Alicante Bouschet is an obscure grape although it was widely planted in the U.S during prohibition and has some acreage today in the South of
In one sense, the United States drinks a lot of wine. Last spring we passed France as the largest wine consuming country in the world.
Esquire’s “Eat Like a Man” blog features John Mariani confidently contending that cooking is a craft, never an art. Thus, imagination and creativity go into
Bernardo Winery, San Diego’s oldest operating winery, anchors a charming village of shops, cafes, and galleries. But their 2009 Primativo wins the charm competition. DNA
Food scientists have long insisted that there are only four basic tastes—sweet, salt, sour, and bitter—which correspond to what was thought to be four types
Calvin Trillin has a very funny article in Slate in which we learn that wine geeks figure prominently on an index of some importance: The