Dometic’s new DrawBar wine cooler chills five bottles in a standard-sized kitchen drawer.
Forget checks and fancy cookware.
Master Sommelier-approved wines, minus the abstract flavor descriptors.
Think you hate oaked Chardonnay? Or love the toasty notes that oak imparts?
Growing Pinot Noir in Napa Valley is like growing apples in Puerto Rico.
New Zealand’s 11 wine regions are growing in popularity; wine is now the country’s sixth-largest export.
Cameron Douglas is a Kiwi who knows good wine.
How does wine get its color, texture, sugar, acid and — uh — other things?
At long last, New York’s Finger Lakes wine region is gaining recognition, both nationally and abroad.
Taylor Fladgate, one of the council of elders in the Port world, released a 50-year-old tawny port in 2014.