We talk to second, third, and fourth-generation winemakers, and hear how they are keeping their family legacies alive. Plus, the "Indiana Jones of Ancient Ales, Wines, and Extreme Beverages” talks about how far back wine's lineage really goes.
We’ll hear from winemakers working to quench your summer thirst, including one you music fans may very well recognize. Plus, we’ll meet a former London telecom executive who’s living his dream of making wines in France. And we’ll talk with an innovator who's changing the way we consume wine on-the-go.
What does it take to become a certified sommelier, or a Master of Wine? We’ll get tips from some pros. Also, it’s no secret that the Master of Wine exam is notoriously difficult. We'll hear from one M-W who wasn't sure she'd pass the test.
We’ll bring you a medley of stories from the world of wine, and beyond. We’ll meet the tattoo artist who’s making his mark as a vintner. We’ll hear what it’s like to work the wine beat when you’re a mom-to-be. And if you fancy a cocktail made with shrubs or bitters, we’ll meet some of the artisans who handcraft these must-have ingredients.
With Earth Day around the corner, we’re paying tribute to the planet with a look at natural and eco-friendly wines. We’ll learn how one of those bottles goes from the winery to your table. Plus, the innovators working to conserve water in the wine and beer industries.
Just one-percent of the world’s surface is covered in volcanic soil, but more and more vineyards are cropping up on this ash-enriched earth. We’ll meet the man who’s heating up the volcanic-wine movement with an exciting annual event. We’ll find out why it isn’t just volcanic wine’s soil that’s complex. And we’ll hear from some of the most celebrated producers in this burgeoning wine movement.
In the second of our two-part series, we'll take you to the annual Women of the Vine and Spirits Global Symposium in NAPA. We’ll hear how women are working to change the face of the wine and spirits industry. We’ll meet the creator of the first luxury-spirits brand aimed at “the successful woman.” And we’ll talk with a man working to engage other men in empowering women as leaders.
It’s National Women’s History Month, and in the first of our two-part series, we’re raising a glass to female trailblazers in the winemaking world, like the pioneer who headed both winemaking and business in the early days of a now-legendary California winery. Plus, getting up close and personal with the first black female vintner in South Africa. And, can’t get enough Willamette Valley Pinot Noir? We’ll hear from the Oregon native who’s been helming an award-winning cellar in the region for over a decade.
Craft distilleries are on the rise in the United States. This week, we’ll raise a glass to the Americans behind those small-batch stills: Like the whiskey master whose wizardry is changing the face and taste of American single malts. Plus, we’ll meet the team behind a brand new artisanal vodka with a twist. And we’ll hear from U.S. Army veterans on a mission: to make world-class bourbon.
With Valentine's Day around the corner, we're pouring a big glass of love and desire with a side of chemistry. Looking to wow your date with the perfect wine order? We ask wine pros for their do's and don'ts. We dish with famed sexologist Pepper Schwartz about edible aphrodisiacs. Plus, a crash course in the chemistry of cocktails.
We’ll sip our way around the globe, with wine-fueled stops on three different continents. We’ll visit Cape Town and meet a sommelier and winemaker on a mission. Plus, we’ll get down and dirty with the Mosel Riesling harvest in Germany. And, after wildfires raged through northern California last fall, we’ll hear about an all-hands-on-deck effort to Rebuild Wine Country.
New year… new format! We’re kicking off 2018 with an excitingly different taste and feel, as we take a look at wine and wellness. Hitting the mat, and pouring a glass: we talk with the founder of New York’s Yoga Unwined about the intersection of vinyasa and vino. A renowned Master of Wine talks about taking his last drink, and continuing a career in the industry. And, if a little detox is among your New Year’s resolutions, we’ll show you how to do it stylishly and deliciously - with mocktails.
Wine Enthusiast’s Food Editor, Nils Bernstein, heads to Seattle, Washington—one of the country’s seafood capitals—to talk to representatives of Penn Cove Shellfish and Seatown Seabar about how the ocean's terroir affects the delicacies of the sea.
In this episode, we sit down with New York City mixologist Jane Danger and Wine Enthusiast spirits editor Kara Newman to learn how bartenders serve up drinks based on your mood. Plus, clinical psychologist Matthew Del Giudice reveals what your drink choice really says about your personality.