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Our Favorite Food and Wine Pairings for Fall

Our Favorite Food and Wine Pairings for Fall

Fall is officially here—you can feel it in the crisp air and see it in the changing colors of the leaves and the arrival of colorful produce at your local farmer’s market. For those who love to entertain, it’s one of the best times of the year to bring together friends and family over meals […]

Caroline Mercier

Caroline Mercier

Sept 23, 2021|3 mins read
If You like This, Drink That: Alternative Wines to Try

If You like This, Drink That: Alternative Wines to Try

From time to time we all get stuck in a wine rut, reaching for the same tried-and-true Chardonnay whenever we’re thirsty. There’s nothing wrong with having favorites, of course. But if your cellar is getting a bit stale, allow us to pry that beloved bottle from your grasp and replace it with something that’ll excite […]

Danielle Sovereign

Danielle Sovereign

Sept 10, 2021|3 mins read
First Look: One White Street, New York

First Look: One White Street, New York

In New York City, bold new dining concepts are a dime a dozen, so it takes a lot to catch our attention. All-star talent, superb food and wine, and stellar design are easy ways to win points—and the month-old One White Street delivers on all three. What excites us the most about the Tribeca newcomer, […]

Siobhan Reid

Siobhan Reid

Sept 08, 2021|2 mins read
The Best Wines to Drink as the Seasons Change

The Best Wines to Drink as the Seasons Change

As the weather starts to turn chilly, it’s almost inevitable you’ll start craving different wines. There’s no need to adhere to any strict rules about what to drink at a particular time of year—you should always drink what you like—but most of us naturally begin to gravitate towards different bottles as the seasons change. Just […]

Nicole Ruiz Hudson

Nicole Ruiz Hudson

Aug 24, 2021|3 mins read
Is Rosé a Serious Wine?

Is Rosé a Serious Wine?

Years after being dubbed a Pantone color of the year, millennial pink shows no signs of slowing down. The soft pastel shade is everywhere, not least in our wine glasses. From 2010 to 2020, the sales of rosé in the U.S. increased by a whopping 1,433%, and in France rosé has achieved 30% market share. […]

Hannah Rose

Hannah Rose

Aug 19, 2021|2 mins read
Busting Common Myths About Rosé Wine

Busting Common Myths About Rosé Wine

For all its carefree, summery connotations, rosé is actually quite a serious wine. The complex yet gluggable wine dates back 2,500 years, when the Phocaeans brought grapevines to the South of France. Today, one out of every three bottles sold in France is rosé and the pink-hued wine consistently outsells white wine in French supermarkets. […]

Siobhan Reid

Siobhan Reid

Aug 06, 2021|2 mins read
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