The Little Nell's young new wine director shares his favorite wine regions and his plans for the Aspen hotel's celebrated wine program.
Paz, the sole female sommelier of a three-star in France, has been blessing the Pic group with her extraordinary nose and palate since March 2018.
Bladnoch is Scotland’s oldest private distillery. After operating for the past 200 years in the Lowlands in the south, it nearly disappeared – until a young Australian entrepreneur, David Prior, fell in love with it and decided to give it new life.
Trockenbeerenauslese or Ruster Ausbruch, their names may be unpronounceable but their taste is unforgettable. These sweet wines, from vineyards in eastern Austria, are mentioned in historic texts dating back to 1525. Half a century before the Tokaji wines of neighboring Hungary.
The sommelier Kevin Piedoie proposes refreshing pairings that bring out the beauty of local products.
An hour's drive from Biarritz, Martin Berasategui, the Spanish Basque chef - three Michelin stars, meets with his young staff in the open kitchen of his restaurant in Lasarte-Oria, an autonomous community of the Basque Country.
Making up the Tealands in the East are China, Sri Lanka and India, the ancient lands that gave birth to tea as we know it.
As much as there are the oenologists, whiskey connoisseurs, gin enthusiasts and health juice fanatics, there too are the tea devotees. Discover more about this special plant on a trail through the tealands.
The leisurely act of drinking should by no means be withheld from someone simply because they do not “drink”. In fact, the act is being wholly revolutionized precisely because of these individuals.
A well-known name in the wine world, Master Sommelier Carlton McCoy explains why the “who” matters more than the “when” when it comes to uncorking certain wines, and shares his thoughts on the rise of bio-dynamic viticulture and why you shouldn’t bother with trends.