Where To Drink Wine In Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone

With so many options and so little time to hit them all, here is a guide for finding the best places to taste wine in the Funk Zone of Santa Barbara.

The People Behind Skinner Vineyards: A Winery To Watch

More and more people are starting to take notice of El Dorado Hills as a winemaking region and especially the wines coming from Skinner Vineyards.

What Are Wine "Legs"

Have you ever heard someone say, "Check out the legs on that wine." They don't actually tell you anything about the quality of the wine.

Harvest In Spain: Beer & Chorizo at 10am

Tastemaker Michele D’Aprix takes us along on her yearly trip to Spain before harvest starts in Bordeaux.

Wine Workshop: How to Make Picture Frames

An easy D.I.Y. on how to make picture frames from your leftover Club W boxes!

8 Clubs to Start With Your Friends Besides a Book Club

Book club and wine go hand in hand. But why not mix it up? Here are 8 clubs to start with your friends (and keep the wine flowin') besides the traditional book club!

Tastemaker Picks - One Wine For the Rest of Your Life?

If you could only drink one wine for the rest of your life, what would it be? Our trusted tastemakers answered this question and told us why!

Potter Valley's Pioneer: An Interview with Guinness McFadden

Guinness McFadden is Club W's newest winemaker parter and the winemaker behind the 2014 New Native Riesling.

Cheers To America's New Dietary Guidelines With 5 Bold Reds

The new dietary guidelines are going to ease up on the previously demonized cholesterol. What does that mean to us?!?!

4 Things You Need To Know About Cooking With Wine

There are a lot of benefits to cooking with wine. Here is a super simple pasta recipe using white wine.

Trendspotting: White Zin Is Back & Better Than Ever

Pink, sweet, and often served as a spritzer, poor White Zin has always had an image problem.

The Hottest California Region Right Now: A Guide to Santa Barbara's AVAs

This diverse region is located between mountain ranges that run east to west, creating somewhat of a funnel for cool, maritime influences to roll into the valley.