Wine experts are experts for a reason—they drink a lot of wine. Here, a snapshot of the bottles that some of F&W's favorite winos cracked into recently.
Here, the best foods to pair with light-bodied white wines like Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscadet, Albarino, Gruner Veltliner and Vinho Verde.
Make your own wine at five incredible wineries, like eco-friendly Judd's Hill in Napa Valley and Northstar in Walla Walla, Washington.
Wine blending experts from Judd's Hill explain how to create your own wine at home, from selecting the type of grape to mixing different tannin levels.
F&W's Ray Isle talks to former Screaming Eagle winery co-owner Charles Banks. Find out why he's so excited about South African wine.
For F&W's simplest pairing guide ever, we placed wines into five basic categories. Here's what to pair with all kinds of sparkling whites.
Having spent most of his career focusing on wines from Burgundy, France, master sommelier 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.
"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.