F&W’s Ultimate Tasting & Travel Guide
Our editors search constantly for the most exciting wine and food experiences.
Here, Napa’s most spectacular tasting rooms, from a subterranean space built with 19th century bricks to a gorgeous winery 2,000 feet above the valley floor.
Bordeaux has an affordable side, says F&W’s Ray Isle, who explores its most intriguing wineries, restaurants and hotels.
F&W’s Ray Isle competes with Italian-wine pro Joe Bastianich to see who can pick the best bottles for $15 or less. The arbiter: Joe’s mother, star chef Lidia Bastianich.
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