On the last weekend in April, wine lovers in New York have the opportunity to attend the wine tasting event of the year–really, it’s just too good to pass up. Unfortunately, I myself cannot attend, so please can you go and I’ll live vicariously through you? We’re talking about Wines on Wheels, an annual event… Continue reading Don’t Miss Wines On Wheels, An Incredible NYC Tasting Event
I wrote for Vogue.com about six lesser-known wine regions that are definitely worth diving into. Read the story here. Cheers!
Fall’s crisp weather makes me thirsty for really great wine–and I don’t mean expensive, fancy wine. Just drinkable, tasty juice that I know will pair well with excellent food and company. I’m sure you feel the same way. That’s why I asked the good people of San Francisco and New York’s sommelier worlds to chime… Continue reading What To Drink This Fall, My Latest In Vogue
Happy early fall! The best season of year, at least here in New York. I’m back from travels in Champagne and South Africa, and while the jet-lag is strong, I’m diving into my notes and getting to work on stories. While I was away, my two-part series on wine industry jobs was published on VinePair:… Continue reading Latest Writings: How To Get Into The Somm / Wine Sales Professions
Recently, the wine writer Stuart Pigott (his bio says “wine journalist,” but I see no evidence of such, in that a journalist provides actual balanced evidence from named sources to support a story) penned a series called “The Rise Of The Hipster Somm” (ugh, yes, I know—people do still use the word “hipster”) for… Continue reading A Brief Response To A Heinously Unprofessional Piece Of Wine Writing