few types of wines to try with different types of chicken stew. 

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Wine

The wines we truly love and the wines we can easily afford are often (unfortunately) two different things. Here, five of F&W’s 2015 Sommeliers of the Year reveal which wines they wish they could drink every day. (Surprise: They love Champagne.)

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Where To Go Next

Wine pro Alex Halberstadt makes a journey from Brooklyn to the rapidly transforming city of Nantes, where he discovers sensational Muscadet, serious chefs and surprising art.

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Wine Talk

Carlton McCoy grew up in what used to be the murder capital of America; today, he oversees one of the country’s most rarefied wine lists. Here’s how he did it—and the age-worthy bottles that are his life’s work.


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Tasting Room

Here's a great approach to hosting a blind-tasting wine party with friends. 

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Bottle Service

The old-school wines from the Jura region in France are seemingly on every cutting-edge wine list.

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Wine

Here, F&W's 2015 Sommeliers of the Year share the wines that hold the most sentimental value for them.

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