This wine is Italy's answer to Côtes du Rhône. It comes from the uncelebrated region of Basilicata, which is located in the arch of the boot of Italy.
Bird-booze lovers take note: Recent news has revealed that Napa Valley producer Duckhorn Vineyards has gotten in a snit and is suing the makers of Duck Dynasty’s Duck Commander wines. Here, other bird-bedecked wines.
Whole fish might seem daunting, but it's cheap, healthier and very hard to overcook. Here, a brilliantly easy and healthy recipe for snapper or striped bass.
Bad wine can often be traced back to a tainted cork. You can avoid that issue altogether by shopping for good screw cap wines.
If a wine doesn't taste good, there might actually be a problem with it.
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.
Italy's Piedmont region is known for complex Nebbiolo and juicy Dolcetto, but this bottling makes a strong case for the obscure Ruché grape.
Brawny reds are customary in cold weather, but it's tough to make it through a whole season on one style of wine. Thankfully, there are plenty of other options.
Wine expert Noel Sherr reveals his favorite bottle costing less than $17. This selection is a lesser-known grape that makes light, perfumy reds.
This chili is dead simple—it’s really just spiced black beans that are delicious served with brown rice or corn bread or even half of a roasted sweet potato.