Decanting 101: Why Your Wine Needs Some Air

Decanting 101: Why Your Wine Needs Some Air

- Katie Delaney - Drink

Like choosing your glassware, decanting a wine is one of the many variables that can affect your enjoyment of wine. Wines that are older or unfiltered can sometimes benefit from a little time in a decanter before drinking them to get rid of the sediment and/or to soften the tannins.. Read more
A Winemaker's Journey to Burning Man, Creating a Wine Bar in the Desert
A Perfect Wine Pairing Thanksgiving Menu

A Perfect Wine Pairing Thanksgiving Menu

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You've got the wine, now it's time to make the grub. Whether it's your first time cooking a turkey or you have this holiday planned out better than Martha Stewart, preparing for your Thanksgiving feast can be a stressful affair.. Read more
Field Notes: Club W's Adventures In France
Cocktail Corner: Halloween Edition

Cocktail Corner: Halloween Edition

- - Drink

For this edition of Cocktail Corner, we are bringing you some Halloween-inspired cocktails complete with wine, eyeballs, and gummy worms. It's the perfect recipe for a spooky and entertaining Halloween party.. Read more
Crisper Whites for Crisper Weather

Crisper Whites for Crisper Weather

- Charlotte Chipperfield - Drink

Just because the weather starts to cool down and winter hats start to re-emerge doesn’t mean we need to pack away our white wine glasses. Colder weather shouldn’t require committing solely to rich Malbecs, fireside, (although, that is nice too). White wine has its place in the fall.. Read more
Wine Label Decoder: Getting Past The Jibberish

Wine Label Decoder: Getting Past The Jibberish

- Katie Delaney - Drink

Looking at a wine label in English can be mind-boggling enough, much less in another language. Stumble in the German wine section at the store and all hope is lost. Words like “Gutsabfüllung” and “trockenbeerenauslesen” are liable to make the brain turn off entirely.. Read more