Whether the method is traditional or pet-nat, whether it’s wine or cider or beer, there’s always an excuse to open a bottle of bubbles.
For decades, champagne was synonymous with big houses and big brands. Today, it’s easier than ever to find wine made by the farmers who grow the grapes. Below are some of our favorite champagnes made by the people in the vineyard..
Whether grown on the Atlantic or the Mediterranean, the Adriatic or the Aegean, wines of the coast share a freshness, saltiness, and bright acidity. Not just delicious by themselves, they’ll will continue to show more nuance with food.
The perfect balance of textural weight and freshness, from some of the most classic winegrowing regions in France.
Long stereotyped as alcoholic and oaky, producers in places California, Australia, and South Africa are showing us a livelier side to New World whites, made from an eclectic range of grape varieties.
In between red and white, there’s a whole rainbow of color and flavor. Whether salmon-colored or amber, electric pink, or dark gold, these are wines that share an unparalleled flexibility with food and can be enjoyed in any season.
Passetoutgrain is a blend of Gamay and Pinot Noir found in Burgundy. Traditionally, passtoutgrain was the wine made to reward the helpers who picked the grapes. Here we have chosen some of our favorites to reward you, the picker.
A smorgasborg of indigenous grapes in a multitude of languages, there’s an incredible diversity to the wines of this part of the world. What they have in common is a structured, savory quality that calls for food and good company.
From their home outside of Avignon, the 13 (or 18, depending on who’s counting) grape varieties of Chateauneuf have spread throughout the wine world. Whether they’re named Shiraz or Syrah, Mouvredre or Mataro, here are a few rich, spicy favorites.
Fancy yourself some older wine? Tea aged in dried tangerines? Fancy Sake? Here we have tried to find something extraordinary for you drink at the beginning, middle, or end of your meal.
Fancy yourself some older wine? White wines aged on thier skins? 3 liters of beaujolais? Here we have tried to find something extraordinary for you to drink at the beginning, middle, or end of your meal.
So, you made it to the end. Below is a collection of wines to either pair with dessert or enjoyed by themselves. There are pink peppercorns on the dessert...